Ooredoo donates laptops to families in need In cooperation with Al-Nouri Charity Association
Ooredoo, Kuwait’s fastest network for 2016, announced that it has donated laptops to families in need in Kuwait in order to develop themselves in their careers and education in cooperation with Abdullah Al-Nouri Charity Association.
The laptops were gifted to Abdullah Al Nouri Charity Association by Mijbil Alayoub, Senior Director of Corporate Communications at Ooredoo Kuwait and were received by Amine Khalaf Al-Nabhan, Resources Development and Media Manager at Abdullah Al Nouri Charity Association.
Commenting on this initiative, Mijbil AlAyoub, Senior Director at Ooredoo Kuwait said, “We are pleased to tie up with Abdullah AlNouri Charity Association to promote good will and the act of giving back to society, which is an integral component of our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy in addition to instilling the values of humanity in society.” Ayoub added, “This initiative came from our employees to lend a helping hand to those in need and to stress that laptops are vital for career development as well as education”.
It is worth mentioning that Ooredoo collaborated with Abdullah Al-Nouri Charitable Association during Ramadan in a campaign that aimed at providing Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, and Jordan with the help required to fulfill their minimum needs. The donations were received last August on the Lebanese-Syrian border.
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Ooredoo and Abdullah Al-Nouri Charity Association members in a group photo.