provide families with iftar packs to break their fasts with
Provide peace of mind to those breaking their fasts this Ramadan who don't have access to food.
A man asked Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), “Which act in Islam is the best?” He (ﷺ) replied, “To feed (the poor and the needy) and to greet those whom you know and those you do not know.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].
die of malnutrition every year
worldwide go to bed hungry each night
are facing food shortages in East Africa
Lack of food is a real problem in East Africa, and it’s only getting worse due to droughts that have caused their livestock and crops to die. This has caused a ripple effect that has not only reduced the amount of food available but also meant that those who work on fields and farms have lost their jobs.
You can make a difference by giving as little as £35 to help a family that’s struggling, get the nutritious food they need to survive.
East Africa Hunger Crisis FAQ’s
Mission Relief complete regular checks on the contents of the food packs to ensure we are providing people with food of a high quality. The food differs based on each location. For example, in a food pack distributed in Kenya we offer, rice, wheat flower, maize flower, pasta, cooking oil, sugar, salt, tea leaf’s, beans, lentils and dates.
Mission Relief distribute food packs on a quarterly basis throughout the year. This usually takes place in March, June, September, December and during the month of Ramadan.
A food pack is designed to last a family of 5 an entire month.
It is not possible to contact each donor of the status of their food pack however Mission Relief will regularly update their website and social media platforms on the distribution of food.
‘The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He replied, “[Providing] water”’. [Abu Dawud]