We want to provide enough food to for the most vulnerable to eat for Suhoor and Iftar throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
Over 821 million people go hungry every single day. Even though there is enough food for everyone to eat. 25,000 people die every single day as a result of this. The situation has worsened globally due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, and many communities have been left on the brink of starvation.
Countries facing war like Syria and Palestine have been struggling more than ever, and Yemen is facing the worst famine the world has seen since the last century. It could be wiped off the world map. While many of us will enjoy hearty home-cooked meals with our favourite dishes in Ramadan, countless people around the globe will struggle to find anything to eat.
If our beloved Prophets (peace be upon them) walked the earth today, how would they feel? What would they do?
Simply put, they’d feed as many people as they could. They would be devastated at the plight of the poor and the empty stomachs of millions around the world.
At Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we have set a goal of feeding 100,000 people for the month of Ramadan.
We need you to join us.
Nobody should go hungry, and especially not during the blessed month of Ramadan. Together we’ll be feeding people across Pakistan, Syrian Refugees, Gaza, Yemen, Africa as well as the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
We want to provide 100,000 people with healthy, nutritious food for the month of Ramadan.
99% of the world’s malnourished people currently live in developing countries.
They are food insecure, unsure where their next meal will be coming from, and suffer from the debilitating effects of hunger and starvation.
Malnutrition can lead to stunted growth, sight problems, diabetes, heart disease and other serious issues. It is one of the world’s biggest killers. Nearly 50% of deaths in children below the age of five are due to the effects of malnutrition. It doesn’t need to be this way.
Join us today to help feed 100,000 people.
After all, what would our Prophets (peace be upon them) do?
Suhayb ibn Sinan reported:
The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said;
“The best of you are those who feed others.”
2020 was an incredibly challenging year, and the Coronavirus pandemic left those in need, more vulnerable than ever. Despite the challenges, donors like you helped answer their call, and together we showed them that we stand with them.
In 2020, thanks to you, we helped 150,000 people with food provisions, 11,000 of them during the holy month of Ramadan. We also distributed Covid-19 aid to 10,500 families between March and November 2020, helping them stay safe and healthy.
“Whoever feeds a fasting person will have reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in his reward.” (Tirmidhi)