talabat supports charitable efforts for earthquake victims in Morocco


As part of its ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility, talabat, the leading food delivery and q-commerce platform in the Middle East, has launched a donation campaign to aid victims of the recent devastating earthquake in Morocco.

In line with its #techforgood initiative, talabat will donate 1 Qatari Riyal (QAR) to support earthquake victims for every order placed at select restaurants. The objective of these charitable efforts is to provide urgent emergency relief to survivors affected by the tragic earthquake.

talabat is dedicated to creating a positive impact and giving back to communities in need, and this initiative is a testament to that commitment.

Francisco Miguel De Sousa, Managing Director of talabat Qatar, expressed the company’s commitment, saying, “We, at talabat, believe in the strength of giving back to our community and staying in solidarity with one another. In partnership with Qatar Red Crescent Society, we are committed to stand by Morocco during these challenging times and dedicate our conscious efforts to aid the survivors and their families in Morocco, who have been affected by this unimaginable tragedy.”

talabat’s initiative serves as a powerful reminder of the positive impact that businesses can have when they prioritize social responsibility and work together to support those in need.

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