For the second year in a row, Vodafone Qatar and Hifz Al Naema Social Centre came together to distribute Ramadan food baskets that benefited more than 200 families in need.
The baskets were delivered by Vodafone Qatar’s head of public sector, Mohamed al-Yafei, and the company’s brand ambassador, Ali bin Towar al-Kuwari.
The baskets contain essentials such as chicken, rice, pasta, lentils, and milk and include enough food to feed an entire family throughout the holy month.
In parallel, Vodafone Qatar and Hifz Al Naema will use their social media channels to raise awareness about food waste, a major issue in Qatar.
The initiative is being organised as part of Vodafone Qatar’s broad-ranging corporate social responsibility programme during the holy month under the banner of its Ramadan campaign, #ShukranFromTheHeart, the company has said in a statement.
Al-Yafei said: “We’re proud to once again partner with Hifz Al Naema to share our blessings during the holy month. Hifz Al Naema is doing incredible work to identify and help those less fortunate, so it’s important that the private and public sectors support their honourable mission.”
Youssef al-Khulaifi, manager of Hifz Al Naema, said the food basket project is one of the centre’s Ramadan initiatives designed to provide support to families that have registered.
He also praised Vodafone for its support for the second year in row, emphasising that Hifz Al Naema welcomes partnerships and collaborations of all kinds with companies and government institutions.
This reflects the level of commitment to corporate social responsibility required from organisations to help realise Qatar National Vision 2030.
Hifz Al Naema is a social awareness centre that utilises, rationalises, and recycles the resources available to society in the best way possible.
The centre offers its services to those in need and raises awareness about food waste in Qatar.
Hifz Al Naema was launched in 2008 as a community initiative and opened the first food bank in Qatar.
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