October 5, 2022
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Canada organizes a number of charity runs across Canada. The “Run for Brampton” is to be held this Sunday, October 9th at 9 am. The start line is at Chinguacousy Park.
This year’s run is raising money in support of local food banks, old age homes, and women shelters across the City of Brampton.
In recent years, the Run for Brampton has attracted both serious and casual participants. The runners typically come out with their families and friends and enjoy the day’s festivities. There are 1 km, 3 km and 6 km races, so everyone can join in.
On September 24th, the City of Brampton renamed the park located at Brisdale Drive and Remembrance Road, the Ahmadiyya Park in honour of the immense contributions to the Brampton community.
The renaming recognizes Brampton’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community and their contributions to the community, such as the Neighbourhood Helper Program, blood donation clinics, and the local food bank drives. It also a welcoming organization that invites all Bramptonians each year to their Canada Day celebrations at the Mubarak Mosque.
As Mayor Patrick Brown describes, “Everywhere the Ahmadiyya community goes, they want to look at ways to support the community”.
To register for the charity run at Chinguacousy Park this October 9th, click here. You can enter one of three categories:
Challenge yourself as a runner! For many years Run for Brampton has been the premier run in the Brampton area for professional runners. Your energy fuels the noble cause that will shape the future of Brampton.
Come in groups, sprint alone, or make it a family goal. Especially suited for first-time runners that aim to make a difference with their 3K endeavour. We will support you all along the way and build your confidence for the 6K run for next year.
1K Fun Walk
We welcome everyone to join in and walk to support these local Brampton charities. Mom, dad, kids, grandma, grandpa, uncle, aunt, cousins, anyone and everyone. Let’s walk together for local causes!