talabat announces new partners for meal donations

talabat announces new partners for meal donations

talabat, the leading platform for everyday deliveries in the region, has joined forces with Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) and Texas Chicken to launch a campaign aimed at promoting healthy meal donations. During the month of October, for every kid’s meal purchased from Texas Chicken via talabat, a nutritious meal will be provided to a child in Bangladesh.

Francisco Miguel Condeco Caetano De Sousa, the Managing Director of talabat Qatar, expressed the company’s commitment to making a positive impact, stating, “At talabat, we firmly believe in the transformative power of food in uniting people and creating a positive difference. We are elated to partner with Texas Chicken and Qatar Red Crescent Society to facilitate healthy meals to children in Bangladesh, and are proud to continuously support charities and vendors on such campaigns.”

Texas Chicken Qatar’s Managing Director, Islam Miser Saddiq, emphasized the brand’s dedication to social responsibility, saying, “At Texas Chicken, social responsibility is more than a commitment; it’s our core value. Partnering with talabat and Qatar Red Crescent Society to provide healthy kids’ meals to the children of Bangladesh is an honor and a privilege. We’re proud to announce that we’re using local, fresh chicken.”

Faisal Mohamed al-Emadi, Acting Secretary-General of QRCS, expressed gratitude to talabat and Texas Chicken for their support in Bangladesh. He highlighted how these donations would help reach children from impoverished and refugee families, addressing their suffering and hunger. Al-Emadi stressed that corporate social responsibility is a central aspect of their partnership strategy and urged others to follow this admirable humanitarian and business partnership model.

This campaign reflects the commitment of talabat, Texas Chicken, and QRCS to making a positive impact on communities and addressing the nutritional needs of children in Bangladesh.

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