Following Ramadan 1442 A.H., the Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) and Ansar Gallery signed an agreement to cooperate on humanitarian projects to sustain the community.
Eng. Ibrahim Abdullah Al Malki, CEO of QRCS, and Mohamed Khaldoun Al Mulqi, Deputy General Manager, signed the agreements.
As per the agenda, the involved sides will partner to carry out the Ramadan Provisions programme, which includes providing prepaid vouchers to low-income households enrolled with QRCS’s social assistance services. They can use these coupons to buy food and household goods at any Ansar Gallery location across the country. This will make it easier for the beneficiaries to ensure their food and living needs in the holy month of Ramadan.
Dr. Ali Akbar Sheikh, Chairman of Ansar Gallery, and Hussein Saadat, CEO of the company, sent greetings via Al Mulqi. With its prestigious status as an ‘investor in giving,’ he lauded QRCS as a landmark in local and international humanitarian action.
“We already have ties with QRCS, supplying local assistance items,” said AlMulqi, adding, “We have donated two walk-through sanitation gates as a complimentary gift to QRCS.”
Eng. Al Malki, though supporting the collaboration with Ansar Gallery, shared his expectation that the relationship would continue beyond Ramadan to encompass the wide variety of social and humanitarian projects carried out by QRCS. He spoke of the increased scope for collaboration in delivering overseas humanitarian assistance, which was stimulated by the values of international partnership and corporate social responsibility (CSR).
The signing ceremony was attended by Muna Fadel Al Sulaiti, Executive Director of Volunteering and Local Development Division at QRCS; Hussein Ahmed Mahdi, Assistant General Manager at Ansar Gallery; Hamed Afifi, PR Manager, and Mahmoud Mahrous, Outdoor Sales Executive.