Floward signs MoU with Qatar Charity

Floward, an online flowers and gifts delivery destination in MENA and UK, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Qatar Charity (QC) in order to participate in the social responsibility programs and initiatives carried by QC. The signing ceremony was held at QC’s Headquarters and was attended by Floward CEO, Abdulaziz B. al-Loughani, the Assistant CEO of the Resources and Media Development Sector at Qatar Charity, Ahmed Yousef Fakhroo, and other executives from both parties.

The MoU includes Floward's contribution to Qatar Charity's seasonal campaigns, such as the Winter Clothing campaign, Ramadan campaign, and others, and donating a certain percentage of the profits to contribute to one of the campaigns carried out by QC. 

Abdulaziz B al-Loughani, CEO of Floward, said: “Social responsibility and community outreach campaigns are at the heart of Floward’s strategy, and we always seek to support our communities by partnering with leading humanitarian organizations. We’d like to thank Qatar Charity for the good work they do and for giving us the space to play a role in helping and developing our communities through this partnership.”

Ahmad Yousef Fakhroo, CEO's assistant for the Resources Development and Media sector at Qatar Charity, welcomed the signing of this agreement, expressing his pride in the partnership with Floward. He also hopes that the agreement will achieve its humanitarian goals.

He added that Qatar Charity seeks to expand cooperation with organizations, bodies, and initiatives in the country to implement social responsibility programs, affirming Qatar Charity's keenness to get all involved in humanitarian work and instill a sense of cooperation, collaboration, and solidarity among individuals for the community service.

Read the complete article at www.gulf-times.com.

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