Sadly, millions of children, women and men will go hungry with nothing to eat or drink in Ramadan. For as little as £60 you can provide Iftar and Suhoor meals to a fasting family for a whole month. Give freedom from hunger this Ramadan.
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In a month where we experience the pangs of hunger ourselves, this feeling is unfortunately all too familiar for thousands around the world.
The cost of basic food essentials are soaring, with impoverished communities impacted the worst. As food insecurity, famine and malnutrition increase, there has never been a more important time to prioritise feeding the fasting.
Without your help, vulnerable families living through war, disease and famine will continue to go hungry.
As you prepare for Ramadan, know that your generosity is their relief.
Number of people we fed last Ramadan
Number of meals provided through feed the fasting last Ramadan
Could feed a fasting family (5 people) for a month during Ramadan.
Could provide 180 hot iftar meals.
Could feed two fasting families (10 people) for a month during Ramadan
Could feed three fasting families (15 people) for a month during Ramadan.
Could feed four fasting families (20 people) for a month during Ramadan.
At Muslim Aid, we are feeding the fasting in 12 countries including war torn and famine-stricken countries like Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria, Palestine, and Myanmar. We are providing:
- Food packs which can provide a family with healthy and nourishing food supplies such as oil, rice, wheat, salt, pulses and more.
- Food vouchers that families can use to buy exactly what they need when they need it, giving them the independence and dignity, they deserve.
Mohammad Zarif from Afghanistan is the head of a 13-member family. Mohammad is unable to earn a living due to injuries and mental health issues sustained during the conflict in Afghanistan.
Last year, thanks to the generosity of our donors, we were able to provide Mohammad’s family relief from hunger in the form of a Ramadan food pack.
“Thank you, we really needed this to get through Ramadan.” - Mohammad.
Whoever feeds a person breaking his fast will earn the same reward as him, without anything being lessened from the reward of the fasting person.
This Ramadan, your generosity is their relief. Donate now.
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