The Albanian Australian Islamic Society (AAIS) has a number of people from different cultural backgrounds attend its Albanian Mosque for prayers.
Over the last decade, the AAIS’s Albanian Mosque has experienced a gradual increase in the number of worshipers attending the five daily prayers. This increase is mainly due to the number of international students, as well as residents, who are of Islamic faith that have moved in and are now living around the suburb of Carlton.
On Sunday 22nd June 2014, a special Pre-Ramadan Iftar Dinner was held at the Albanian Australian Islamic Society (AAIS) by Care With Me (CWME).
CWME is a not for-profit organisation supporting children and young people in the Out-Of-Home-Care system (OOHC) that come from a diverse cultural and religious background.
On Sunday 2nd August 2009, the Albanian Australian Islamic Society (AAIS) participated in the yearly National Plant a Tree Day event.
It was a great day for the families who met at Quarries Park in Clifton Hill. The children all learnt how to successfully plant trees and everyone enjoyed the event.