Sadaqah Jariyah for Mohammed Abdul Khaled

£2,053 of £1,000 raised

My name is Ikram and I am fundraising for my beloved father who lost his battle against Covid-19 (Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Wa Raji’un).

For the past 6/7 years, my dad had fought many illnesses and has suffered a lot of pain, from dislocating his lower back discs, Gall stones + Kidney stones removal, removal of small bowel in which he was hospitalised for nearly 2 years, to the most recent of severe weight loss resulting in daily application of a nutritional bag at home. He managed to fight for his life even when doctors were certain he wouldn’t make it. Who would of thought, this time he wouldn’t.

He would always stay positive, be comical and loving towards his family and would provide so much energy towards every little thing he did for us. My dad has always been big on giving money, food and resources to the poorly and less fortunate; we want to use the money to provide water to Rohingya Muslims Insha’allah. It would mean a lot to me and my family for your contributions no matter how big or small. Insha’allah it gets accepted for Sadaqah Jariyah for my dad. Jazakha’allah’khairan.

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