The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Georgia (AMAG) held its first Blood Drive on Saturday, 2 February 2019 in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The event was held in AMAG’s office, in partnership with the National Blood Bank and AG MELCO Elevator Georgia Co LLC. A total of 17 people attended, with 9 people donating blood.
The National Blood Bank expressed immense gratitude for the donation and hoped to work with AMAG in the future. Alhamdolillah.
The following day, on 3 February, AMAG held its first Peace Seminar.
The Peace Seminar aims to spread peace, love, harmony and most importantly the true teachings of Islam across Georgia. The event consisted of two short speeches on historical personalities that undertook peace work, a speech on the Ahmadiyya Jamaat and their peace work, a quiz competition based on the speeches, lunch and a prize and gift ceremony.
26 people attended the event, which was held from 12pm to 3pm. All participants were given gift bags containing AMAG pens and notepads, as well as an introductory pamphlet to the Ahmadiyya Community and some extracts in the form of a booklet from Hazrat Amirul Momineen’saa speeches.
The participants advised that this event was unique for them, and expressed their gratitude and willingness to attend future events. Alhamdolillah.