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Eid is a day of joy & happiness, especially for children especially for those that are less fortunate that us due to ill health. The Dawah Committee at Muhammad Masjid came up with a new initiative to work with the local hospital with patients that are children with an illness from a Non-Muslim background.
On the day of Hajj 2014 and 2015, members from the Masjid visited the Airedale Hospital Pediatrics Ward on a Friday after Jummah Prayer. The children at the hospital were given gifts from the Masjid members after a short sermon on the importance of Eid, Hajj and the importance of sacrifice.
Each child on the ward was given a gift of their choice in the presence of their parents, the nurses got a box gift each and a box of chocolate. The nurses were all Non-Muslims and were very appreciative of these gifts given to them. Over 30 gifts were handed out to the children in the hospital and some gifts were left with the staff to give to other children that will come into the ward over the weekend, this was to identify that Eid ul Adha is not a short Eid but lasts for 3 days.
The smiles on the kids’ faces were Priceless. Masha Allah the children, parents and staff were very happy and appreciative of the Eid gifts given by the masjid management. The hospital wants to work with us on future outreach work projects with the elderly and the children.
Below is a picture of the many gifts that were handed out.
This was covered by the local newspaper and was posted online. Below is the link to the article. Masha Allah the children, parents and staff were very happy and appreciative of the Eid gifts given by the masjid management. The hospital wants to work with us on future outreach work projects with the elderly and the children.