23rd January 2022
Muqami Region Organised its Virtual Charity Cheque distribution ceremony for the funds raised in its regional walk back in September 2021 in Association with EastHants District Council.
Since 2017, this cheque distribution ceremony is considered to be the conclusion of yearlong efforts and hard work of CWFP regional and national team. This year due to pandemic council and regional team decided to keep this event virtual. More than 30 people attended the ceremony including representatives of benefitting charities, Councillors from East Hampshire District Council, Deputy Leader of the Council Cllr Julie Butler and Rt. Hon Damian Hinds MP for East Hants District.
Mr Zaheer Jatoi Chairman National Charity Walk for Peace chaired the ceremony.
After recitation and translation of Holy Quran Mr Zakariyya Choudhry Regional Nazim e Ala briefly informed all in attendance about the history of Charity Walk for Peace and its contributions toward the common good locally and nationally. Cllr Julie Butler Deputy Leader EHDC highlighted the achievements of regional walk since its start and announced the date for next year’s walk, which is decided to happen on 21st May 2022 in Hogmoor Inclosure “a beautiful and scenic park situated in beautiful town of Bordon just a few miles from Hadiqa tul Mahdi”.
Rt. Hon Damian Hinds addressing the ceremony thanked Ahmaiyya Muslims Elders Association, Ahmadiyya Muslim Association and Charity Walk for Peace for their phenomenal work towards building a cohesive society and helping the less privileged members of the society. He also expressed his delight for being a part of this cooperation between EHDC and CWFP since its start.
All participating charities also had the opportunity to introduce their organisations and inform everyone how they plan to spend the funds they received in the ceremony.
Mr Zaheer Jatoi Chairman National Charity Walk for Peace concluded proceedings of the ceremony by a short speech and silent prayer. In his speech, he said: “It was a great effort by the teams at EHDC and CWFP to get the walk going again this year and we are delighted to be able to bring some benefit to the local community.
“CWFP” is committed to supporting the local area in any way it can and raising money through the Charity Walk for Peace continues to be a successful way to do that.”
The seven charities to receive funding from the event 1100 each this year were:
Havant & East Hants MIND
Liss Crossover Youth Centre
Swallows Trampoline Club – Disability section
The Kingsley Organisation
Attenborough Explorer Scout Group
Charity Walk for Peace Online Cheque Presentation Ceremony Sunday 23rd January.
|1||Rizwan Ullah Khan||AMEA||17||Judith Leslie Smith||Kingsley Organisation|
|2||Mo Luqman Chaudhry||AMEA||18||Mandie Molyneux||Artscape|
|3||Za Chaudhry||AMEA||19||Peter Knott||Attenborough ESU|
|4||Georgia Loud||EHDC||20||John Noe||Liss Youth Cross Over|
|5||Lisa Clements||EHDC||21||John de la Perrelle||Liss Youth Cross Over|
|6||Will Parsons||EHDC||22||Marie-Anne Phillips||The Land Trust|
|7||Cllr Julie Butler||EHDC||23||Mr Zaheer Jatoi||CWFP|
|9||Cllr Adam Carew||EHDC||24||Mr Imran||CWFP|
|10||Cllr Sally Pond||EHDC||25||Lynn Joyce||Swallows Trampoline Club|
|11||Cllr Paul Wigman||EHDC||26||Jeff Williams||Dementia Friends|
|12||Cllr Anthony Williams||EHDC||27||Amanda Buckley||Dementia Friends|
|13||Damien Hinds MP||Local MP||28||Audrey Morton||Dementia Friends|
|14||Sian Manning||WHBCT||29||Juliette Stubbings||Dementia Friends|
|15||Emma Fyfield||WHBCT||30||Stefani Dent||Kingsley Organisation|
|16||Ross Borman||Havant & EH Mind||31||Mike Lock||Havant & EH Mind|
The Charity Walk for Peace was founded in the service of humanity, rooted in the call of duty and substantiated by our mission actuated not by consideration of reciprocity or reputation but rather our desire to win the pleasure of God through service to his creation. Our aim is to relieve the suffering of the poor and to promote peace, understanding and goodwill amongst people of all walks of life.
The Charity Walk for Peace is an initiative of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association – part of the UK’s oldest established Muslim community. 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.
Since its inception in 1985, the walk has been held at different venues across the UK with thousands participating each year. To date, over £8.9 million has been distributed to over 600 UK registered charities. A number of regional charity receptions and walks are organised throughout the UK culminating with the annual event organised to benefit various charities that provide practical help and support to vulnerable people.
We want to help society and support charitable endeavours and demonstrate loyalty to our country and nation. The distinctive feature of the charity walk for peace is that all organisers are unpaid volunteers and have no administrative costs. All operational costs are met by membership subscriptions.
EVERY PENNY RAISED GOES TO CHARITY
We are coming together, with hundreds of special guests on Thursday 26th May 2022 to celebrate the great achievements of our Queen during her remarkable 70-year reign.
This will be a Special Reception & Dinner in honour of Her Majesty the queens PLATINUM JUBILEE
(The first-ever British monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee).
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