QRCS says will continue Ramadan charity campaign despite difficult circumstancesAdmin
QRCS says will continue Ramadan charity campaign despite difficult circumstances
QRCS says will continue Ramadan charity campaign despite difficult circumstances QNADohaSecretary-General of Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) Ali bin Hassan Al Hammadi stressed that preparations in place for the Ramadan charity campaign.He noted that QRCS launched the campaign more than 18 years ago, and will continue to deliver despite the difficult circumstances related to COVID-19. He added that the organization provided a wide range of services inside and outside the State of Qatar worth QR60 million for more than a million people. Some of those projects included iftar meals, clothes for Al Eid, Zakat as well as developmental projects that take place during the holy month and after it.Al Hammadi discussed in a press statement the efforts of QRCS’ efforts amidst the coronavirus epidemic in terms of serving the people. He stressed that the organization is more determined than ever to complete their Ramadan projects. He said that they plan to carry out projects in 22 countries, where they will help the poor of all races and ethnicities. He added that this year’s campaign will have more than 200 projects inside and outside Qatar that aim to support sustainable development efforts.He noted that the projects will target needy families and migrant workers affected by the coronavirus crisis, as its Humanitarian Services Fund provides more than 6,000 food baskets to families registered with the social assistance programs. It also has 1,500 food baskets that it will distribute to workers using modern technologies, and stressed that the top priority will be to implementing the precautionary measures. There is also a hotline dedicated to receiving requests regarding food support.He said that the only change to charitable work this Ramadan was not organizing tents to hold iftar for people in need. Instead, Qatar Red Crescent Society distributed food meals to workers before the sunset prayer.Al Hammadi said that people in Qatari are committed to doing good deeds and charitable work, which is why they don’t hesitate to donate money regardless of the conditions. The Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities has also contributed to Qatar Red Crescent Society support, by providing the facilities and licenses necessary to launch the organization’s humanitarian projects since the beginning of the response to the coronavirus. He also noted that the Qatar Red Crescent Society have provided different means for making donations.