Ooredoo Kuwait announced that Ooredoo employees have donated giveaways for children on Eid Al-Adha Al Mubarak. This initiative comes in line with the celebrations which took place recently on the occasion of honouring H.H. The Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah by the United Nations as a “Humanitarian Leader” and Kuwait as the “Humanitarian Centre”.
This initiative falls under Ooredoo’s efforts to promote corporate social responsibility and its vision to enrich people’s lives. Commenting on this thoughtful initiative form Ooredoo Kuwait employees, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al Thani, Ooredoo Kuwait Chief Executive Officer and General Manager said: “Empowering underserved communities is one of our main missions as a telecommunications company. We have worked with the Kuwait Red Crescent Society, an organization which is recognized for its local and international efforts. We are committed to making a positive change in the markets we operate in and keen on promoting corporate social responsibility both externally and internally amongst our own employees. This alignment is what makes us live by our brand values.”
As a community-focused company, Ooredoo recently donated the first privately-owned Braille printing for the Kuwait Blinds Association and supported Bayt Abdullah Hospital by fulfilling the dreams of terminally ill children. Additionally, Ooredoo sponsored OxAdventure, a Kuwaiti non-profit organization that strives to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate; reflecting the brand mission of promoting human growth.