QC and QAD provides food to families affected by pandemic

  • 6 months   ago
Qatar Charity (QC), in coordination with Qatar Academy Doha (QAD) of Qatar Foundation, once again provides food supplies to 500 foreign families that were worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. This was implemented with the attendance of various QAD students and graduates.
Farid al-Siddiqi, head of the Local Projects section at QC, lauded QAD for its hard work that focused in alleviating the suffering of families with low income, especially during the holy month of Ramadan, the season of giving and multiplying rewards. He also appreciated QAD’s annual project that focuses in getting QAD’s students involved in community service and humanitarian work.
He conveyed his gratitude towards QAD management and students for their involvement in making this project a huge sucess, stressing that QC, since the outbreak of the deadly epidemic, has been working to provide essentialities to limiting the humanitarian effects of the pandemic in collaboration with various bodies in Qatar. He also mentioned that QC offered food, health and awareness-raising assistance for the benefit of poor families and workers in the country.
Rola Abu Ramadan, an Arabic language teacher at QAD, expressed his thanks to Qatar Charity, stating that QAD’s students have been implementing this project for 16 years annually. She said that QC always are constant in supporting QAD’s charitable project. Abu Ramadan emphasised that the project aims to achieve numerous goals such as instilling the value of helping others in students, calling out to them in order to take part in different voluntary and community activities, and encouraging them to give and support those who are vulnerable and are in need.