Alfardan Group has announced a donation of QAR 300,000 to the Qatar Red Crescent Society to help the citizens of Yemen.
Mr Wael Jamal, Head of Corporate HR, Alfardan Group handed the donation to Mr Saed Shaeen Al Kaabi, Head of Resource Mobilization, Qatar Red Crescent Society; in a private ceremony held recently at Alfardan Towers.
The Qatar Red Crescent Society will use the donated amount to fund its humanitarian work of providing basic amenities such as food and water, clothes, shelter, and medical aid to alleviate the sufferings of the people of Yemen. The philanthropic move by Alfardan Group demonstrates its strong commitment to making valuable contributions towards bringing meaningful changes to the lives of deprived and needy people. Such public welfare activities and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives are deeply embedded in the Group’s corporate culture, reflecting its core values.
Wael Jamal representing Alfardan Group, said: “Alfardan Group has collaborated with the Qatar Red Crescent society with the aim to help support the people of Yemen through our simple contribution. Our hope is to assist in improving the conditions of the people and children there who were caught in Yemen’s civil crisis. As part of the company’s corporate culture it is our civil and humanitarian duty to support similar philanthropic programs with an aim to contribute – even if slightly – in making the world a better place helping the deprived live with dignity and pride.”
“Alfardan has always been at the forefront in supporting such charitable causes as part of the company’s integrated values embedded in the CSR initiatives the company conducts, as part of the main corporate pillars set by the company. We also would like to commend the work undertaken by the Qatar Red Crescent Society for people of Yemen and other areas of the globe; with a special appreciation and thanks to Mr Saed Shaeen Al Kaabi, Head of Resource Mobilization; and Mr Hamid Moharrar, Head of Corporate Mobilization for their usual efforts and collaboration with Alfardan Group for such causes,” he added.