King Salman

Qorvis has a draft agreement to provide PR support for the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Center, which is based in Riyadh.

The mission of KSrelief is "to manage and coordinate relief activities to ensure the provision of external aid is in line with the national interests of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," according to the federal filing of the MSLGroup unit.

Qorvis will handle PR training, media relations, events, op-ed pieces and conduct seminars for journalists or think tanks.

Founded in 2015, KSrelief has provided aid to 37 countries.

As of March 13, KSrelief counted 996 completed/ongoing projects (food security, emergency aid, logistics, health, education, camp coordination, protection) worth $3.3B.

The group has is allied with 141 partners, including the Red Cross/Red Crescent, World Health Organization, UNICEF and United States Agency for International Development.

Qorvis has been Saudi Arabia's go-to PR firm since the aftermath of 9/11.

In March, it disclosed an $810K one-year contract with the Saudi-based Muslim World League to clarify the true message of Islam.

France's Publicis Groupe owns MSLGroup.