Pinktober Was All Smiles for Breast Cancer Awareness at 21 High Street

To support the Qatar Cancer Plan 2023-2026, which aims to ensure that everyone in Qatar has access to accurate information and the highest quality cancer care, 21 High St, the ultimate outdoor shopping destination in Katara, launched a 360-degree photo booth. Visitors took fun and creative pictures and videos to show their support for breast cancer awareness.

The booth was prominently located in 21 High St. and was open from 5pm to 10pm on weekdays and 5pm to 12pm on weekends, starting on Thursday, October 5th and running for two weeks.

Decorated with white flowers and pink ribbon which are universally recognized symbols of breast cancer awareness, the 360-degree photobooth was both eye-catching and meaningful.

“We are proud to partner with Qatar Cancer Society to support their important work,” said Evelyn De Croutte, General Manager, 21 High Street. “Women often have to juggle many different roles, from running the household to working full-time jobs. Therefore, we need to look at our well-being from a 360-degree angle taking into consideration our physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health.”

Shoppers had a lot of fun at the 360-degree photo booth and captured some amazing memories with their friends and family! They were also able to receive their photos and videos via AirDrop or email, and were encouraged to post them on social media using the hashtag #SmileForBreastCancerAwareness to support the fight against breast cancer.

Throughout the month of October, the Qatar Cancer Society is partnering with various organizations across the country to raise awareness.

ABA IT Department takes a break from work, enjoys a fun bowling evening

Bringing a much-needed change to the everyday routine, Ali Bin Ali (ABA) Holding’s Information Technology Department organized a special bowling event on December 8, 2021, in Gondolania at Villaggio Mall.

The fun evening was planned with the idea of stressing the importance of ensuring a healthy work-life balance, which is essential for mental wellbeing as well as better productivity.

All members of the ABA IT Department gathered in the bowling area and the games started at 5pm. Two game sets were played with the participation of 31 members. After an exciting display of bowling skills and a thrilling head-to-head competition, the three top scorers were Osama Abdul Rahman Hamad (253), Sabin Sabu (221) and Noor Muhammad Malik (221).

After the games, the team settled down for a relaxed dinner of pizza. The night concluded on a happy note as the ABA IT team went back home rejuvenated and refreshed.

Speaking about the event, Group General Manger of ABA IT Department Youssef Moussa said: “We believe social activities are very important for the well-being of employees. In the past, we have organized volleyball, football, basketball and similar events. These events were arranged on a quarterly basis. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic we stopped for some time. Now, we have resumed these activities again.”