MWWA Sisters Iftar 2022

Every year, the month of Ramadan brings a vibe of happiness and joy to the Muslims. As such, the Muslim Women’s Welfare Of Australia (MWWA) held its much loved Iftar Dinner on the 24th of April to share the blessings of this holy month with Other sisters.
As always, the event began with a soft recitation of verses from the holy Qur’an preceding the call to pray the Maghreb (sunset prayer).
The sisters then enjoyed a feast of delicious food, presented by the scout Crew, while watching a short video introducing them to the organization, and highlighting the last major projects completed by MWWA.

The MWWA would like to thank the vendors for their hard work throughout the night and their support.
All in all it was a very successful initiative for both consumers and stall holders who have donated generously some door prizes in support of the Iftar and in appreciation for the opportunity provided to them by MWWA.

MWWA Sisters Iftar 2022


MWWA would like to thank everyone who was part of this Ramadan’s successful Ramadan iftar which highlighted that together and by the will of Allah we can overcome hardships.
May Allah accept your fasting and good deeds ameen.

The president of MWWA, Hajjah Faten El Dana OAM then took to the stage and in her motivational speech she spoke about the obligation of fasting Ramadan by referring to verses of the Qur’an and Ahadith relating to fasting and its benefits if performed correctly, in life and in the hereafter.

As Australians faced lots of challenges in the last two years stemming from bushfires, flush flooding, COVID-19, lockdowns, economic crisis, travel bans etc. which put a lot of strain and stress on all aspects of our lives and on small businesses in particular, MWWA took this opportunity to assist these businesses to strive again by holding a special Eid mini market at the same location, featuring an array of gifts and women’s products displayed on colourful stalls initiated by businesswomen from various background.
Next, the women listened to a live performance of a new chant released exclusively about Muslim Women performed by Mariam Saad. The chant captured the hearts of all attendees as they watched throughout the performance.

After this, the market was declared officially open and the women rushed to the stalls to purchase items for the upcoming Eid. The women shopped around purchasing desserts, sensory toys, prayer clothes, abayas, gift packs, accessories and much more. Throughout the night, 16 prizes were given out to the women including mystery prizes and products donated generously by the stallholders.

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