27 Feb

Homeless are welcome

We open our doors to the city’s homeless brothers and sisters.

Last night we opened our doors to the city’s homeless “brothers and sisters” and we continue to do this during the cold wave.

We will be providing evening meals and shelter at Canterbury Mosque, so please spread the word. If you see someone out then get in touch with us or give them a lift to Canterbury Mosque.

We need to do this as a joint effort from all residents of Canterbury. We, the residents, can take it upon ourselves to look after our own. So I urge all the residence of Canterbury the next time you pass by a homeless person get them a warm drink and spend a few minutes talking to them. Let them know that there are warm places for them to go.

Thank you for all your efforts.


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  • Angharad Sanders 8:28 pm - March 1, 2018

    I didn’t know about this til I got home but there is a homeless man outside the Sainsburys local and a lady by east ridge hospital – I saw them an hour ago and gave them food/hot drink

  • Editor 12:05 am - March 2, 2018

    That’s very kind of you Angharad and thanks for informing us.
    I think, the gentleman outside Sainsbury’s has been asked by the Imam, but not sure about the lady. Will inform the volunteers now.

  • Georgia 9:35 pm - March 2, 2018

    Can I help out at all?

  • Nasirdeen Alimi 9:45 pm - March 2, 2018

    Really great job guys, JazakAllahu khayran…May Allah reward y’all abundantly👍😇

  • Ayesha Masood 9:57 pm - March 2, 2018

    We can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone. Humanity and kindness can bridge all the gaps and break all the barriers. JazakAllah

  • Rubina 11:21 pm - March 2, 2018

    Jazakallah. May allah reward u for this effort.

  • Juliette 6:42 pm - March 5, 2018

    Hi, I live in Canterbury, do you need any help from volunteers at the mosque?

  • Anthony Ham 7:07 pm - June 7, 2018

    Excellent work and generosity.
    As a former homeless person this kind of thing is so nice.

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