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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia will enthusiastically take part in #Walk4PeaceAus in Western Sydney on Sunday 2nd September 2018 to raise funds for Dementia Australia. Around 200 members are expected to attend this event. It will be a fun-filled day for all ages with participants able to either run, walk or jog the 5km track with the aim to raise $6,000.
This event is organised entirely by unpaid volunteers with no administrative costs and all the money raised will be donated to Dementia Australia NSW. This will help fund invaluable support, education and resources for people living with dementia, their carers, families and friends.
National president of Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia, Waqas Ahmad states: 
"We wish to support Dementia Australia in their fight against Dementia by hosting a charity walk to raise funds for this cause. Service to mankind is the essence of Islam therefore we hope this will relieve the suffering and help the needy. It’s the little steps that lead to big steps towards a better future for people affected by dementia and Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth chapter of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is delighted to contribute to this cause.”
General Manager of Fundraising for Dementia Australia, Simon Crowson states:
“Dementia Australia looks forward to working with Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association on what will surely be another outstanding event. The day will be a great way for people to come together and help raise awareness and support those impacted by dementia.
As always, I would like to thank AMYA for their continual support and hope the event is a great success on the day. “
#Walk4PeaceAus will take place on Sunday 2nd September starting 8am at Tench Reserve, Jamisontown NSW
Registration will cost $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for children, while those under the age of five going for free. For more information, to register or to donate, visit MemoryWalk.com.au/events/87/Walk-For-Peace-NSW

About the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth:
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth (AMY) is a nationwide youth group that works with young Muslim men and boys around the country. The association serves as the young men and boys auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia is a unique, dynamic and vibrant organisation serving not only the needs of its members but also Australian society. In Australia, the organisation was officially established in 1983 and now has 24 local branches in all major cities of Australia, with a membership of over 1,000. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia has been leaders in some of Australian largest charities including Clean Up Australia Day, National Tree Day, Red Cross Blood Donation etc. This work ranges from assisting the charities with manpower and fundraising money. For more information please visit the official website: Khuddam.org.au | twitter: @MkaAus | Email: //www.medianet.com.au/releases/166896/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Humanity First Australia


Young Men and Kids Walk for a Noble Cause

On Sunday, the 8th of January 2006, Majlise Khuddamul Ahmadiyya Australia and Humanity First jointly organised a 'Walkathon' in order to raise funds for the Royal Institute of Deaf and Blind Children.

The day began with the Khuddam (young men) and Atfal (kids under 16) gathering at the Bait-Ul-Huda mosque in Western Sydney at 10am. The 'walk' took place in the Blacktown region and commenced with a silent prayer led by President Khuddam, Amzad Habib Khan.

This 'walk' was approximately 10kms long and around 30 Khuddam participated in it. It was a typical summer's day in Sydney, so fruits and drinks were provided at various points during the 'walk' to keep the Khuddam refreshed. At the same time as the Khuddam were walking, the Atfal were also keen to get into the spirit of things, so around 20 Atfal walked for 2kms around the vicinity of Bait-Ul-Huda Mosque.