The Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association will be holding their own Charity Walk for Peace in Croydon on the 27th April, 2019 at Lloyd Park.
This National Charity Walk for Peace has been taking place since 1985 at various venues around the United Kingdom with thousands participating each year. Over £5m has been raised and distributed to more than 364 charities.
Last year they were given the permission, from their Centre to hold their own charity walk as well as taking part with the national charity walk, this was felt to be a more inclusive and natural expansion of the Charity Walk for Peace mission.
About the Charity Walk for Peace
Inspired by the tenets of Islam, the Charity Walk for Peace aims to relieve suffering and serve mankind regardless of colour, creed or race. By bringing people together to help others it works to promote peace, engender greater understanding and promote goodwill amongst people from all walks of life.
It is passionately believed that “ Serving humanity requires that a person does not rest until he has solved the problems of others and takes the weight of their burdens onto his own shoulders. It requires that a person’s heart is consumed by the love for others, whereby he cares not for his own comfort- but rather cares only for the comfort of others.” Hence “ Love for All Hatred for None.”
With these principles and aims in mind you are invited to join in to have many people take part in the Charity Walk for Peace in Croydon. It will be an event that will directly challenge the hate and knife crime that is on the increase in all areas including Croydon, which destroys lives and causes suffering to the greater family and the community at large. By working together, we can all give that powerful practical example of Love for the community, and by showcasing the works that you do, you can give comfort to those that are in need of your brilliant specialists services.
Contact: Khaleel Miyan
Baitus Subhan Mosque, 259 St.James’s Road, Croydon, CR0 2US
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