Qatar Charity holds social media forum remotely Qatar Charity (QC) held a social media forum remotely, with the participation of several social activists, media figures and Qatar Charity’s officials.
On this occasion, Mr. Youssef bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar Charity, said that Qatar Charity is keen to promote the culture of humanitarian action and raise awareness among people about volunteering activities.
Mr. Mohammed Al-Ghamdi, Assistant CEO for the Governance and Institutional Development Sector, said that Qatar Charity has been carrying out humanitarian activities for a long time to help the poor, the vulnerable, widows and orphans across the world, aiming at providing a dignified life for them.
The Director of Media and Communication at Qatar Charity, Mr. Ahmed Al-Ali, thanked all the supporters of charitable and humanitarian work in Qatar, describing them as the “reason” for turning the pain of many into hopes.
The Director of the Local Development Department, Mr. Jassem Al-Emadi commended the role of volunteers who have played a significant role in supporting humanitarian and charitable work.
As Qatar Charity has created an encouraging environment for women to get involved in humanitarian and charitable fields, Asma Al Hammadi, a journalist, thanked Qatar Charity for giving her the opportunity to gain humanitarian experiences on the ground where she delivered the Qatari assistance to the vulnerable and orphans.
Iman Al-Kaabi, a journalist, said that in all field visits, she tried to alleviate the pain of the vulnerable, seeking to draw smile on the face of children and those in need by delivering the aid of Qatar charity to them.
Abdullah Al-Enezi, a social activist, emphasized that charitable and humanitarian work had a great impact on his personal life.
Muhammad Ghanem Al-Mohannadi, a social activist, said that activists play a prominent role today in delivering the truth within the community, using social media. Dr. Abdul-Rahman Al-Harami, a journalist, said that with the support of the benevolent people in Qatar, the charitable work continues, noting that there are people with compassionate hearts, who are keen to give and help others.
Lawyer Hamad Al-Yafei talked about his experience on the ground, which brings people closer to humanitarian work. He has already participated in some activities , which are held by Qatar Charity in foreign countries.
Sheikh Khaled Abu Moza spoke about his long experience in volunteering work and about his participation in many media programs of Qatar Charity. Abdul Rahman Al-Ashqar, a journalist, talked about his first field visit, when he was a student, within the framework of the “Competitors” program.
Then, he spoke about his another visit, as a journalist after he graduated, underling the importance of charitable work in every stage of life. Journalist Ahmed Abdullah said that charitable work is a field of giving open to everyone. Each one can contribute to it, according to his/her capability by devoting time and donating money.