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Zain employees donate over five tons of clothes to refugees
March 28, 2016, 11:00 am
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Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, launched an internal Clothes Donation campaign, where the company’s employees donated over five tons of unused clothes throughout three weeks to Syrian refugees in collaboration with Kuwait Society for Relief.

This initiative aimed at delivering on Zain’s commitment to continually support charitable causes as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability strategies, as well as encourage Zain employees to take part in the spirit of giving and donate their unused clothes to refugees who are in need of support.

Zain believes in extending a helping hand to support those who are less advantaged. The company strongly believes that similar charitable programs help infuse a sense of responsibility into members of the society, to help support those who are in need of help.

Zain’s core values are built to give to the less fortunate, and the company is keen on participating in various internal and external charitable initiatives that promote the culture of giving and highlight how people can exert little effort while making a huge difference in others’ lives.

The company’s collaboration with Kuwait Society for Relief comes in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility strategy that seeks to contribute to the welfare of the society in several ways. Zain prides itself on its long-track of records and contributions it has put in philanthropic areas. The company strongly believes that such initiatives help infuse a sense of responsibility into members of the society, to help support those who are in need of help.

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