Arab International Academy offers 300 different gifts to QRCS

  • 6 months   ago
Arab International Academy has givens 300 boxes of different gives to Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) as solidarity donation as part of the ‘Draw a Smile’ initiative. Students under the supervision of the administration of the Academy have taken part in offering the total amount of money allocated to the process of buying and preparing the gifts. 
 
All that is processing in order to provide the gifts to the children who are physically unwell especially those with health files in Patient Support Fund, which is supervised by the social welfare department, from volunteering and local development sector in QRCS.
 
In relation to the process of giving away the gifts, in the presence of a representative from Arab International Academy, QRCS has given various gifts including many types of toys, to the unwell children within the patient’s Aid Fund, with the aim of contributing a smile on their faces and bringing joy to their hearts, particularly on these blessed days of the holy month of Ramadan.
 
 
An overall total of 100 gifts have been sent to Hamad Hospital to be given by the end of the current week to the children. At this moment, QRCS will not be able to manage the operation in attendance, in light of the precautionary measures imposed in the country to curb the cases of the ongoing pandemic. 
The gifts given out will be implemented by Hamad Hospital’s administration, to make sure the safety and protection of the children is put first.
 
Muna Fadel Al Sulaiti, executive director of volunteer and local development sector at Qatar Red Crescent Society said: “We value this initiative from Arab International academy, which aims to relieve a very important part of society, the patient children," said 
 
"The contribution of students to this wonderful gesture, contains a beautiful message that these sick children  are not alone, and behind the walls of hospitals and houses,” she added.
 
Mooza Al Kuari, head of community development in the volunteer and local development sector, has assured that the process of receiving and giving of the gifts is being implementing in line with precautionary measures of limiting the spread of Covid-19.
 
Al Kuari said that, “All packages are sterilised before being delivered to beneficiaries, at the QRCS headquarters or Hamad hospital or other parts”, said Mooza. 
 
She lauded the efforts taken by the Arab International Academy and its noble humanitarian gesture, which enshrines the values of solidarity and social cooperation, particularly on the eve of the eve of Eid Al Fitr.
 
The initiative ‘Draw a Smile’ is implemented in joint partnership between QRCS and Arab International Academy, within the program ‘Who revived it’, which is related with offering students with various types of support by organising different workshops, and training courses in many areas such us first aid, psychological support and health education.

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