Qatar Charity (QC) has signed a cooperation and partnership agreement with Al Ahli Sports Club to support charitable initiatives and promote humanitarian projects.
This comes as part of the common keenness to strengthen the role of Qatari institutions and bodies in supporting charitable work and utilising sports activities for this noble cause, QC has said in a statement.
This agreement is an affirmation of the continuous active role of Al Ahli Sports Club in supporting Qatar Charity's humanitarian projects and campaigns in Qatar over the past years, as well as it is an assertion of the depth of co-operation between the two sides.
The agreement was signed by Youssef bin Ahmed al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar Charity, and Abdullah Yousef al-Mulla, chairperson of Al Ahli Sports Club.
Al-Kuwari expressed happiness at signing the agreement with Al Ahli Sports Club, emphasising the importance of this partnership between sports activities and volunteers.
He said this agreement comes as part of Qatar Charity's keenness to establish a strategic partnership with national institutions and bodies, promote the principle of social responsibility, develop a culture of voluntary work and take advantage of all capabilities and potentials to support humanitarian programmes and projects.
He also noted that this partnership affirms that the different sections of society have the capacity to give to alleviate the suffering of the affected all over the world, praising the efforts of sportspersons in supporting QC's campaigns and projects. He looked forward to
moving forward in the partnership with Al Ahli Sports Club
Al-Mulla said, "We at Al Ahli Sports Club are happy that there is a partnership and co-operation agreement with one of the most significant charitable organisations on the regional and continental levels to support its great humanitarian efforts."
Al-Mulla added that the club is keen to support social responsibility programmes to promote co-operation in society in a way that serves all its sections, noting the instrumental role of sports clubs in society.
The official emphasised that cooperation and partnership with Qatar Charity are an additional opportunity to contribute to charitable work and social responsibility at the same time.
Al-Mulla extended his thanks and appreciation to al-Kuwari on the renewal of the co-operation agreement with Al Ahli Sports Club, wishing QC success in continuing its charitable and humanitarian programmes within and outside Qatar.
Arif Abdul Rahman al-Abdullah, general manager of Al Ahli Sports Club, praised the agreement signed by the club with QC. He said it is an extension of the club's presence in society with great effectiveness, as part of its social responsibility.
Al-Abdullah affirmed that the club is keen to continue playing its role in society in a manner that serves the terms of the agreement signed with Qatar Charity. He also noted that Al Ahli Sports Club was keen to establish the partnership and provide all potentials to Qatar Charity to implement humanitarian programmes.