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Posted On: 21 October 2019 09:50 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:05 pm

'Charity Week' kicks off to cultivate the passion for charity and volunteerism in youth

Khadiza Begum
Khadiza Begum
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Community College of Qatar launched Sunday the Charity Week at the college building for girls in Lusail, which will run until October 23. The event aims to support charitable projects of the Education Above All Foundation, which aims to spread education in poor areas.

The week's events, in collaboration with several educational institutions in Qatar, include workshops in the art of cinematic beauty, digital photography presented by a number of college students, in addition to a variety of exhibitions and workshops, such as calligraphy, mosaics, food decoration, photography, digital animation, in addition to a charity auction to display paintings presented by distinguished artists.

The Vice-President of the Community College of Qatar Dr Khalid Al Abdulqader said that the College is proud to organize the charity week, believing in the importance of philanthropy and to instill a passion for charity and volunteerism in the hearts of students and young people, adding that the college is happy that such events will promote the projects of Education Above All Foundation, which has provided and continues to provide quality education to disadvantaged children and students in many countries around the world, particularly those suffering from war and conflict, to support them in achieving a better future.

The charity week is a volunteer-led international non-profit initiative that runs in six countries: the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Canada, South Africa, and Qatar, to raise funds for various charitable projects and help people in need.

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(Source: Qatar News Agency - QNA, cover image credit: Qatar Tribune)