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Hi everyone, welcome to my London Marathon Fundraising page! My name is Rayman Khan, born and…
Hi everyone, welcome to my London Marathon Fundraising page!
My name is Rayman Khan, born and bred Lutonian, and this year (God Willing) I am going to run the London Marathon on the 3rd October 2021, on behalf of a local charity (FOBE).
The London Marathon is a total length of 26.2 miles, yes guys, a gruelling 26.2 miles!
Many of you must be thinking why am I running such a long distance (I’m thinking the same thing)?!?
I really want to raise awareness and also raise money for the charity FOBE (Friends of Bright Eyes).
FOBE is a charity that is close to my heart, as I have a very special person who I love dearly, my beautiful daughter Anniyah, who has additional special needs, even though Anniyah doesn’t use the services provided by FOBE, I understand the value and the important need for organisations such as FOBE.
FOBE’s aim is to improve the quality of life for disabled children and their families. FOBE makes a real difference through their dedicated team helping to deliver projects such as activity clubs, trips and outings, holiday play schemes, and other exciting experiences, thus improving the lives of these children and families.
Children with disabilities get an opportunity to partake in the fun, exciting experiences which they may otherwise not be able to access, increasing their self-esteem, building friendships, and being happier.
Parents/Carers get a chance to rest and recuperate, spend time with other family members, lower their stress levels, and reduce the risk of family breakdown.
So, help me raise an amazing amount to help FOBE and to give these children and their families the care and support they deserve.
Please share with family, friends, and work colleagues.
Don’t forget every pound helps, so don’t be shy to donate any amount.
Thank you all in advance and look out for me on the TV on 3rd October, I will need your prayers and support to finish the race!
Our brother Abu Dujjana was a pioneer in raising money for various charities and good causes.…
Our brother Abu Dujjana was a pioneer in raising money for various charities and good causes.
Through his Archery Club, every year he would bring all the brothers together to raise substantial amounts for charity.
He was an inspirational brother for the whole community, touching the hearts of whomever he encountered.
Sadly, last year due to Covid, he passed away, Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un.
One of his most memorable fundraising events took place in 2017 when he led a team of brothers to Mount Snowdon to raise money for Oakwood Primary School, here in Luton.
Many brothers were with him on that climb, and they all personally saw the struggle he went through to reach the top.
His dedication, charisma and commitment were admirable, and he wanted to fulfil his promise to his donors that he will make it to the top.
After the climb, he expressed his desire to climb Ben Nevis for another equally beneficial cause.
Qadr Allah, he planned, and Allah planned, and Allah is the best of planners, and Abu Dajjana passed away before he could fulfil that promise.
May Allah grant him the highest Jannah, Ameen.
Now we want to carry on with his legacy, in-shā’-Allāh, this August we are attempting to walk 150km along the West Highland Way!
A route that starts on the outskirts of Glasgow and ends in Fort William.
We then want to climb Ben Nevis on the last day, to fulfil Abu Dujjana’s wish.
We want to continue his aspiration to raise money for a worthy cause, and after consultation with our local charity Crisis Aid, we have decided to help a school in The Gambia, and we will be constructing a Masjid adjacent to the school, where approximately 3,000 children will benefit from it.
Imagine all the prayers, the ablutions, adkaars, Quran recitation and all the worship that will be taking place there, Abu Dajjana, all those that donate and participate in this noble cause will get rewarded for.