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Muslim Youth Raise over $10,000 for Brisbane’s Homeless

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Queensland < 1 mins read
Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Queensland achieved its milestone, surpassing the fundraising target of $10,000 to support Brisbane's homeless through the recent charity walk "Walk For Humanity".
 
The event, held on Saturday, June 24th saw participation of more than 50 community members at Captain Burke Park in Kangaroo Point, with over 140 individuals donating to this cause. All funds 
 
Foad Munir, Youth Leader at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Brisbane said: "Homelessness has become a significant issue in Queensland in the last few years. Winter is particularly tough for many people who can barely afford a warm meal. As Muslims, a core part of our faith is to serve humanity. The success of this charity walk demonstrates the true essence of Islamic teachings. I am extremely grateful to everyone who generously contributed to this cause."
 
All funds collected will be donated to Humanity First and their 'Feed The Homeless' program in Brisbane.

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:

Foad Munir - 0455 888 869

 

 

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