Muslim Youth Walk 500,000 Steps, Raise Money for Food Bank

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Young Muslim students in Canterbury, Kent, have walked 500,000 steps in an effort to raise money for Children Breakfast Packs for Canterbury Food bank.

“The Canterbury Muslim Youth Club started mid-January from around 15 of Muslim youth. They wanted to start a fundraiser to help the local charities and Canterbury food bank was asking for donations to buy breakfast food packs to local children in need,” Mohamed Ali Elassal, chairman of Canterbury Mosque, told AboutIslam.net via mail.

“The pack costs £2.5. So, the kids wanted to raise £500 for it and decided to do something compatible with the lockdown guidelines.

“Walking steps was the best idea as you can do it at home or during your once a day outdoor exercise.”

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