Talabat pledges to donate QAR 1 for every grocery order made during Pink October

Talabat pledges to donate QAR 1 for every grocery order made during Pink October

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Talabat, the region’s leading food and grocery delivery app, has announced that in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it has partnered with Qatar Cancer Society, pledging to donate QAR1 from every grocery purchase made through the Talabat app this month.

The organization has also partnered with the Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) to set up a virtual page for customers to donate through as well.

Breast cancer is the most common form of the disease - and while common public sentiment is that it affects only women, it actually affects men as well.

As a consistent supporter of Pink October, every year Talabat has been at the forefront of raising funds, awareness, and helping to educate on how to prevent breast cancer.

Francisco De Sousa, Talabat Qatar’s Managing Director, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Qatar Cancer Society for such an important cause. We encourage everyone to think pink throughout October to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”

“We have been fighting a pandemic majority of the year, but at the same time cannot forget other pressing health concerns and issues.”

Take time to learn about breast cancer by visiting qcs.qa/en/breast-cancer.

Donate for the cause via the Talabat app or through the website.

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