Ramadan is an annual ritual performed by Muslims, which attracts much attention and amazement from those who are oblivious to the practise of Muslims during this month. Muslims exhibit changes in their eating habits, behaviour and religious duties during this month. Because these changes are fairly apparent they generate a significant amount of interest in Islam. By harnessing this interest we are able to create a greater awareness of one of the five pillars of Islam and capitalise on this opportunity to educate mainstream Australia on the teachings of Islam. Since Ramadan encompasses many of the fundamental tenants of Islam like forgiveness, sincerity, mercy, steadfastness, patience, respect, self control and modesty RAC is not only a medium to create awareness about Ramadan but also a vehicle to build a general understanding of Islam and Muslims. While creating a general understanding of Islam amongst non-Muslims is one of the objectives of RAC, one of its other objectives is to focus on strengthening Muslim identity and understanding of the jurisprudence surrounding fasting the month of Ramadan. By providing essential knowledge through various means, RAC aims to ensure that Muslims understand how to fast, the various legal rulings they must follow and how to benefit from their actions during the exceptional month of Ramadan. This is done on a broader scale to members of the general community through workshops, lectures, show bag and post card distribution, school presentations and mobile advertising. RAC aims to address the many facets of Islamic society, and the beauty of this campaign lies solely in its capability to transform and spread to all arenas. To the amazement of many, Muslims hold positions in all sectors of our society, thus giving RAC the potential to travel to every workplace, to every community notice-board to everyone who is willing to open their eyes, ears and hearts. This is possible by producing RAC literature and promotional items that individuals are able to distribute, display and apply to educate themselves and others in the process. RAC also aims to create awareness about Ramadan and Islam to all those who interact with Muslims be it teachers, public servants, social and community workers, health care professionals or fellow students. By holding RAC presentations to all these groups and answering their questions RAC enables these groups to understand and empathise with Muslims and their beliefs, giving them an opportunity to clarify any misconceptions they have about Muslims and Islam. RAC is made up of a series of projects that are tailored to meet specific objectives and outcomes each year. Using a vast array of dynamic skills held by the RAC volunteers these projects help to create a greater understanding of Ramadan and hence Muslims. The objectives of RAC are ever developing and vast; with your support we will be able to meet all its present and future objectives.