Al-Imdaad Foundation UK has continued to expand its ‘Spread Peace’ campaign by delivering chocolate boxes to various localities. As an international aid relief organisation, Al-Imdaad Foundation UK has always focused on local projects as well as operating in over 73 countries around the world. After the recent attacks in Manchester, London and the fire at Grenfell Tower, the organisation has increased the efforts here locally by spreading messages of love, care, compassion, and peace.

Country Director of Al-Imdaad Foundation UK AbdussamadMulla states, “With so much hatred and pain witnessed over the past few months here in the UK, we have decided to continue and increase our efforts by spreading peace and love with our neighbours across the country. At the end of the day, fire cannot be fought with fire, hate cannot be fought with hate, pain cannot be addressed with more pain.  We must counter darkness with light, we must counter oppression with mercy, we must repel division with unity and we must all repel hate with love.” The delivery of chocolates took place in Manchester, Bury, Bolton, Blackburn, Whalley, Billington, Preston, London, and many other locations.

“We will continue spreading good and show those that have evil intentions that it will never disunite us as a country. Great Britain will become stronger and we the British people will always remain united no matter what trials we may face,” said AbdussamadMulla.

Al-Imdaad Foundation UK recently supported the Christies Hospital Manchester and Blackburn Royal Hospital with medical equipment as well as continuous feeding programmes locally, such as every Sunday in Blackburn the needy are provided hot meals and so far over 20,000 meals have been distributed in last 3 years.

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