“Whoever feeds a fasting person will have a reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in this reward.” (Al Tirmidhi) For 30 days this Ramadan when we break our fast, millions of the world’s poorest Muslims will have no food for Iftar.
"Whoever feeds a fasting person will have a reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in this reward." (Al Tirmidhi)
For 30 days during Ramadan 2017, when we break our fast there are still millions of the world’s poorest Muslims who will have no food for Iftar.
Together, this Ramadan we can change this.
For millions, Ramadan is a period of joy and happiness. But imagine keeping a fast in the sweltering heat of Africa, Asia and the Middle East having very little food for Iftar. Weak, starving and thirsty, many of the world's poor endure further hardship during this month.
For just £60, your Ramadan donations could provide a family with a food pack through our ‘Feed the Fasting’ programme. We have been feeding hundreds of thousands of people each year with staple foods such as rice, lentils, dates, flour and kidney beans - lasting them through the month of Ramadan.
Thanks to your help, the world's poorest from 41 countries around the world were able to enjoy breaking their fasts last year.
Last year, we reached almost 800,000 people across the world, with food packs. That’s across the entire world; from Syria, Palestine, and China to Mongolia, Cambodia to Bangladesh all the way to the other side of the continent in Ethiopia and Uganda.
Give the gift of food this Ramadan and donate today."