GWC celebrated the advent of the Holy Month of Ramadan with its employees by hosting its annual company Iftar, held at the LVQ Central Kitchen on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Playing host to over 1100 employees at the central kitchen, with another 450 meals distributed to employees at their workstations in the LVQ, the event encouraged a sense of camaraderie among employees of all faiths and from all departments as they shared a meal at sunset.
GWC Competes at the Hassanat Olympics
For the third year in a row, GWC has cooperated with The Youth Company as the logistics partner for their Ramadan Charity Initiative, the 7assanat Olympics. GWC, along with youth volunteers from The Youth Company, participated in the distribution and packing of thousands of Iftar boxes, the collection and distribution of clothes, and the packing and distribution of Garangou toys and gift boxes. The Iftar boxes were distributed on the streets of Doha as well as at emergency rooms, while the clothes and toys were distributed at specific charity events set up for this purpose.
A single donation may help as many as three patients – GWC staff donates 52 units
GWC (Q.S.C.), the leading logistics provider in the region, has celebrated its fourth year in donating blood through a cooperative event held with the Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) on October 12th, 2016.
Over 64 employees arrived at the company’s Street 15 facility in the Doha Industrial Area, where the HMC’s specialized blood donation vehicle collected over 52 units of blood. A single donation may help as many as three patients, while a car crash victim may require as many as 50 units of blood.
GWC Group CEO Mr. Ranjeev Menon commended both HMC and GWC employees for ensuring that the campaign was a success, and noted: “these employees demonstrate the spirit of passionate giving and participation that are essential components of GWC culture. GWC has always sought to ensure the public welfare through active contribution to initiatives that meaningfully benefit the well-being of Qatari society and the nation.”