QC co-operates with Qatari, Thai runners for charitable sports initiative
December 28 2021 08:18 PM
Qatari runner Mubarak Abdulaziz al-Khulaifi, along with Thai runner Purnsak Thongchi during the chal
Qatari runner Mubarak Abdulaziz al-Khulaifi, along with Thai runner Purnsak Thongchi during the challenge.

Qatari runner Mubarak Abdulaziz al-Khulaifi, along with Thai runner Purnsak Thongchi, implemented a charitable sports initiative in support of humanitarian projects implemented by Qatar Charity (QC) worldwide.
Al-Khulaifi along with his Thai colleague completed a full 180km run around Phuket, the biggest Island of Thailand, in 48 hours and 55 minutes, aiming to utilise the proceeds from the challenge for humanitarian work.
The initiative focused on financing a project to reclaim a 500sqm agricultural land in Palestine to help a needy family have a continuous income that meets their daily needs.
The target amount was collected via social media, before the runners al-Khulaifi and his Thai colleague reached the finish line.
Al-Khulaifi expressed his happiness with the success of the initiative, thanking QC for providing the project, receiving donations for it and supervising its implementation. He thanked all the supporters who contributed to the success of this challenge, indicating his previous cooperation with QC during Ramadan in the ‘Orphans’ Gifts’ project. He also looked forward to carrying out other initiatives that would contribute to supporting Qatar Charity's programs and projects.
Abdulaziz Jassim Hajji, director of Marketing, Digital Growth, and Customer Service Departments at QC, praised the initiative, which linked sports to charitable work, emphasising the active and effective role of Qatari youth in society.
He noted that QC encourages youth to undertake any voluntary effort that would support charitable and humanitarian work. The official pointed out that QC has previously organised and sponsored many initiatives, challenges and trips for Qatari young athletes, innovative and creative persons, and volunteers to contribute to humanitarian work.



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