Melbourne Community Spreads Festive Joy

Community members spreading smiles during the festive season

Dawoodi Bohra families living in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne distributed donuts to all those attending service at St Mark’s Anglican Church on Sunday, December 18, 2022. ‘We thank Reverend Phillip Knight for accepting our offer. It is indeed heartening to see our communities continue to nurture bonds of friendship and affection for each other’,…

Cancer Council Morning Tea

The Melbourne community organised the event under the banner of Project Rise

For the second year in a row, the Dawoodi Bohras of Melbourne  hosted the Cancer Council Victoria’s fundraiser better known as ‘Australia’ s Biggest Morning Tea’ on 29th May 2022. The event was a success and attendance far surpassed initial estimates.  Research says that one in two Australians are diagnosed with Cancer before the age…

Meeting Captain Australia on his Big Walk

On Saturday, March 19th, children from the Melbourne Dawoodi Bohra community  interacted with Captain Australia Simon Harvey, a 51 year old cancer survivor, and congratulated him on his BIG Walk from Brisbane to Melbourne. They also took the opportunity to donate to the Kids’ Cancer Project, a cause which Simon seeks to support through this initiative.

Dawoodi Bohras of Sydney Organise Christmas Toy Drive

The Dawoodi Bohra community in Sydney held the Anjuman-e-Burhani Christmas Toy Drive in partnership with the Salvation Army. The drive helped collect toys for the lesser privileged children in Western Australia during the Christmas Season.  Members of the Salvation Army were excited to collaborate with the community and spread smiles on the faces of young…

Dawoodi Bohras of Melbourne Celebrate Australia Day 2021

The Dawoodi Bohra community of Melbourne celebrated Australia Day 2021 by conducting a flag-hoisting ceremony in compliance with government regulations of social distancing. The ceremony was attended by Mr Peter Dimarelos from the city council who was impressed by the community’s activities in Melbourne and deeply held belief of patriotism as prescribed in a prophetic…

Auckland Dawoodi Bohras Mark Eid al Adha by Serving Meals

The Dawoodi Bohras of Auckland collaborated with ‘Feed the Homeless Auckland’, a Samaritan organization, to feed nearly 150 homeless people living in the Auckland City Center area.  As the community observed the occasion of Eid al Adha – a festival that denotes a celebration or feast – community members celebrated by serving a three course…