On November 6th, AMYA UK held the #VoicesforPeace live fundraiser, in aid of the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Almost £50,000 has so far been raised supporting our affiliated charities that are working tirelessly to provide aid to the innocent civilians who continue to lose their lives from this devastating crisis.
Cancer Research UK Shine Night Walks
In October, our team of volunteers had supported the ShineNight 2023 charity walks for Cancer Research UK, in several cities including Leicester, Leeds and Cambridge!
The teams supported the event with marshalling and providing refreshments. With the great number of volunteers, we contributed to very successful events!
On 15th October, we hosted our Childrens Obstacle Course Charity Challenge.
The children took part, either on their own or in a team, in the event to fundraise for a village in Gambia, called Mure Kunda. This is part of a rehabilitation project where the funds will provide for facilities such as electricity, new water systems and a community centre.
On 8th October, our team of volunteers supported the Royal Half Marathon event in London.
With our great numbers, we provided manpower at different areas of the circuit, contributing to the massive success of the marathon!
We have launched our Blood Drive! Blood donation is a safe and simple process that can make a big difference in the lives of others. Just one donation can save up to three lives!
Click to register today and help save up to three lives!
At the National Ijtema of 2023, we had hosted a Bikeathon challenge. The aim of the challenge was to peddle the length of the entire UK within 3 days! We had lots of participation and all fundraising was in support of Humanity First to provide disaster and humanitarian relief abroad.
On 1st July, AMYA branches of Midlands area held its annual 5K Family Fun Run event, held at the Arboretum Park in Walsall. The event helped raise thousands in aid of Fare Share Midlands and Humanity First Walsall Food Bank. Special thanks to Laura, Head of Development Fare Share Midlands and all special invitees on coming along to this great event!
On the 24th of June, our volunteers had organised a Disaster Response course to help people learn how to provide support in times of crisis. The course included topics such as organisational expertise, risk management and first-aid techniques such as CPR.
Give your support to our 24 hour Football Marathon event taking place at Watford FC Training ground on 20th/21st May! This amazing event is in aid of Watford FC Trust and Humanity First, for more details visit:
Turkey and Syria Earthquake Support
Our medical and non-medical youth volunteers have been out supporting the crisis relief support our charity partner Humanity First have been providing. You can also help donate towards our support on the following link: www.justgiving.com/hfturkeysyriaappeal
We have partnered up with FareShare in Birmingham to help launch the Midlands Food Project! Our weekly support will help thousands recieve the support they need especially during this difficult period of Cost of Living Crisis
The Winter Campaign of 2022 was the busiest yet! With 7 tonnes of food donated, 2500 meals given to the vulnerable, and almost 7,000 manhours spent in supporting our local communities during the festive period
Thank you to all those who nominated members of the public for the Festive Gift Basket! We recieved hundreds of requests, attracted 100+ media publications with an overall conservative outreach of 1.24 million!
AMYA support collections for Marie Curie
AMYA have been supporting collections this winter for Marie Curie. Our volunteers were out in Liverpool and will be supporting collections across several locations in the North
Humanity First held their annual Telethon event on Saturday 5th November, helping to raise an amazing £275,000! AMYA volunteers were involved with the event, helping to create the buzz with the 'You Decide' gameshow event!
AMYA held the 10K Tilford Fundraiser in aid of the All-Saints Church located in Tilford. The event helped raise over £20,000 to go towards the repairing of the church's roof. The fundraiser attracted attention of local and national news including BBC News, Independant News, Evening Standard and more