Qnet has recently launched a campaign. It’s focused on making the world a better place one comment at a time. The goal is to receive at least 500 positive comments on a post on their Facebook page. If five hundred comments with positive thoughts will be left on their post, they will donate a HomePure RED to Taarana. Taarana is their school for children with special needs. If an additional five hundred comments that offer positive thoughts will be left on that post, they will donate another homePure RED, this time to Rashid Centre. Rashid Centre is a foundation for the disabled in the United Arab Emirates. This project is a part of their RYTHM Foundation.
Qnet itself was founded in Hong Kong in 1998 by two people, Vijay Eswaran and Joseph Bismark. They started off by selling luxury jewelry and watches. They even made the coins for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and contributed to other Olympics in 2004. In 2004, they were the distributors of the commemorative coins for FIFA. They then acquired QI Comm in 2005. QI Comm was a British communications company.
However, they have not just concentrated on business. Qnet has often partnered with many organizations for humanitarian causes. For example, they partnered with Lions Clubs International to help people who had kidney failures and diseases and needed a new kidney. They helped cover the cost of dialysis for these unfortunate people. Other examples of their work abound. They have helped the destitute and have provided assistance to people who were struck by natural disasters. For example, they provided relief kits to two hundred families of Meenambakkam, Chennai. These families suffered through flooding and other disasters and their homes were entirely washed away. Thanks to Qnet, they were provided with what they needed to continue on with life.