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Still time to enter Kelvingrove 5K fun run organised by young Ahmadiyya Muslims

The charity event has raised more than £75,000 for good causes over the last six years.

A fun run organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) Scotland takes place this Sunday in Kelvingrove Park.

Entrants still have time to enter the event which has been raising money for charitable causes for the past six years.

In its time, the fun run has raised more than £75,000 for various good causes.

This year AMYA will be supporting Glasgow Children Hospital charity, Cash for kids, Children 1st and Humanity First International.

All these charities provide much needed support at local, national and international level.

Organisers say Sunday's scenic run is ideal for all fitness levels and ages, and families are also encouraged to take part.

There will also be entertainment on the day for everyone to enjoy along with food.

 Scenic: The event is at Kelvingrove Park on Sunday May 21.
Scenic: The event is at Kelvingrove Park on Sunday May 21.

The AMYA supports these charities because of the ethos and strong charitable values held by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community whose motto is “Love for All, Hatred for None”.

Shoaib Khan, Regional Youth leader for AMYA in Scotland said: “We are raising money for very worthy causes which not only benefit the local community but also internationally.

"Given the recent events all over the world, this is also an opportunity for us to show that true Muslims are passionate about protecting life and helping the local communities where they live.”

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