Share the joy this Eid by giving an orphaned or disadvantaged child a gift through the Al Mustafa welfare Trust
The conclusion of the blessed month of Ramadan is noted by the celebrations of Eid-ul-Fitr. An auspicious occasion, this is a day for gifts, charity, praying, feasts and celebrating with family and friends. Fasting during Eid-ul-Fitr is forbidden and Muslims across the world make the most of the occasion, enjoying good food and the company of loved ones.
During traditional Eid celebrations, children are given new clothes and gifts of toys and sweet treats. However, millions of youngsters across the world have never experienced the joy and excitement of receiving an Eid present.
Not many things are more rewarding than seeing a child’s face brighten as they are given a gift – this is the perfect opportunity to make their Eid extra special.
If you would like to donate a gift to the orphan you are sponsoring with Al Mustafa Welfare Trust this Eid, simply select their country and enter the unique orphan ID, which is located in your orphan pack or on the receipt.