The announcement of the winner, A S N al-Thani, was live-streamed on Doha Bank’s social media platforms, and held in the presence of VIP guests and members of Doha Bank’s senior management team.
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“I am so grateful for this wonderful prize. I would like to thank my parents for always supporting me and teaching me how to save every month, and also to Doha Bank for providing me with this incredible opportunity. Saving can be both fun and rewarding, no matter what your age,” said A S N al-Thani.
The Al Dana Young Savers account, which requires a minimum deposit of QR5,000 to open, aims to promote the concept of saving from a young age. The account gives young savers the opportunity to grow their savings and create a more financially secure future.
In addition to the chance to win a scholarship worth QR5,000 every month, each Al Dana Young Saver is automatically entered into the Al Dana draw, which features dedicated cash prizes, including the chance to walk away with a mega prize of QR2mn.
“Since its launch, Al Dana has created more than three thousand winners. It gives us great joy to see the younger generation embracing the savings concept and increasing the value of their money,” said Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman.
“Together with parents, it is our pleasure and duty to promote this practice from a very young age, which helps to build a brighter future for the next generation,” he added.
For further information on the Al Dana Saving Scheme, one can send an SMS to 92610 with the keyword “DANA” or visit dohabank.qa.
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