QNET Positive Thoughts Project

QNET and the RYTHM Foundation are committed to making a positive impact on the communities in which they do business. Now comes word that QNET has created the Positive Thoughts Project. Through this program QNET will provide water filtration systems to two educational institutions that work with children that are beset by learning challenges. The program is very simple. If people visit the QNET/RYTHM Foundation FaceBook page and post a total of 1000 positive posts over the course of a month, QNET will install free water filtration systems at the Rashid Centre and the Taarana School. It’s as simple as that.

People throughout Asia, Africa, and the Middle East have long depended on QNET for quality products at affordable prices. The company is also beloved because of all the jobs they create in poverty stricken areas. Plus since 2005, QNET has been providing a host of charitable and philanthropic services for people in need through their RYTHM Foundation. This has helped to make QNET a much loved corporate citizen in many parts of the world. Its founder has even been given numerous awards for being a ‘Hero of Philanthropy‘ in the Asia-Pacific region.

So this new Positive Thoughts Project is just a continuation of the company’s commitment to improve the quality of life for people in need in the communities it serves. And QNET has made participating in the project so easy, that all it takes is a computer, internet connection and a few minutes to help provide clean water to people in need. This project is truly unique and very much needed. Drinking dirty water is responsible for many of the learning disabilities children in the world’s underdeveloped suffer. Creating a program which helps to provide these populations with clean drinking water is a godsend.

The Rashid Centre and the Taarana School are two institutions that help children with learning disabilities overcome their conditions and gain the tools they need to be able to more fully participate in the world in which they live. These are the organizations that will be the beneficiaries of the German designed, Korean build, top of the line HomePure RED water filtration systems QNET will donate. The Positive Thought Project not only helps children with learning disabilities, it gives the public at large an opportunity to show their support by simply sharing a positive thought while visiting the QNET/RYTHM Foundation FaceBook page.

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