As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, focused on benefiting the society, Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) is sponsoring Qatar Charity’s project to distribute food baskets to families and workers with limited incomes during these difficult times.
Mashaal Abdulaziz Al Derham, Assistant General Manager for Corporate Communications & Quality Assurance at QIB, commented: “Ramadan is the month of giving, generosity, solidarity, and tolerance. We are extremely pleased that our partnership with Qatar Charity helps families and workers with limited incomes in our society receive food baskets, based on the government’s health instructions, amid the current COVID-19 pandemic.”
Mohamed Rashid Al Kaabi, Assistant CEO for Communication and Resource Development Sector at Qatar Charity thanked Qatar Islamic Bank for its support towards charitable programs and projects, which reflects their keenness to provide help within the framework of their social responsibility and humanitarian work. He said: “Collaboration between all sectors in the country is very important, especially during Ramadan and this global pandemic (COVID-19). Qatar Charity, with support, can reach the greatest number of people in need and help them during the Holy Month of Ramadan.”
Supporting low-income members of the society during the blessed month of Ramadan is part of QIB’s CSR program, reflecting the Bank’s adherence to Islamic values and Qatari traditions concerning social solidarity and cohesion. The Bank supports such programs every year as an embodiment of its commitment towards the community.
As a pioneer of Islamic Banking and an active partner providing continuous support to community activities, QIB places social responsibility at the very top of its priorities. This is reflected in substantial contributions for supporting human, health, educational, and sports activities as part of QIB’s social responsibility programs.
Source: Qatar Islamic Bank