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08 December 2017 / 19. Rabi-Ul-Awwal 1439

Ramadhan Relief 1435: Distribution of 1,440 food baskets in progress – Mumbai, India

Posted on Wed, 2014-07-09 09:35

The World Federation’s Ramadhan Relief Program is in full swing in Mumbai, India where 1,440 food baskets containing basic grocery items are being delivered to sadaat and non-sadaat households for the month of Ramadhan.

Each food basket has been individually packed and contains items such as wheat flour, rice, sugar, lentils, tea and cooking oil. In addition to fasting in the summer heat, volunteers are hard at work making sure that families are taken care of this Ramadhan.

PLEASE DONATE: 

Food and other aid distribution are underway across parts of Africa, Inda, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Gaza, Middle East and Europe. The cost of one food basket is £30 GBP / $45 USD-CAD which will feed an average family of four for one month. Please donate generously to the Ramadhan Relief Fund 1435. As we enter the month of Ramadhan, your contribution will help support hundreds of thousands of families in their time of need. 

 

DONATE ONLINE:

Or in Europe

 

JAMAAT TREASURER

Donate directly to your Jamaat Treasurer

 

For more information, please email relief@world-federation.org

 


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