Ramadan Mubarak

Last Monday, marks the beginning of Ramadan. It is a sacred month that is observed by many of our staff and clients. During this period, Muslims are encouraged to fast and give to charity, to show kindness and patience and to strengthen their relationship with God.

At Auburn Children’s Family Centre, Ramadan is a very big deal for all our staff as well as children and families accessing our service. We have decorated our centre to get ourselves involved in the Ramadan mood and to feel enthusiastic about celebrating upcoming Eid. Breaking the fast everyday with dates has always been a Ramadan tradition. Due to the increased cost of living, our families were not able to afford purchasing dates. So we have purchased boxes of dates to give to our Muslim families to break their fast and some for the office too.


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