QRCS, Al-Ahli SC Sign Agreement for Humanitarian Cooperation

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QRCS, Al-Ahli SC Sign Agreement for Humanitarian Cooperation

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) signed today a cooperation agreement with Al-Ahli Sports Club, with a view to supporting humanitarian initiatives in Qatar, exchanging experience, and promoting a culture of voluntary and charitable work among athletes.

The pact was signed by CEO of QRCS Eng. Ibrahim Abdullah Al Malki, and Chairman of Al-Ahli SC Abdullah Yousef Al Mulla.

Commenting on the occasion, Eng. Al Malki said: "This partnership builds on QRCSs endeavors over its four decades, seeking to create a network of strategic relations with government and other organizations in Qatar. We believe in the importance of sharing efforts, ideas, and resources, in pursuit of the ideals of corporate social responsibility (CSR)."

 

"The coronavirus pandemic necessitates concerted efforts from all organizations. As an integral part of the Qatari society, it is our responsibility to have solid relations with different components of society. We share the same concerns and goals of advancing the community and improving individual conditions of living, guided by Qatar National Vision 2030," he added.

For his part, Al Mulla said that he was glad to sign this memorandum of understanding (MoU) with QRCS. "We pay great attention to serving society and its organizations," he stated. "Sports clubs should have an effective role through their community service programs."

He emphasized that Al-Ahli SC is open to sharing all its resources with QRCS to organize any event, noting that this bilateral collaboration have a positive impact on the society through sports, social and other programs.

The purpose of the MoU is to support social assistance programs addressed to poor families, patients, and students, by promoting QRCSs humanitarian projects among Al-Ahlis members and visitors, such as the Ramadan Campaign, as well as putting donation collection boxes around the club premises.

(QNA)

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