After a strenuous but rewarding week managing 100 children through a holiday program schedule filled with activities, Islamic education, sports, mentoring, and of course, heaps of FUN! We were contacted by local papers to be featured in their local papers. Enjoy!
Aah so where do we begin? Some of you might ask why big boss Zayed himself isn’t writing this blogpost. Apparently, the general consensus is that I was the one who was the least busy on the day and appeared to be in the best position to gauge how the event was panning out. Although Read more about Life after the Canterbury Eid Festival 2015[…]
As Muslims, we believe that we should care about the earth so the Nawawi Center have always taken sustainability issues seriously and believe small actions can have a big effect. Where possible we try to reduce our carbon footprint with small efforts like recycling and taking home organics from our events or using biodegradable plates. Read more about Go Green Expo 2015[…]
The NC team helped the Canterbury Muslim Community Trust host an Eid celebration. With roughly 160 in attendance, the hall was packed. We asked families to register precious art or heirlooms they could bring and we prepared descriptions of their items beforehand for browsing and viewing. Special guests from the police, government, and NGOs were invited to Read more about Eid Community Dinner 2015[…]