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Business Community to Assist WLIC

 

 

 

WLIC is pleased and honoured to announce that members of the London business community are organising a special business networking and charity event for the benefit of the WLIC Redevelopment effort.

The Better Community Business Network is organising the prestigious networking and charity event at the London Marriott, Grosvenor Square on Friday 14th October 6pm.

BCBN is an initiative created by an informal group of local and national businessmen who have come together in order to support local community projects that make a real difference in the communities they serve. They seek to promote altruism and selflessness amongst the business community and to encourage the business fraternity to re-direct some of its energy, creativity and the vast skills base it possesses for the betterment of wider society.

This exclusive event will bring together an elite group business leaders for a unique opportunity to network and enjoy an evening of entertainment and exquisite dining. Keynote speakers confirmed to date, will include Rt Hon Sadiq Khan [MP for Tooting], Kevin McGrath [Managing Director REIT F&C], Asif Aziz [CEO Criterion Capital] and Tariq Usmani [CEO Henley Homes Group]

Sponsors will benefit from a range of event promotions and the presence of recognised industry professionals. To secure your sponsorship at this unique networking event or to purchase tickets please visit www.bcbn.org.uk

All proceeds will be donated towards the West London Islamic Centre Redevelopment Project. Insha'Allah the participation of all businesses and professionals will be counted as Sadaqah Jarriyah (Continuing Charity) for them and their respective enterprises. As Allah (swt) says:

"And be steadfast in your prayer and be charitable; whatever good you send forth for your future, you shall find it with God, for God is well aware of what you do." [Al-Qur’an 2:110]

WLIC would like to express its deepest appreciation and thanks to the Better Community Business Network


It is narrated on the authority of Jabir that Numan b. Qaufal came to the Holy Prophet (pbuh) and said: 'Would I enter Paradise if I say the obligatory prayers and deny myself that which is forbidden and treat that as lawful what has been made permissible (by the Shariah)'? The Holy Prophet(pbuh) replied in the affirmative.[Sahih Muslim]
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