By Hamed Mahmoud
Money Fellows, the first Egyptian mobile application, digitizing the concept of money circles (EL-Gam’eya), announced a new co-operation with the Egyptian Food Bank Corporation that aims to provide more than 650 food boxes for the neediest Egyptian families during the holy Ramadan, and this cooperation is the first step for the platform to implement its strategy with regard of its social role to support the Egyptian community.
“We are so proud to cooperate with the Egyptian Food Bank to launch this great campaign in order to provide the food needs for those whom are unable of Egyptian families, and to boost the efforts of NGOs to achieve the principle of social solidarity, and this step is the beginning of the implementation of our activities in The CSR sector inside Egypt, which is an integral part of our primary mission within the Egyptian market” stated by Ahmed Wadi, CEO of Money Fellows.
Wadi said, “The platform has witnessed Unprecedented superiority with 100% growth of total business in the recent period, in addition of the total number of users of the platform reached one million users after it was 500,000 in October 2020, which represents a real achievement for the platform’s progress in Egypt, and it also gives us a big push to move steadily to achieve all our community programs.
Mohsen Sarhan, CEO of the Egyptian Food Bank, expressed his pleasure to cooperating with Money Fellows, which is the first platform in Egypt and the Middle East that consolidates the idea of social solidarity through it core business via effective programs implemented by charitable societies and institutions, which are on same line with the idea of the Egyptian Food Bank Association and working to serve the community in order to supply our people with their needs, expressing his wishes to see many emerging companies follow the approach of Money Fellows in its first step to participate in the roles of social responsibility.