Food brings everyone together!
As part of the QR1 donation
initiative, the region’s leading food & grocery delivery portal Talabat has
confirmed the distribution of 10,000 meals to in-serving communities in
partnership with Qatar Charity (QC).
QR1 was donated to Qatar
Charity for each food order made via the Talabat app. In order to remain home
and keep healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic, consumers were urged to buy
their food digitally. Approximately 10,000 food packages were donated.
The Qatar Charity director
of customer support, Abdulaziz Jassim Haji, asserted that the initiative has
effectively guided people to sit at home and genuinely create a difference for
“We would like to thank Talabat Qatar for
addressing our cause creatively. During this period, it is important for the
community to gather their efforts and support those in need. This has been a challenging Ramadan and
Covid-19 period for a number of families and individuals and the QR1 campaign
successfully provided them with the support required,” Abdulaziz Jassim Haji
De Souza, Talabat Qatar’s Managing Director, is proud of the efforts of the
people of Qatar throughout the Covid-19 period.
“I’m glad to see the community pulling
together through our platform to provide the support many require during this
pandemic. For every order made by our customers, they’ve supported someone in
need. Talabat Qatar will continue to look at ways to creatively support the
local community as it did through the QR1 campaign with Qatar Charity. I would
like to thank Qatar Charity for their astounding efforts in addressing
important causes across the country, which we’re proud of playing a role in
making this happen. Talabat is always on the lookout to help the local
community and aims to make a difference – despite the distance,” De Souza said.
Throughout the Covid-19
phase, Talabat has been effective in catering to the needs of the city,
maintaining the health and well-being of customers and drivers through
protected distribution policies, empowering restaurant partners, and local