With the COVID-19 throwing everyone into days of isolation and difficult situations, QNET Russia has come forward to give the much-needed support to the people in Kazakhstan and Russia. Our volunteers gave out 250 personal protection kits such as antiseptics, masks and gloves to the homeless, senior citizens, parents with young children and families with children with disabilities in Moscow, Russia. Meanwhile in Almaty, Kazakhstan the QNET volunteers distributed 50 food packages to low-income mothers and women who were not too late in registering for targeted social assistance from the government. Each food package contains a month’s stock of rice, pasta, sugar, flour, buckwheat, salt, eggs, sunflower oil, washing powder, toothpaste, toilet paper. “The women who could not register on time for the social assistance were struggling to make ends meet. The aid that we provided was of great help to them,” said QNET Russia Head of Marketing and PR Irina Polyakova. “QNET does charity work in all countries and regions where it conducts business. Food is the most basic need for the people to survive during these difficult times and we are happy to be able to lessen their burden,” she said. She also thanked the local government agencies which had assisted QNET to distribute the food items and personal protection kits.