"Muslims Against Hunger" Project

The "Muslims Against Hunger" Project will serve hot lunches to homeless, hungry, and working poor on December 21 at Morristown Community Soup Kitchen. In all, 200 lunches will be prepared and served at the Interfaith Community Soup Kitchen located on 36 South St in downtown Morristown, New Jersey.
How Can You Help?
1. Volunteer your time
The email message received by Pakistan Link in this regard states: We need 15-20 volunteers to work between 10:00am to 1:30pm to help us set up, prepare (some of the) food, serve, and cleanup. If one can't work for full 10:00 to 1:30pm shift, he can register to work for 10:00am to 11:30am period or 11:30am to 12:30pm or 12:30 to 1:30pm time slot.
2. Donate to buy food and help Soup kitchen pay its bills:
Sponsor cost of the several meals we serve on the Muslims serve day, You can sponsor meals at $5.30 per meal.
3. Tell others who may want to participate with us
Muslims Against Hunger project gives Muslims an opportunity to participate in the "Act of Righteousness" and show the greater community true and compassionate face of the Muslim Community living in this area.
To help this project, and more information please contact: Zamir Hassan, Vice President & Trustee Community Soup Kitchen, and Coordinator Muslims Against Hunger Project
917-371-2602 (cell0, also muslimsagainsthunger@gmail.com
www.muslimsagainsthungerusa.org
National sponsor: Center for Understanding Islam, Bernardville, New Jersey
New Jersey sponsors: Muslim Center of Somerset County, Somerville, New Jersey; Muslim Foundation Inc. -- Masjid-e-Ali, Somerset, New Jersey; American Islamic Academy, Boonton, New Jersey

 

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