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Adelaide’s Empowering Walk to Alleviate Homelessness and Hunger this Sunday

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia < 1 mins read

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth is organising a charity walk on Sunday 18th June 2023 in Adelaide to support Humanity First's initiative of 'Feeding the Homeless' in our local community.

Humanity First is a non-political, non-religious charity that operates on the basis of necessity. They have been serving the homeless in Adelaide over the past year. Humanity First Australia is a 100% volunteer-run charity with no administrative costs, as such every dollar donated will go straight to helping the needy. 

The details of the Charity Walk are as follows:


Link to register and donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/walk-for-humanity-adelaide

We invite all to be part of this impactful event and kindly request your consideration in making a donation and spreading the word about this event. 


About us:

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia is a unique, dynamic, and vibrant organisation serving not only the needs of its members but also Australian society as a whole.  https://khuddam.org.au/ 


Contact details:

Ata-ul-Hadi 0424 049 281

adelaide.ahmadiyya@gmail.com

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