Vital work of bin crews recognised by Muslim community

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Dunfermline bin crews were very pleased to receive a thoughtful donation of healthy snacks from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on Wednesday 17 March, in recognition of their vital frontline work.

Dr Abdul Hayee, Vice President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community EdinbuAhmadiyya Muslim Community representatives delivering healthy snacks to the Dunfermline bin crewrgh and Fife, said: “We really appreciate the hard work done by Fife Council and especially their bin crews and we wanted to show this by dropping off some healthy snacks.

“It continues to be a challenging time for many of us all, including frontline workers - across all roles - who have given so much to their communities throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. I am very pleased that our charity can help and support some of those who carry out critical work and are helping protect us.”

Sandy Anderson, Service Manager - Waste Operations, Fife Council, said: “We are proud of the commitment our staff have continually shown throughout this pandemic. Our bin crews are essential for our health and wellbeing as well as to our economy, so it’s great that their efforts to give their very best and that their essential work is being recognised.”

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Edinburgh and Fife makes food donations to the homeless, foodbanks and sends small gestures of thanks to frontline workers across all sectors.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC) is an internationally recognised movement within Islam. Its followers are committed to promoting friendship, goodwill and righteousness, not only amongst themselves, but also amongst other nations and communities.  Their Motto is:  Love for All, Hatred for None. The AMC has134 branches in UK and three branches in Scotland (Glasgow, Dundee and Edinburgh & Fife branch).