Human Appeal Australia with Sydney Muslim Cyclists and the community are raising funds for Canterbury Hospital
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Human Appeal Australia in conjunction with Sydney Muslim Cyclists organised the community event including a charity ride followed by a free sausage sizzle at Canterbury Hospital. A designated campaign to support the local Canterbury Hospital, with proceeds generated going to enhance the services provided in the maternity ward within the hospital.
On Sunday 4th of December 2022, almost 100 cyclists joined by Clr. Bilal El-Hayek, peddled from Canterbury Hospital to Brighton or Cronulla and back to Canterbury Hospital for a community gathering including gourmet sausage sizzle organised by Lighthouse Community Services and Jannah Express. The day also included information stalls, amazing family activities like henna and face painting and toy giveaways.
Also showing their support on the day were Canterbury MP Sophie Cotsis, Mayor Khal Asfour, Councillors Bilal El-Hayek, Rachelle Harika and Khodr Saleh, Human Appeal Director Bashar Al-Jamal, Head of Community Care Amin El-Bureeny, Sydney Muslim Cyclists President Dr Tarek Sari, Canterbury Hospital General Manager Michael Morris, and hospital staff and families.
Mr Al-Jamal presented a cheque of $75,000 to Mr Morris to help the hospital to refurbish the Birthing Unit and to enhance the services provided to the local community.
Human Appel Australia would like to thank all involved and reaching out to our community to donate generously to help us to support the hospital. The raised funds will help Canterbury Hospital operate at its best and will not only affect expectant mothers and their babies, but future generations to come.
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