Al-Imdaad Foundation raises £5,600 for Royal Blackburn Hospital

East Lancs based charity organisation Al-Imdaad Foundation UK launched an appeal in May 2013 for Kidney care at Royal Blackburn Hospital supporting the Mayor of Blackburn & Darwen, Salim Mulla’s charity. With support from local communities and around the UK, the organisation have raised £5,600 so far which will help towards purchasing a kidney dialysis machine. Country Director of Al-Imdaad Foundation UK, Abdussamad Mulla stated “This is just the beginning of our campaign, our intention is to raise the full amount for this machine which will cost £20,000. Our appeal will continue as this is to benefit our own communities here in Lancashire”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
     
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