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The Next One Is On

24th March 2019

Sadaqa Day

We were astounded by your generosity and the gifts themselves, which have already brought delight to several children in the locality.
-Ruth Davany, Operations Manager, PAFRAS, Leeds

The hope is that this generation does make a positive mark and events such as Sadaqa Day are a contributing factor.
-Tafazal, Leeds Mosque

I got involved as part of an interfaith women’s group. I felt tired going into the activity but then felt uplifted! I really enjoyed doing something good together.
-Sara, London

What Is Sadaqa Day?

Sadaqa Day is one day of social action. We will be celebrating the next Sadaqa Day on 24th March, 2019. Individuals, community groups, mosques, women’s groups, schools, and individual families can all get involved. Everyone can do something small or large and become part of a wider movement of activity in different parts of the country.

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Take Part In My Sadaqa Day

The next Sadaqa Day is on Sunday, 24th March 2019

#MySadaqaDay Gallery

Here are some examples of the great activities that people organised for Sadaqa Day 2018.

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Jews and Muslims cooking together for the homeless in the kitchen at JW3 in North London.

Student leader Saniya led more than 70 students who made hygiene packs and cooked food for homeless and vulnerable people in Folsom, California.
Lots of litter cleared from streets around the UK supporting Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.
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Knitting group in North London.
Thank you cards and gifts taken to fire station staff in Oxford.

Handmade sign by children in Peterborough.

Who would have thought it would snow in March?  Volunteers in East London cleared it for the fellow residents.
Partnership working is so important. More than 100 partners were involved in 2018 including here in North London working with the Jewish Volunteering Network.
The Islamic Cultural Centre, Regents Park Mosque London collected hundreds of items for the Euston Foodbank.
Interfaith cooking event for homeless people in Wakefield.
Thank you cards and gifts taken to the fire station in Oxford for the workers there.
Knitting group in Slough, Berkshire. Knitting poppies for a remembrance display later in the year.
Litter picking in Peterborough.
Making cards for children at the Royal Free hospital, in the Mosque.

Organisation And Sadaqa

Your organisation has the power to change lives! Join the Sadaqa Day celebrations and make a powerful impact on the society.

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