QNET raises funds for needy in city

QNET raises funds for needy in city
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Independent representatives of a direct selling company QNET have come together to raise funds and help underprivileged communities Over hundreds of entrepreneurs, who are professionals across all age group, run a successful direct selling business with QNET, have pledged up to Rs 1 lakh per city towards important causes benefiting a local community in need

Hyderabad: Independent representatives of a direct selling company QNET have come together to raise funds and help underprivileged communities. Over hundreds of entrepreneurs, who are professionals across all age group, run a successful direct selling business with QNET, have pledged up to Rs 1 lakh per city towards important causes benefiting a local community in need.

While various independent representatives have been coming together during Diwali every year, this is the second year that some of them have initiated such activities during the New Year to reinforce their commitment to helping communities and their own belief in the spirit of giving. As part of this effort the group of entrepreneurs in Hyderabad contributing to support activities by providing essential commodities including groceries and toiletries. The activity was carried at Mahima Ministiries and Sankalp Foundation in Hyderabad.

QNET Global CEOTrevor Kuna said “The initiative undertaken by our Independent Representatives in their individual capacity is truly encouraging. QNET’s underlying philosophy of RYTHM – Raise Yourself ToHelp Mankind – is the force that drives a lot of what we do. After all, there is no better feeling than doing well while you are doing good.” QNET had in the past partnered with the Cancer Patients Aid Association in Mumbai to support the treatment of children with cancer from low-income families. It also contributed towards the Swachh Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya campaign by partnering with the Lions Clubs in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad on a number of projects including clean drinking water, nutrition education and health camps for children.

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