One of the first projects we actioned was feeding the hungry. This is an issue which affects millions of starving people every day and something we in the West take for granted. Our food project helped 270,000 people.
Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® Food Projects deliver Qurbani, Iftaar & Food Parcels to people in the third world who are suffering from extreme poverty. We prioritise food delivery to those countries that are in a state of civil war, aid sanctions or suffering from natural disasters.
As Muslims, we are encouraged to provide food to the hungry and there are numerous schemes which are ongoing to do that.
Our Iftar food programme runs throughout the blessed month of Ramadan providing cooked food to those who are fasting. This is a very satisfying project which benefits many deserving people.
Feeding the poor in Islam
Our Key Achievements
We provided food packages to 70,000 Pakistan flood victim families.
Our Free Iftaar Food Programme has provided food to 50,000 people in Bangladesh, Kashmir and Somalia.
Qurbani Project 2010: 150,000 poor people were distributed free Qurbani meat in Bangladesh, Gambia, Kashmir, Pakistan
Past 2014 Campaigns
Eid Food Programme
This programme brings happiness to our brothers and sisters who would not be able to celebrate this special day in the same way otherwise. We aim to reach 50,000 people every year on the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. We have managed to provide food as a gift of Eid to 60,000 elderly people in five developing countries. This year our Eid Food Programme us running in Gaza Bait-ul-Muqadas. You can support this project by clicking the link below.Gaza Grand Iftaari & Suhoor
South Sudan Famine Crisis
A severe drought in South Sudan has triggered the worst food crisis in 60 years. Thousands of innocent men, women and children have died in South Sudan due to political violence that reignited in December 2013, and more than 1 million people have fled their homes since fighting erupted. The UN estimates that a third of the country of 11 million are facing starvation, 50,000 children are at risk of death and 223,000 children face acute malnutrition. You can support this project by clicking the link below.South Sudan Famine Crisis
Our Food Aid campaign hashtag on facebook, google+, instagram, flickr and twitter is: #foodaid and #gazaiftaarsuhoor2014