Feed the Hungry

It takes only 50 cents to provide a vegetarian meal, and $1.00 for a meal with meat for an adult. For less than the cost of a cup of coffee you will be feeding a hungry person with a satisfying and nutritious meal, which will probably be the only proper meal they eat that day. Encourage your children to put aside 50 cents every day to inculcate this habit of putting aside 50 cents everyday so that they establish a life-long habit of feeding a hungry person every day of their life. What a blessing and what a beautiful tradition.
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'Langar' Public Kitchen

'Langar' is a Persian word, which means a public kitchen established to provide food and drink to the needy.

In one of the Markaz in Islamabad under a simple banner at a corner is a Langar for the refugees and the miskin. The person heading it is hoping some people with generous hearts will book some days so food can be offered once a day every day at this public kitchen as some 125-150 people collect at 6.00 pm to eat here. One such person had already booked all Thursdays (significance of this day as your deeds are taken up) for one full year. Allah gives 'Taufiq' (opportunity, success). ".......and my success (in my task) can only come from Allah. In Him I trust, and unto Him I look. " (Qur'an 11:88)

Commitments are needed. Some days there is food donated otherwise the poor can see when the 'dastarkhwan' (runners to put food on) are not laid on the ground, a sign that there is no food available that evening.

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Southern California Muslim Mothers sponsor Public Kitchen

I needed to share some news of 'Khair' (goodness) for the generosity our sisters in Southern California have shown in feeding the hungry in Pakistan.

The brothers in the pictures below have been your guest for a whole week, sisters!
We are grateful to you for trusting us with your hard earned money and giving us Taufiq to help reach the deserving.

Brothers saying Dua (prayer) before meal

Read more: Southern California Muslim Mothers sponsor Public Kitchen