UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim Association are raising money for the British Red Cross’ Manchester Emergency Fund


The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association are raising money in a one day appeal for victims of the terror attack

Adela Whittingham Reporter – Wimbledon

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Muslims across south west London are raising money to help victims of the Manchester attack.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association said they are even urging younger members of the mosques, in Southfields and Morden, to donate their pocket money to the cause.

The campaign will be held during Ramadan, which is a holy month of fasting, worship and charitable giving observed by Muslims all over the world.

The one day appeal will be held on Monday June 5 between 12 and 6pm, although donations are being taken now.

The appeal is asking Muslims to donate an hour’s wages which will be given to the British Red Cross. The British Red Cross set up the Manchester Emergency Fund to support those caught up in last month’s terror attack.

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