54,000 people benefit from Qatar Charity’s ‘Mobile Iftar’ project


Qatar Charity (QC), with the support of Doha Bank and Commercial Bank, continues to implement its “Mobile Iftar’ project to benefit 54,000 fasting people in Ramadan.


The ‘Mobile Ifar’ project includes Iftar snacks for those, who are at traffic signals and unable to reach home before the Adhaan of Magribh. The Ifar snacks are distributed on the various roads of Doha, Al Wakrah, and Al Khor, in addition to distributing at stations, roundabouts, and traffic lights.


The project aims to promote the values of solidarity among the different sections of the community, and provide Iftar meals to those, who are unable to reach home before the sunset.


The Iftar meals are distributed by many volunteers as part of Qatar Charity’s efforts to get involved young people into volunteer work.


The project, which seeks to provide Iftar meals to the fasting persons passing on the road, contributes to reducing the high speed of vehicles to reach homes for breaking the fast. The project works on spreading the values of solidarity and compassion, and enables benefactors to earn the reward for breaking the fast.


It is worth mentioning that Qatar Charity is implementing a variety of projects within the country this year, which include mobile Iftar for workers and those, who are unable to reach home before the sunset, Iftar meals for expatriates, and Ramadan supplies, in addition to the ‘From Home to Home’ project, under which, the Iftar meals are prepared by Qatari families, and distributed to families with limited income through volunteers.


Source: Qatar Charity