Mangaluru: Jamiyyatul Falah, a state government award winning charity organization’s Mangaluru Corporation unit distributed fruits among patients of Lady Goshen Hospital, Kairiya Trust Thokkotu Girls School students and HIV care centre ‘Sneha Deepa’ home for children through a program as part of social responsibility of the society on the occasion of Republic day on 26th January 2019.
The event started with the Quran recitation, subsequently inaugurated by the President of Mangalore CorporationUnit Mr. AbdulQadir.
In occasion, the chief doctor and staff members appreciated Jamiyyatul Falah’s contribution to lift the society’s downtrodden community. They appreciated the members of the organization for their commitment and dedication to conduct such an event for a noble cause.
Unit vice President Aboobakar G.H., Secretary Jamal Kudroli, Seniormembers of Jamiyyatul Falah B.S. Mohammed Basheer, M.I.Bava, Salih Koya, Nazeer Ahmed and Mohammed Haneef were also present at the event and distributed the fruits packet to the patients and students.
The program got lot of appreciation from patients and relatives of patients.
Jamiyattul Falah a well-established charity organisation incepted with message ‘Education is the Key to Success’ in the year 1988 by like-minded individuals. It heralded a revolution in creating awareness on education in the Muslim community of DK & Udupi. It has been instrumental in bringing about a sea- change in educational awareness in Muslim community. It made systematic efforts to see that the message ‘Education is the Key to Success’ reached Muslim community in remote parts of the district. It roped in leaders of local jamats, formed taluk level committees and encouraged and guided youths to join the movement. Gulf sector of JF also joined hands to support the cause wholeheartedly.
At present it has 13 units speared over Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district. Four (4) units are actively serving in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail, Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah cities.
Mangaluru: Jamiyyatul Falah distributs fruits among patients to mark R-Day