Date posted: August 23, 2017
Australian Relief Organisation (ARO) is running its 2017 Qurban Appeal at present. Qurbans are valued at $120 and qurban donations will be distributed to the needy locals across Philippines and Sri Lanka.
For more information about this year’s qurban campaign, visit https://aro.org.au/qurban-appeal-2017/
To donate online or for our bank details, visit https://aro.org.au/donate-a-qurban/
ARO thanks you for your support.
Source: Australian Intercultural Society
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