Saturday, May 7th, 2016 - Ahmadiyya Muslim Association NSW

More than 300 Ahmadi Muslim men and women took part in this year’s Red Cross Calling appeal

 

Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia have collected more than $44,000 for ‘Red Cross Calling Appeal’ 2016 during the month of March. The event was organized and coordinated by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia (AMYA). The figures came yesterday when the final collections were successfully submitted in Red Cross Australia’s bank account. National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia, Imam Inamul Haq Kauser thanked and praised the efforts of the volunteer involved. Following is a snapshot of the collections by each Australia State; 

 

State

Collections

NSW

$17,064

VIC

$16,061

SA

$4,653.70

QLD

$4,268.05

ACT

$1,526

WA

$487

TAS

$391.90

NT

$25

TOTAL

$44,477

 

 

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia had set up 40 collection points all over Australia. These collection points include railway stations, shopping centres, airports, CBD areas and designated traffic signals. The Association has a long history of helping Red Cross Australia in organizing door-knock appeals and collecting blood donations.

 

END.                                                      National: www.Ahmadiyya.org.au                                  International: www.alislam.org

 

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