Ahmadi Muslim Elders from the Baitul Futuh Mosque donate to charitable causes

Recently, members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association (AMEA), an auxiliary organisation of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, from the Baitul Futuh Mosque donated to several charitable causes.

Freshly prepared pasta boxes were delivered to 120 refugees on New Year’s Day.

Similarly, warm clothes, donated by the members of the AMEA, were distributed to the refugees.

On New Year’s Day, fruit baskets were gifted to three local care homes, namely: Manor House in Morden, Abbey House in Morden and St. Raphael’s Hospice in North Cheam.

Gail Linehan, one of the CEOs of St Raphael’s Hospice stated:

We would like to take this belated opportunity to thank you for the beautiful fruit hamper you delivered to the Hospice on December 31st. The fruit was shared and enjoyed by both patients and staff. Your thoughtful gift and good wishes for the New Year are very much appreciated. Thank you for your support of the Hospice.

Dr. Tayyab Ahmad Mansoor, the Regional Co-ordinator of the AMEA Baitul Futuh Mosque said:

“The Holy Qur’an teaches us to show kindness to parents, the needy and orphans.

With this teaching in mind, the AMEA actively participates in charitable activities, especially focussing on our neighbours and the needy.

Delivering food parcels and warm clothes to the refugees and fruit baskets to the residents of neighbouring care homes on New Year’s Day was all part of this campaign.”