Human Appeal Australia’s Community Care always cares for the needs of the community especially during emergencies and seasons like Ramadan.
In Ramadan 2022 The Community Care Division at HAA provided support to several schools to organise Ramadan Iftar Dinners.
On the 28th April Burwood Girls High School carried out its Annual Ramadan Iftar Dinner with over 200 guests including Mr Jihad Dib, MP and a number of VIP guests, students and their parents. After such a difficult 2 years due to Corona’s restrictions, the long awaited gathering at Burwood Girls High School were such a success.
Meanwhile on 29th April at Lurnea High School was such a special event. The Annual Iftar Dinner had record numbers of guests again, with well over 300 participants including The Mayor for Liverpool Ned Mannoun, Clr. and member for Werriwa Ms Anne Stanley, MP. Students, parents and staff came together, from all cultural backgrounds, to celebrate Ramadan and develop a shared understanding with their Muslim colleagues, brothers and sisters. Br Abdul Fattah Abu Mahmoud HAA’s Digital Transformation Manager addressed the audience with a speech highlighting the 30 years long history HAA spent serving those in need.
On the same day Arakana College held its iftar Dinner with the participation of the newly appointed Principal Osman Karolia. The food was very delicious, the deserts were such a treat and the joy was apparent on the happy faces of students and guests. All praised this great initiative from Human Appeal to support the community and share the pleasure of feeding the fasting in Ramadan.