Harrow Central Mosque donates £11k to hospital

31st Jan 2020
Harrow Central Mosque donates £11k to hospital

Harrow Central Mosque reps hand cheque to London North West Healthcare Charity
(Courtesy of Harrow Central Mosque)

Nadine Osman

Members of Harrow’s Muslim community showed their appreciation for the work of Northwick Park Hospital by generously donating £11,000.

Representatives from Harrow Central Mosque, including its founder Mohammed Ilyas, handed a cheque to London North West Healthcare Charity and staff on the Chaucer ward on January 7.

The money will be spent on sensory and communications equipment for children with special needs and their families. The service provides physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy for more than 2,000 children and young people with learning and developmental needs across Harrow.

Chair Nasir Bashir Warsi said it is imperative the Muslim community “engages with the wider community and show it’s kindness to improving local much-needed services in and around Harrow.

The generosity of Harrow Muslim community is evident from the size of a donation and we hope this continues.”

Jaqueline Docherty, Chief Executive of London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, added: “It’s great to have the support of the mosque given our large Muslim community, and we hope this is the start of a great relationship.”

 

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