Karimia wins charity of the year award
On Friday 31st January in Manchester, Karimia Institute was awarded the ‘charity of the year’ at the British Muslim Awards, Alhamdulillah. We beat some stiff competition to gain this award, we were up against some very reputable and well-established organisations, including:
- Insaan (Reading)
- HRF Haji Rafique Foundation
- Said Foundation (London)
- Abu Hanifah Foundation (Blackburn)
- Muslim Youth Helpline
- Hajjah Naziha Charitable Organisation (Nelson)
- Cambridge Muslim College (Cambridge)
- The Islamic Foundation For Ecology And Environmental Sciences (Birmingham
- The Federation of Student Islamic Societies (London)
We are pleased to have been selected to receive this award. We are honoured to have our work recognised in this way by the British Muslim Awards. It means so much to us that the work we do so passionately also resonates with others.
This accomplishment is not something that we did alone, and there are many others who deserve to share in this award. We would like to thank all the staff of Karimia Institute, as well as those who provided financial or emotional support along the way. We would also like to thank our volunteers for their love and support throughout this journey.
Last, but not least, thank you again to British Muslim Awards for offering recognition to organisations like ours. I hope that this recognition of our work can serve as an inspiration to others in the field.
We will continue our efforts to continue developing our community and look forward to bringing about positive changes for many years to come. We are humbled and appreciative.