Feed the poor – No one should go hungry

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “He is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour goes hungry.” (Bukhari) When we are hungry, we have the luxury of opening the fridge, rummaging through a cabinet or even ordering a take away. Millions of our brothers and sisters are not so fortunate. Imagine waking up every morning worried where the next meal is going to come from for you and your family? Imagine going to bed hungry every single night having barely eaten that day? Imagine watching your child cry out from hunger?

This is sadly the reality for the 821 million people who go hungry each and every day in some of the world’s poorest communities. Food is a basic necessity for survival and also the key to a healthy life. Without regular healthy meals children struggle to go to school, careers struggle to work and communities are left battling to survive.

We feed the poor and the needy during the whole month of Ramadhan to support those who have little means of supporting their families. With your support, we intend to provide sustainable long-term food solutions for communities in need, as well as offering short-term lifesaving interventions in response to emergencies.

We would like to introduce small-scale self-sufficient programs to enable families to improve their diet and increase their income and we establish community-run food banks to help as many people as possible.

By supporting our Feed the Poor Project, you’ll be helping to feed families and to fight food poverty, to ensure hunger no more for communities over the long-term. By providing food support, you’ll be crucially saving lives.