Ahmadi Muslim donate toys for deprived youngsters for seasonal greetings

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Sheffield has donated more than 60 toys to the Cash for Kids charity for the less fortunate children this Christmas.

The youth leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Sheffield, Hussam Nasar once again visited Hallam FM for the Mission Christmas appeal for gifts for vulnerable youngsters, which is ran by the Cash for Kids charity.

He further elaborates, “It was in line with AMYA’s national ‘Muslims for Humanity’ campaign, whose volunteers have served local communities for decades, particularly the vulnerable and sick over the winter season. Christmas is an important time of the year for several people and we are hopeful that the donated toys will bring smiles to the children who receive them.”

The youngsters from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, Sheffield purchased gifts themselves and took special time out from their busy schedules to travel and donate toys for all of the children.

The AMYA describes itself dedicated to “spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical development of young Muslims”, running a structured developmental programme for their young members, including academic, sports, social welfare and charitable activities. – The Ahmadiyya Muslim community’s motto is ‘Love for All, Hatred for None’.

Thank you so much AMYA for your donation. There is still time to get involved and support Mission Christmas, visit hallamfm.co.uk/mission for more information.

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