Mercy4Mankind (M4M) is part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) that takes its inspiration for its charitable initiatives from the example of the Founder of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He has been referred to in the Holy Quran as ‘Mercy for all the Worlds’ and this is reflected in his teachings and practice. He was a source of peace and mercy for all and left behind teachings encouraging his followers to do the same. He sought to protect the rights of the oppressed and subjugated, he elevated the rank of women in a society which despised them, he established the rights of animals and even trees.


Mercy4Mankind Charity Runs Galvanizes Community Support

In a remarkable display of compassion, the Mercy4Mankind Charity Runs has emerged as a beacon of hope, uniting individuals from all walks of life in a common cause. This annual

May 17, 2024

Mercy 4 Mankind

Mercy4Mankind (M4M) is part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) that takes its inspiration for its charitable initiatives from the example of the Founder of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (peace

December 19, 2023

Blood Drive

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) in partnership with the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) has committed to host blood drives in major cities across Canada. Donating blood forms a key

December 19, 2023

Tree Planting

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) has pledged to plant trees across Canada following the guidance received by the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad

December 19, 2023

Supporting Local Food banks

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) is recognized across Canada for its efforts in working at a grassroots level with local charities and food banks to help address the shortage

December 19, 2023

And We Have Sent Thee Not But As A Mercy For All Peoples.




Blood Donations


Homeless Feeding


Shelter Bus




Outreach Efforts


Trees Planted


Million Pounds Food Collected


Blood Donation Clinics

Our Partners

The Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be on him) sought to help people regardless of their faith. He established a treaty within the city of Medina, where people of various faiths lived, and he laid the blueprint of interreligious tolerance by not differentiating between people based on their faith. His mercy extended to all and he taught kindness towards animals and said that even planting trees was a charity. Hence, Muslims find mercy was the very fabric of this holy person.


“I personally feel that the alignment of Ahmadiyya [Muslim] values with Canadian values – values of openness, respect, compassion and willingness to work hard and desire to be there for each other – these are the kinds of things we need so much more of in the community and in the world.”

Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada

“I…stand alongside the [Ahmadiyya Muslim] community which speaks out fearlessly in defence of tolerance, pluralism, and religious freedom. We are united by our values.”

Andrew Scheer Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada

“Thank you to the [Ahmadiyya Muslim] Community for all the work that you do and the model you are for what communities and community engagement is all about.”

Hon. Deb Schulte Member of Parliament and Canada’s Minister of Seniors

“The Ahmadiyya Muslim community is a dynamic aspect of Brampton, of Ontario, of Canada. They’re always doing fundraisers for hospitals, fundraisers for different community initiatives, food drives. They’re truly a great example of Canada.”

Gurratan Singh Member of Provincial Parliament for Brampton East

“I want to say, as a very proud Ontarian, that I salute the Ahmadiyya [Muslim] Community for all of the extraordinary work that each of its members does to make Ontario a better province and to make Canada the greatest country in the world.”

Steven Del Duca Ontario’s Former Minister of Transportation

Fast Facts


$3MM Raised for
Canadian Charities


Over 50,000 trees planted by our volunteers throughout Canada


Approximately 1,000 KMS cleaned, 30,000 man hours spent & 50 Localities cleaned


More than 1,000 pints of blood (equivalent of saving 3000 lives) collected and donated by ethnic minority groups

Hospital & Care Home Visits

Over 5,000 visits to care homes & hospitals across the country

Free The Homeless

Approximately, 50,000 homeless feeding packs distributed across Canada