£3000 raised for legacy of murder victim Khuram Javed

A new fundraiser has been launched to feed orphans in Syria in the memory of a Sheffield murder victim.

Khuram Javed, 30, was gunned down in an alleyway off Clough Road, close to Bramall Lane, on Saturday April 10.

The married dad-of-two was sadly pronounced dead at the scene by emergency services. A post-mortem concluded that he died of a gunshot wound.

Samsul Mohamed, aged 18, of Wolseley Road, has been charged with the murder of Khuram Javed.

Munchies Sheffield, a local take away, partnered with Khuram’s family to raise money for Ummah Welfare Trust to support orphans in Syria

Omar Yasin “It went fantastically well to be honest with you, a lot of people showed in support of my beloved friend.

“It was very well organised and conducted, hats off to munchies for pulling it off. They maintained social distancing throughout the hours. It was very well organised and conducted”

For every meal purchased on Wednesday Munchies donated 50% of the profit to charity in Khuram Javed name.

The efforts raised over £3000 with in five hours.

At one point they had to stop selling food and provided milkshakes only, as they ran out of food



Written by Abigail Webb

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