SHAFAQNA -Â Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), unveiled details of its upcoming Ramadan 2015 Project, â€™Giving Backâ€™.
ROTAâ€™s annual Ramadan project provides unparalleled opportunities for volunteers in Qatar to help others and give back to their community. And for the ninth consecutive year, local residents in Qatar will participate in ROTAâ€™s community-based activities inside and outside Doha.
Mohamed Al Naama of ROTA said: â€œI am thankful to God for giving us the will and strength to give back to our beloved country, Qatar. For the ninth consecutive year, ROTAâ€™s dedicated and growing base of volunteers will give hope to those in need, and give back to the community that has given them so much.â€
For the Garangaou events, volunteers will join and spend time with children at Hamad Pediatric Leukemia Unit, Al Wakra Hospital. Additionally, ROTA volunteers will share an Iftar with the residents of Qatar Foundation for Elderly People Care, and another at Rumailah Hospitalâ€™s Residential Care Compound. They will additionally host special Iftars for labourers of the Doha, Al Shamal and Al Khor Municipalities. This yearâ€™s programme is expected to directly benefit around 1,000 individuals and eight institutions across Qatar.
Volunteers have also been recruited for the Ramadan 2015 Project through the recently-launched TAMM Volunteer Network. More than 300 volunteers attended ROTAâ€™s Ramadan Volunteer Orientation to learn about the initiative and to sign up.