The Islamic Unity Society recently received an award by Sufra NW London in recognition of our “support in challenging poverty and disadvantage in the London Borough of Brent”.
Mohammed Mamdani, Director of Sufra NW London said “it [Sufra NW London] brings together hundreds, if not thousands of people from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds to contribute to the common good of those who live on our doorstep.”
Dr Mohammad Ehsan Rangiha, Chair of the Islamic Unity Society, one of the founding members of Sufra NW London, said: “giving charity, feeding the homeless and looking after the poor are amongst the most recommended actions in the religion of Islam. […] We are grateful for the commitment of all those involved and hope that through this partnership we can contribute towards reducing poverty in NW London and, hopefully, expand to other boroughs.”
You can read the full article about Sufra NW London and the awards ceremony on the link below.