Last Updated on 17th April 2020
Over the past month, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK has been supporting those on the front line and vulnerable members of the public through a number of campaigns, including:
– Assisting 600 NHS staff with food packages and PPE supplies
– Supplying 3,200 households with food parcels and medicine
– Established 25 foodbanks across the UK
Abdul Quddus Arif Sahib, Sadr Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK said:
‘‘In these tough times, many may feel insecure and afraid, but our message to fellow Brits is one of solidarity, unity and security; our message is that we are there for you and if you need us, you need only call and we will respond.
‘‘As Muslims, love for our nation is a part of our faith and we also believe that being grateful is a duty upon all Muslims.’’
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK has been working hard across various campaigns during 2019-2020. Through their efforts, they have donated 7,700kg of food and 4,100kg of clothes, made 4,000 welfare visits, donated 750 units of blood, planted 37,000 trees and much more alongside holding charity runs known as the Charity Challenge to raise more than a million pounds for British charities.
During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK has helped 3,200 households, 23 charities and food banks, 20 local councils and 600 NHS staff. AMYA is also holding regular classes and hosting online content reaching the masses.