Human Aid UK shares the joy of Eid by visiting children in Hospitals across greater Manchester

By September 19, 2016News

Volunteers from Human Aid UK visit the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Royal Oldham Hospital and the Tameside General hospital putting smiles on the faces of unwell children during the blessed day of Eid.


Many children are going through an extremely difficult time, Human Aid UK volunteers arrived with cars loaded with Eid gifts and cakes which were met with joy from the children and appreciation from both parents and staff.

Aamir Hamza, a volunteer, commented: “Eid is a day of celebration, and we want all kids to share in the happiness, whatever background they come from regardless if they are Muslim or not.”

The Muslim community came together across greater Manchester making donations to help purchase gifts for children. In total there was enough gifts for 150 children!

It was a day met with Joy and happiness. The Volunteers and children engaged very well and took fun pictures together. It left a big smile on the faces of volunteers and most importantly the children.

Human Aid UK promotes sustainable economic and social development, by working closely with community members from all walks of life. The motto of Human Aid UK is ‘Bringing Hope to Life’ which they aim to achieve, with the support of their donors, through flagship projects like this.