The annual AMYA Charity Challenge 2015

On 25th April, the annual AMYA Charity Challenge will be in full force in Hyde Park, London. Established in the 1980s, the challenge invites people to walk, run or cycle to raise money for charity. An event that raises approximately a quarter of a million pounds a year, the AMYA charity challenge has become a flagship for the Muslim Youth Association.

The East Midlands based Champions After Dinner Speakers agency have provided a celebrity personal appearance in the form of cricketing legend, Matthew Hoggard MBE. A wonderful personality who is sure to rally the troops on Saturday morning, ‘Hoggy’ is looking forward to having fun and raising money for such a worthwhile cause. Hoggard’s appearance is following on from a partnership struck by AMYA and Champions Speakers last year, after England’s most capped player, Peter Shilton OBE, appeared at the event and boosted the fundraising efforts even further.

Regarding the event, Hoggard had this to say:

“The AMYA Charity Challenge is a great event and I’m excited to be a part of something that creates so much money for very worthwhile causes. The challenge supports so many charities, including Rainbows Hospice who I’m a proud supporter and patron of.

 I hope to see lots of people at the event on Saturday and for the AMYA to be breaking records once again!”     

 To be involved in the AMYA 10k Charity Challenge on the 25th April, get down to Hyde Park at 08:00am for registration and promote our message of ‘Love For All, Hatred For None’.

MKA News: Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth give £340,000 to charity | Houses of Parliament

By the Grace of Allah, Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya UK hosted a reception at the House of Lords, London on 28 January 2015 for the charities that the Majlis had worked with over the year to highlight the message of Islam and how Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya is engaging with the local communities and being part of society. The key theme was Mercy4ManKind highlighting the status and teachings of the Holy Prophet [saw]. The cheques were also presented to the charities. Continue reading MKA News: Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth give £340,000 to charity | Houses of Parliament


Muslim youth from the world’s largest organised Muslim community were hosted at the Houses of Parliament with their charity partners and dignitaries by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon today, to mark their contribution to charity and volunteering in British society.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) presented 45 cheques to UK based charities totalling £340,000 that they have raised through fund raising activities throughout last year. This figure brings the total funds raised by AMYA for UK charities to £1.5 million. The list of charities includes the Royal British Legion, Barnado’s, NSPCC, British Heart Foundation, Humanity First, The Silver Line, CLIC Sargent and MacMillan Cancer Support. The majority of the funds are raised through AMYA’s annual flagship charity event called the ‘Mercy For Mankind’ Charity Challenge. ‘Mercy For Mankind’ refers to the title that was given to Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the Qur’an and serves as the inspiration for all charitable work carried out by the group. Continue reading PARLIAMENT WELCOMES MUSLIM YOUTHS WHO RAISED £1.5 MILLION FOR BRITISH CHARITIES


Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) scaled the UK’s highest three mountains to raise money for charity and to promote peace.


The 30 young volunteers pushed themselves to the limit by climbing the highest mountains in Scotland (Ben Nevs), England (Scaffel Pike) and Wales (Snowden) over two days. They were able to raise more than £7,500 for the British Red Cross. Continue reading MUSLIMS TAKING PEACE TO NEW HEIGHTS

MKA Charity Challenge