Allah has enjoined upon the Muslims fasting the month of Ramadan, and He has promised a great reward to those who fast.
During the holy month of Ramadan HDF provides food parcels and hot meals to those in need across Pakistan and Kashmir, recognizing the devastating impact of food poverty and scarcity. Hunger is a major issue affecting millions of people worldwide, and it is our duty as Muslims to provide assistance to those in need. In Islam, the act of providing food to the hungry is considered a form of charity (Sadaqah) and is highly valued.
Through this project, we aim to embody this principle by providing food aid to the most vulnerable members of our community. By addressing food poverty and scarcity, we can help prevent malnutrition, illness, and even death, while promoting dignity and respect for all individuals. Join us in this vital effort to end hunger and promote social justice for all.
Hamza Development Foundation (HF) Ramadan Project offers an opportunity for many of our sisters and brothers struggle to find food for Iftar to their economic status. Most of the targeted beneficiaries are living below poverty line and most of them run their kitchens through hard labor.
The Ramadan project is primarily intended to provide food to needy fasting families during Ramadan and to help most deserving families during the blessed month of Ramadan, fostering Islamic brotherhood. This eases their burden during the month of Ramadan whilst also enabling donors to reap the reward of charitable giving.
During the month of fasting, charitable giving is also strongly encouraged. Feeding people at the end of the fasting day represents a very rewarding spiritual act according to Islamic tradition and teachings. The Messenger is reported to have stated:
Hamza Development Foundation (HDF) through Ramadan project aims to reach out with food packs and Iftar meals to our most deserving brothers and sister, especially widows, orphans, disable and elderly person who are the most deserving. Under this project 239 Food Packs will be distributed among 239 households and 1820 individuals. Each food pack shall contain a sufficient amount of food comfortably enough for an average family for the 4 weeks (30 days) and consisting of basic foods suitable for the target community basically rice, wheat flour, cooking oil and sugar etc. This project is intended to be implemented in full and none of its allocated food items shall be carried forward, but food packs are to be distributed during the 30 days of the month of Ramadan.
2013 – 2022
Danish Muslim Aid