The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever gives iftaar to one who is fasting will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the reward of the fasting person in the slightest.”
Feeding the needy is highly rewarded in Islam – especially during the Holy month of Ramadan.
The spirit of the month of Ramadan unites families and communities and brings them much closer together, be it by reciting prayers in congregation, visiting the Mosque together or simply by sharing suhoor and iftar meals together. One of the notions of this month is to unite everyone to share the endless blessings and rewards that this beautiful month has to offer.
But what if this wasn’t an option?
Across the world, there are many millions who do not have access to food or drink in general, let alone during the month of Ramadan – which is something this month serves to remind us of.
Here at Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we want to reach out to as many families as possible during this auspicious month and ensure they have sufficient food for suhoor and iftaar.
Allah SWT has given us wealth not just for ourselves but also to share with others; what good is wealth to us if there are people starving in the world?
Famine is an ongoing issue for many today so make the most of this Ramadan and help Al Mustafa Welfare Trust feed the fasting wherever we can; who knows if this will be our last opportunity to do something for others?