Food Baskets For The Needy Palestinian Families

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Food Baskets For The Needy Palestinian Families

Food Baskets For The Needy Palestinian Families

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Food baskets for the needy Palestinian families

The continued tragic situation in Al-Quds city and the consequent large displacement from various areas as long as the corona effects have led to a very difficult unwanted condition in the city and difficulty in providing living necessities. In addition, the weak purchasing power coincides with the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan, made it difficult for the afflicted families to provide daily food for their families, which is the most important component of life.

Distributing food baskets for 100 poor families in Al-Quds. The baskets include staples like (rice, wheat, lentils, oil, sugar, meat and dates. etc.)

Ummet Waqf is implementing projects that contribute to realizing food security to bridge the gap between the needs and provide the minimum basic requirements for the households. 

We aim to provide a qualitative package of services to Al-Quds citizens and the old town and Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to support their resistance and to protect their holy Mosque.


Visitors of Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan.

Al-Quds families.

The number of beneficiaries:

100 family which consist of 5-7 persons

the food basket will be enough to sustain for 1 Month (month of Ramadan)

Each food basket will contain the following items:

3 kg of Rice 

3 liters sunflower oil

1 kg of Sugar 

1 kg of Salt 


Half kg tahini freekeh 

4 kg of Pasta 

2 kg of vermicelli

600 grams of Olive tomato 

1 kg of Lentils grain 

1 kg of Lentils crushed 

1 kg of Green thyme 


2 cans of Beans 

Half kg Dates 

2 cans of Tuna 


The Messenger of Allah, peace, and blessings be upon him, said:

Whoever offers a meal to his/her Muslim brother/sister at the time of iftar (the meal eaten by Muslims breaking their fast after sunset during the month of Ramadan), s/he receives as much reward as s/he has earned. Nothing becomes less of the reward of those s/he offered meal to. 

(Tirmidhî, Sawm: 82; Ibn-i Majah, Siyam: 40).

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