Jazak Allah Khair for visiting Ayesha Siddiqa Girls School yesterday to deliver the Certificate Ceremony. The students thoroughly enjoyed fundraising for a worthy cause. The delivery of the program was very conclusive and highly engaging for the students. The Certificate Ceremony was planned really well and the prizes were fantastic. I specifically like the way each and every student was appreciated and acknowledged for their contribution, regardless of whether they raised any funds, or not. Every student was happy receiving a certificate, a medal and others prizes!
"It was a really good experience and nice to help people less fortunate than us."
"Wow! I can't believe I came first from the whole madrasah! I'm so happy with my present!"
"It was fun and interesting, also educational as it was a charity for a good cause."
"I would like to thank Physicians Across Continents for giving our children the opportunity to raise money for this great cause, and for motivating our children to appreciate what they have and helping the ones who are less fortunate. It was also very considerate of them to gift the children with gifts, presents and certificates. We pray Allah accept all our efforts."
'Was able to teach me charity is not about the prizes. It's the goodness we get from Allah (swt). And you are helping your Islamic family.'
"It was good. I liked it because I got a chance to help the needy and a chance to make Allah happy. And I would like to thank you for giving me the chance."
We are so proud of our students, Masha'Allah. And we would like to extend our thanks to PAC, a wonderful organisation who helped bring life to our teachings of Tarbiyya.
First of all, we are so grateful to Allah who gave us the ability to complete such a great project. It was an all-school effort from our 200 students, staff and administrative personnel. The experience was amazing. Finally, the support, guidance and patience we received from PAC were extraordinary. May Allah accept the efforts of everyone involved.
"It was a very good donation and they should keep on doing it to raise more money to help Rohingya. The prizes were very good."