- Al-Mabarat Benevolent Society donated generous sum of $10,000 on Thursday
- Imam Sheikh Youssef Nabha met with members of the NSW Rural Fire Service
- A presentation showed the damaging affects the horrific bushfires have caused
- Sheikh Nabha announced the donation during a Friday sermon on December 15
PUBLISHED: 05:10 GMT, 28 November 2019 | UPDATED: 05:10 GMT, 28 November 2019
A mosque has donated $10,000 to the NSW Rural Fire Service firefighters and communities affected by the deadly bushfires.
Al-Mabarat Benevolent Society donated the sum to the NSW Rural Fire Service on Thursday, in support of their tireless efforts in fighting bushfires across the state.
The Imam of Masjid Arrahman in Kingsgrove, His Eminence Sheikh Youssef Nabha met with Senior Assistant Commissioner Bruce McDonald and Chief Financial officer Stephen O’Malley, where he presented him with the $10,000 cheque.