Qatar Charity, Tamouh for Community Development, and the logistics partner, Qatar Voluntary Center, launched the third edition of the Ramadan programme. "Let’s trace it"With the participation of more than 30 male participants, and pioneers of educational work. The program, which runs until April 15, seeks to benefit from the holy month in spreading and promoting the noble morals and good deeds inherited from the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, by organizing and designing educational activities emanating from the hadiths of the Prophet in a creative and entertaining way, and promoting the concept of volunteering and applying its goals. From the Sunnah of the Prophet and the hadiths. For the second time in a row, the program was supported by a constellation of sponsors and supporters, most notably: Al Kaaban Youth Center, My Farm, World of Dates, and Perfume Factory, where sponsors and supporters seek to participate and play a key role in community development.
The participants were distributed into groups, and they were introduced to the program’s activities, competition conditions, and evaluation criteria. They also participated in distributing breakfast meals to fasting people in a number of regions in the country, to enhance their sense of social responsibility, in addition to their participation in group breakfasts, holding congregational prayers, and introducing them to the Wirds. In addition to many competitions and training workshops, the winning team will be selected at the end of the program in order to encourage the spirit of competition.
In this context, Mrs. Fatima Al-Mohannadi, Head of the Volunteering and Initiatives Department at Qatar Charity, expressed, in statements, her happiness with the launch of the third edition of the program, which comes as part of the activities and programs organized by the Izdihar Incubator for Initiatives and Volunteering, with the aim of investing the holy month in promoting concepts that are closely related to It is closely related to our Islamic and Arab culture, stressing Qatar Charity’s keenness to cooperate and partner with all parties in implementing humanitarian programs and projects that enhance the concept, values and ethics of volunteering on all segments of society, especially tomorrow’s child volunteers. For her part, Mrs. Fatima Al-Taweel, General Manager of Tamouh for Community Development, indicated, in similar statements, that the program “Let’s Trace It 3” comes out of belief in the importance of interactive religious programs during the blessed month of Ramadan, and the extent of their positive impact on our participating children, as it provides them with the opportunity To learn and know the biography of the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and to follow his Sunnah of words and deeds and apply them in their lives, in addition to promoting good morals, love of good deeds, and keenness to cultivate a culture of volunteer work, expressing her thanks and appreciation to all sponsors and supporters for their effective annual contribution to the establishment and success of this program.
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