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UK: Ahmadiyya Muslims in Huddersfield to donate their wages to help terror victims


On Monday (June 5) workers across the country will give at least one hour of their wages while children will be asked to donate their pocket money.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: The Huddersfield Daily Examiner
By Emma Davison | June 5, 2017

Muslims in Huddersfield are donating their wages to help the victims of the terror attack in Manchester.

On Monday (June 5) workers across the country will give at least one hour of their wages while children will be asked to donate their pocket money.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association UK is organising the Manchester Victim Support Appeal.

It aims to raise £50,000 to help the British Red Cross efforts in the city to support the families of those killed and injured in the atrocity.

The fundraiser takes place during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Those taking part will donate at least one hour of wages from 11am, with those able to asked to contribute a day’s wages.


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