Posted on August 09, 2014

Ooredoo today announced that members of the Nojoom Loyalty Programme have successfully raised an impressive QR 114, 000 for charities during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Ooredoo’s Nojoom offered members the chance to share the Ramadan spirit by donating points to either Qatar Charity or the Sheikh Eid Bin Mohammad Al Thani Charitable Association, also known as Eid Charity. The initiative was a huge success as members donated millions of Nojoom Points across the month, which will be used throughout the year by the charities.

Ooredoo’s Nojoom raises QR 2 [].jpgFatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, said: “We are delighted that this year’s Ramadan campaign has had such a positive response. Ramadan is about taking part in the spirit of the Holy Month and we couldn’t have asked for a better reaction. Together we’ve given back to the community, and helped two amazing charities to continue the work they do. Thank you.”

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As well as Nojoom donations, throughout Ramadan the colourful characters of the Alrabaa took part in a wide range of activities, including visits to hospitals, appearances at local malls, random acts of kindness and events for local charities. The gang of friends who bring Qatari values to life, gave away over 12,200 presents to families throughout the month, as well as a host of sweet treats during Garangao at Souq Waqif.

Ooredoo has pledged to continue to support its customers throughout the year, with a host of local CSR initiatives as part of its mission to enrich people’s lives. Customers can see more results from the Ooredoo Ramadan campaign and learn about upcoming events via the Ooredoo website at and Ooredoo’s Facebook page.

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