MKA Sheffield - MUSLIM YOUTH ARE MENDING HEARTS

MKA Sheffield - MUSLIM YOUTH ARE MENDING HEARTS

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) Sheffield has again been busy fundraising for people with cardiac disease by joining in action with The British Heart Foundation. Volunteers from Sheffield and Rotherham had jioned forces with The British Heart Foundation on 14th March to generate funds at Asda Rotherham. 

The initiative is part of the AMYA's National 'Muslims for Humanity' campaign in which its' volunteers are aiming to bring a smile to the vulnerable and less fortunate members of our society.

The response from people was amazing and donations were given. The British Heart foundation team appreciated the participation of AMYA of Sheffield.
  

Mr Shahzad Ahmed Athar, local youth leader, said: 

“As a faith based voluntary youth organization, the AMYA has had a long tradition of volunteering for the less fortunate of our society. Our ongoing efforts, through charity collection activities, highlight our motto of Love for All, Hatred for None. Would are grateful to all those who donated towards this cause.”

The ‘Muslims for Humanity initiative’ was started in order to actively demonstrate that Islam calls on Muslims to aspire towards becoming the very best members of society they can be.