Muslim community group ladies stitch 250 face masks

Donating face masks for the homeless

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Slough has donated 250 especially made reusable/washable face masks to Slough Outreach on Thursday last week as part of their community welfare and support initiative.

The masks will be distributed to members of the Slough homeless community and volunteers at Slough Outreach.

Atiq-Ahmad Bhatti, president of the Ahmadiyya Slough said: “Our ongoing local community welfare and support initiative is still going strong and we hope that today’s donation of 250 face masks, especially stitched by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association Slough, will help support the local homeless community who are most vulnerable in the difficult and testing times that we are all passing through.

“We are looking forward to working on food donations over the coming weeks to further assist Slough Outreach in their exemplary and ongoing efforts. It continues to be a difficult time for so many, especially the vulnerable, but we are here to help them and support them so we may get through this time together.”

Slough Outreach set up to help the homeless and vulnerable people in Slough, Windsor, and Maidenhead.