During the holy month of Ramadan, Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation (MIWF) initiated the Help Feed Project, which aimed to provide essential food supplies to the needy and underprivileged sections of society. This project was executed in several phases across different locations, including New Delhi, Achampet, and Meeraj, as part of Phase 1 of Help Feed Ramadan Pack distribution.
Approximately 200 families were beneficiaries of Phase 1 of the Help Feed Program. The primary objective of this ration distribution was not only to support individuals and families during the pre-dawn (Sehri) and evening (Iftar) meals but also to raise awareness among those who are more fortunate about the pressing need to assist the poorest members of society with the resources that Allah has bestowed upon them.
The distribution of essential food supplies during Ramadan embodies the spirit of compassion, solidarity, and community that the holy month promotes. It encourages individuals and communities to come together to help those in need, fostering a sense of shared responsibility and empathy for the less fortunate.