Arbury Carnival 2024

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Ibrahim Rahman and Shahida Rahman on the left posing in front of the Karim Foundation stall with Councillor Baiju Thittala, the mayor of Cambridge, who is wearing a formal chain of office, typically worn by civic dignitaries. Standing to the mayor's left are his wife and son.

We were delighted to be part of this year’s Arbury Carnival for the third year running!

It was so lovely to see new and familiar faces and we’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to visit us – we really appreciate your love and support.

Did you enter our Free Prize Draw to win a jar of sweets on the day? We’ll be contacting the winner and making an announcement very soon!

Two supporters on the left, Abdul Hye and Abdul Hadi, stand with Ibrahim Rahman and Shahida Rahman for a photo at the Karim Foundation stall. The stall is shaded by a blue gazebo, and features promotional materials including flyers, pens and a donation box.
Eddie Stadnik from the Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum in conversation with Shahida Rahman next to a tree, with a vibrant fair, including amusement rides, visible in the softly blurred background.
Ibrahim Rahman (left) and Councillor Delowar Hossain (right) happily standing at the Karim Foundation stall, who is holding a flyer about the charity. They are engaged in a pleasant conversation together.
Councillor Cheney Payne (left) and Shahida Rahman (right) smiling for a photo at the Karim Foundation stall.
Aminah Rahman, a volunteer for the Karim Foundation, and her joyful niece Zaynab smiling for a photo.
Shahida Rahman stands in front of a banner for the Karim Foundation, which displays the charity's logo and text which reads "Aiming to relieve poverty by providing food, fuel and emergency support for locals in financial hardship". The person is wearing a hijab and has decorative face paint near their eyes.