Category Archives: Causes

GulfRun 6 Meetup


I was invited by my friend Marzouq to attend GulfRun 6 Meetup in Shuwaikh. Being the gentleman he is, he sensed my hesitation since such events would be flooded with stags and no hens, he asked me to come and check the preparations before the event 😉 I gladly accepted and went there with my camera

I must admit that the efforts put into making this event were remarkable! Turning a storage area into Continue reading

I got this email from GulfRun team and thought of spreading the word 😉 Do the same please!

GulfRun will be having their second annual Charity Raffle during the GulfRun Car Show to raise money for the Hayat4Cancer Foundation. We had a successful year with support of our readers, blogs, sponsors, and GulfRun participants, and we hope to make it an even better year.

And this years amazing prizes include three powerful vehicles:

  • 1. Polaris Razor RZR800 from Seas & Deserts
  • 2. Can-Am DS450 ATV from Al-Ghanim Marine
  • 3. Can-Am DS450 ATV from Al-Ghanim Marine

Tickets to the raffle – which runs until January 15 – are only 5KD. All proceeds of the raffle will be donated to the Hayat4Cancer Foundation. The Ruqaya Al-Qatami Hayat4Cancer foundation was established in 2003 to offer support and medicine for cancer patients. The raffle draw will be on the second day of the GulfRun Carshow at 360 Mall on January 15th 2010 @ 8:00pm.

Please call 97118488 for tickets to supporting the cause and participating in the raffle.

We greatly appreciate your support for those who desperately need it.







A week back I saw my friend with his new look – a mustache! It was never a look for him, and to be quite honest, I laughed a bit too… but he told me he was growing his mustache to raise awareness about Movember, in aid for prostate cancer

The Mo -slang for moustache- & November month come together each year for Movember awareness! Growing a mustache challenge men to change their appearance – Its a bit late now, but I just came to learn about it.. November first, you start with a clean shave, and then you’re supposed to grow a mustache for the entire month!


So guys (my male readers) – who’s going for it this month?

WTG Q! And for all those who are doing the same to change the face of men’s health 🙂

Check out celebrities with mustaches (link)

Mutubtub Opening Ceremony

Mutubtub Opening Ceremony turned out to be a huge success! Thanks to all the efforts put together into turning it into life 😉

I actually came in early to take some pictures of the preparations and the first hour of activities, I had to leave early – otherwise I would have stayed the whole time!

It was so much fun for both; kids as well as adults… see, even Shamlan AlBahar was having Continue reading

ZUMBA “Party in Pink”

Join in this Wednesday & Thursday- October 20&21 for ZUMBA “Party in Pink ” master class, supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month with with ZUMBA certified instructor Rana Alomani.

Both classes will be held @ the Women Cultural & Social Society in Khaldiya. Tickets are sold for KD10 for each day.

Hurry up and tell your “female” friends and family, will see ya this week!!

Thanks Rana O. 😉

The Avenues – Going Pink ;-)

Gotta love how The Avenues lights going pink with the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! I could not snap a picture of that, but I was able to take a picture of their showing support stickers in the parking lot!


SOHO <3 Animal Friends

Soho Salon is having a charity event at their salon on Friday in support of animal friends. They are donating proceeds to the charity. How wonderful is that? Getting pampered and for a good cause too!!! Do not miss it 😉

For more on Soho Salon, check out their Facebook Page (link) or drop them a visit on their blog (link)

Thanks Pam & Hana 😉 God bless you guys!

Human Rights Watch – Walls at Every Turn

I was invited to attend the Human Rights Watch press conference a couple of days back to talk about their newly published report on human right abuses faced by migrant domestic workers in Kuwait, highlighting the sponsorship system in Kuwait. The representative of Human Rights Watch; Sarah Leah, Nisha Varia, and Priyanka Motaparthy talked about the topic giving brief description of the region with some stats on their organization, the problem itself, findings, problems, and suggestions. They also opened the floor for Q&A at the end.

So lets focus on Kuwait now…. All in all, Kuwait is a country with Continue reading


About a month ago, I got to hear about Mutubtub,  through a presentation done by Pink Coffee team! and I was impressed 😉 Its a non-profit health campaign for kids, the first of its kind, in Kuwait!

Not only I believe in the campaign itself and how successful it will be, but I also believe in the minds behind it… two dear friends of mine; Abdullah AlEisa of LOfat and Shamlan AlBahar of Pink Coffee!

All the best to you guys 🙂

Why Halima! WHY!!


Question!! Why did they pick Halima for this video? WHY?

Whadya think?

Thanks Anwaar 😉