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Celebrating Eid al-Fitr

Eid Mubarak! Wishing all patients, families and staff celebrating today a very happy Eid al-Fitr.

We are celebrating Eid at the hospital with a special programme of arts, crafts and decorations, all made possible by your generous donations.

Young patient celebrates Eid al-Fitr by taking part in crafts activities, funded by Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Staff at Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Children, Naveed and Adris, shared what Eid means to them:

Naveed, Physiotherapist Administrator:

"Eid for me means a time of happiness, a time for family and plenty of food. It's so lovely for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity to be celebrating Eid at the children's hospital, and so important to remember our patients, parents & staff and embrace the true message of love and happiness that this special time brings."

Adris, Clerical Officer tells Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity what it means to celebrate Eid al-Fitr in work
Adris, Clerical Offier:

"For me the month of Ramadan is a very reflective and spiritual time - at the end of the month you have hopefully done a lot of soul searching and it’s time to look at the year ahead. I enjoy the quality time with my family and the great food on Eid day."

"It’s great to be celebrating Eid at the children's hospital and so wonderful we can extend bridges of friendship to share our celebration with our hospital family."