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Donate Your Lunch Money to Feed the Fasting

Conducting relief aid work on an international level is a great service to humanity. A good charity organisation, however, also invests a sufficient amount of time and resources in local projects, particularly in the community or country where it is located. Muslim Aid has always had a keen eye on local news and events, and we’re constantly searching for new opportunities to get involved and serve the community.

Donate Your Lunch Money to Feed the Fasting

In recent years, during Ramadan, as part of the serving the local community initiative, Muslim Aid workers carried out campaigns to feed the homeless. Furthermore, our previous Warm Heart campaign provided elderly and homeless people with warm clothes and blankets to cope with the English winters.

This coming Ramadan, Muslim Aid has exciting plans and ideas to serve the local community. We’ve just recently introduced a Feed the Fasting programme that has been quickly gaining attention online, especially through our Facebook page.

Feed the Fasting Programme by Muslim Aid

The idea behind it is simple. Simply donate your lunch money to the Feed the Fasting programme. Muslim Aid will provide food for those who are less fortunate and still fasting. That’s all there is to it. The great thing about this programme is that anyone can get involved because are no minimum requirements to participate. It’s just lunch money. Anyone can afford to donate their lunch. It just goes to show how much you care.

Furthermore, in addition to you participating in the event, you can get your friends, family and co-workers involved as well. Just tag the picture of the person you want to nominate and leave a caption in the comment box with the phrase “I want to nominate”, followed by the person’s name.

You can post a picture of the food you donated to Feed the Fasting on the Muslim Aid Facebook page. Simply take the following steps.

  • Take a picture of your lunch. It can be anything from a Subway sandwich to a home-cooked meal.
  • Hashtag #FeedTheFasting on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Donate that lunch amount to the Feed the Fasting programme by clicking on this link:
  • Make Dua that Allah (SWT) accepts your donation and that it goes to help the needy in a timely fashion.

Get Involved This Ramadan!

Ramadan is a great time to get involved in charity work. The spiritual rewards and blessings are bigger and better, which is why Ramadan brings about some of the most active participation among Muslims. The Feed the Fasting programme is great in the sense that people of all ages can get involved in it, particularly students and teenagers. It’s all about lending a helping hand in Ramadan so those who make the intention to fast but can’t always buy supplies for themselves can be better assisted.

Feed the fasting and feed the homeless this Ramadan to reap the rewards of this blessed month and to help others! Giving charity to homeless people can make their day. We do not face the same struggles that they face, but we can help them by donating our lunch.

The Prophet, upon him, be peace, said: “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

Donate this Ramadan.

You can feed the fasting here.

For the latest news on Ramadan and other relief aid campaigns by Muslim Aid, be sure to visit our website and check out our blog for the latest updates and developments.

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