Islam group hand out gifts to young homeless people in Sheffield

Young vulnerable adults in Sheffield were treated to gift bags from a city-based voluntary organisation.

Friday, 15th May 2020, 10:51 am
Updated Friday, 15th May 2020, 1:58 pm

The An Nasiha team, which aims to help people keep firm, or reinstate, their connection with Islam, recently visited homeless charity Roundabout.

They handed out gift packs for the residents, which were donated by the group’s followers, giving an insight into the religion and the holy month of Ramadan. Roundabout cares for young vulnerable adults, many of whom have come from deprived backgrounds.

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The An Nasiha team with their gift bags

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