Sheikha Al-Majed, who invented the "Electronic Pen" for the blind, Ma’ali Al-As’ousi, goodwill ambassador and winner of the Hope Makers award, as well as Dr. Hesham Bu Rizq and Dr. Abdul-Mohsen Al-Kandari of 'Al-Amal Medical Team' shared their experiences with the crowd in interactive atmospheres, in which they inspired people and showed them that human beauty is embodied in their commitment and struggle to reach their goals.
The Warba Bank activity specifically targeted young people to inspire them so that they can exploit their energy and capabilities to achieve their dreams.
During the morning period, Warba Bank offered its pavilion at the mall to nonprofit charity organizations and young initiators. On the first day, it hosted the ‘Dinarain’ project; which is an educational youth project that encourages the youth to participate in charitable activities in innovative ways. On the second day, it hosted Yameenik_Q8 volunteer team. Established in 2012, Yameenik_Q8 is a voluntary group dedicated to helping needy families in Kuwait. It is affiliated to the International Islamic Charity Organization (IICO). On the third day, it hosted the national campaign to raise awareness about cancer (CAN), which was launched under the sponsorship of His Highness the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, and seeks to fight cancer and spread awareness about early diagnoses.
Children had their share at Warba Bank’s pavilion too. A special interactive corner was dedicated for them, where children were encouraged to develop their mental and creative skills through a series of interactive quizzes based on intelligence and linking different elements to solve on-screen puzzles.
Warba Bank thanks its clients and the entire Kuwaiti society for meeting them at 360 mall, and to witness successful and inspiring experiences that made a positive change to the society.