Shah Jahan Mosque Flood Relief Activities in Pakistan

Monday, August 12, 2013 - 02:43

Pakistan Flood Relief Update

The Shah Jahan Mosque, has played a leading role in the community to help raise funds for those affected by the natural disaster caused by the floods in Pakistan in 2010. It raised over £180,000 for the flood relief effort and sent a team of volunteers to Pakistan to help rebuild a number of villages, which it aims to help over the short and long term. These villages will hopefully become self sufficient and maintain a link both with the Shah Jahan Mosque and also Woking thorough the work undertaken. The video below shows a snapshot of some of the amazing work the volunteers from Woking carried out to help those that were affected by the floods in Pakistan in 2010, may Allah (swt) reward everyone who took part in the project.

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