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Hamper Distribution & Food Drive this Saturday, May 18th, 2019.
Volunteers needed from 6:45-10:45 am
Clients will be served from 7:00-10:00 am
During this time we will also be collecting urgently needed food items such as canned tuna, canned beans, and pasta. Also, we are accepting Kafara, Fitrana, Zakaat, Sadaqa, and Emergency Funds.
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Hamper Distribution & Food Drive this Saturday, May 18th, 2019.
Volunteers needed from 6:45-10:45 am
Clients will be served from 7:00-10:00 am
During this time we will also be collecting urgently needed food items such as canned tuna, canned beans, and pasta. Also, we are accepting Kafara, Fitrana, Zakaat, Sadaqa, and Emergency Funds.

7 days ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

A free ongoing support group, open to anyone in recovery or living with active addictions (of any kind) and self-identifies as Muslim.
Participants can share what they want with the group and can choose to remain anonymous.
No registration needed, drop-ins welcome.
Prayer space, transit passes, and refreshments available for participants.
Questions? Contact halah@muslimfoodbank.com
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A free ongoing support group, open to anyone in recovery or living with active addictions (of any kind) and self-identifies as Muslim. 
Participants can share what they want with the group and can choose to remain anonymous.
No registration needed, drop-ins welcome. 
Prayer space, transit passes, and refreshments available for participants.
Questions? Contact halah@muslimfoodbank.com

1 week ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

Thanks to the Surrey RCMP for hosting an iftar with the Muslim Community on Thursday May 9th, @SurreyRCMP. The program was held at the Surrey RCMP Main Detachment in Surrey. This was the third year in a row the RCMP has hosted the Iftar with two representatives from all Muslim Organizations in Surrey. Read More: tinyurl.com/y4tw46l9 #SurreyRCMP ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to the Surrey RCMP for hosting an iftar with the Muslim Community on Thursday May 9th, @SurreyRCMP. The program was held at the Surrey RCMP Main Detachment in Surrey. This was the third year in a row the RCMP has hosted the Iftar with two representatives from all Muslim Organizations in Surrey. Read More: https://tinyurl.com/y4tw46l9 #SurreyRCMP

The cycle of poverty is viscious. Making ends meet to take care of your family while not having enough nutrients and calories only makes every aspect of your life harder. Working becomes harder, studying becomes harder, mental stress becomes worse, and your immune system becomes weak making you more prone to illness and disease. At the Muslim Food Bank we remove that issue for families working to build a better life and future for themselves and give them the tools to do that. You can sponsor a food hamper for a family today and help them break the cycle of poverty www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive. ... See MoreSee Less

The cycle of poverty is viscious. Making ends meet to  take care of your family while not having enough nutrients and calories only makes every aspect of your life harder. Working becomes harder, studying becomes harder, mental stress becomes worse, and your immune system becomes weak making you more prone to illness and disease. At the Muslim Food Bank we remove that issue for families working to build a better life and future for themselves and give them the tools to do that. You can sponsor a food hamper for a family today and help them break the cycle of poverty www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive.

2 weeks ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

We asked some of our clients their hopes for their future which we play a huge part in. When you sponsor a family with a food hamper a month, it's more than food that you're providing. It's hopes and dreams for families that just want to live a decent life like all of us. This is the month to start being the change. Sponsor today at www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive ... See MoreSee Less

We asked some of our clients their hopes for their future which we play a huge part in. When you sponsor a family with a food hamper a month, it's more than food that you're providing. It's hopes and dreams for families that just want to live a decent life like all of us. This is the month to start being the change. Sponsor today at www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive ... See MoreSee Less

We asked some of our clients their hopes for their future which we play a huge part in. When you sponsor a family with a food hamper a month, its more than food that youre providing. Its hopes and dreams for families that just want to live a decent life like all of us. This is the month to start being the change. Sponsor today at www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive

The holy month of Ramadhan is here, Allah has gifted us an opportunity to receive forgiveness for those who are seeking for it and to build up their palace in Jannah.
يَقُولُ يَا لَيْتَنِي قَدَّمْتُ لِحَيَاتِي

“Oh, I wish I had sent ahead [some good] for my life.”
Donate at muslimfoodbank.com/donate/
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The holy month of Ramadhan is here, Allah has gifted us an opportunity to receive forgiveness for those who are seeking for it and to build up their palace in Jannah. 
يَقُولُ يَا لَيْتَنِي قَدَّمْتُ لِحَيَاتِي

 “Oh, I wish I had sent ahead [some good] for my life.”
Donate at https://muslimfoodbank.com/donate/

The Prophet Muhammad صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ said, “He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbor to his side goes hungry.” (Sahih/Al-AlBani). Feed your neighbour today and sponsor a family! www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive. ... See MoreSee Less

The Prophet Muhammad صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ said, “He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbor to his side goes hungry.” (Sahih/Al-AlBani). Feed your neighbour today and sponsor a family! www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive.

The Prophet Muhammad صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ said, “He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbor to his side goes hungry.” (Sahih/Al-AlBani). Feed your neighbour today and sponsor a family www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive. ... See MoreSee Less

The Prophet Muhammad صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ said, “He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbor to his side goes hungry.” (Sahih/Al-AlBani). Feed your neighbour today and sponsor a family www.muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive.
Ramadhan Mubarak

Hamper Distribution and Collecting Donation this Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 6:45 am to 10:00 am.
We are accepting Sadaqa, Zakaat, Capital Funds, Emergency Funds, and Food donation.
Warehouse, 104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey BC
Richmond Office, 220-13911 Maycrest Way, Richmond BC
New volunteers are very welcome
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Hamper Distribution and Collecting Donation this Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 6:45 am to 10:00 am. 
We are accepting Sadaqa, Zakaat, Capital Funds, Emergency Funds, and Food donation. 
Warehouse, 104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey BC
Richmond Office, 220-13911 Maycrest Way, Richmond BC
New volunteers are very welcome

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Bilal Muhammad, 40, lived with his wife, Zahra, and three kids in a small city called Al-Zabadani in southwestern Syria. The five of them, along with Bilal’s brother and parents, occupied a three story home on a farm where they lived off of the land. Bilal and Zahra’s youngest daughter, Aisha, suffers from achondroplasia which is a form of short-limbed dwarfism. To Bilal and Zahra, Aisha’s condition was more than a physical limitation. They feared their daughter could not lead a normal life unless the condition was cured. When the drums of war sounded in Syria, the Muhammads grabbed a knapsack worth of belongings and fled to neighboring Jordan. There Bilal worked long hours in a farm to pay rent for the one-bedroom apartment his family shared with six other people. Not long after the family moved to Jordan, their neighbours informed them that a bomb had hit their home. Like the fragments of their family home, Bilal’s extended family was also dispersed across the globe. Bilal’s parents ended up in another part of Jordan while his brother took refuge in Turkey. Everything had changed.

Bilal, his wife and three kids were accepted into Canada in late 2015 as part of the Welcome Refugee program. The Muslim Food Bank & Community Services caseworker Naseem Quraishi took up the Muhammads’ case. He helped them open a bank account, showed them around the city and helped them navigate different government organizations. Naseem also helped the kids with homework. He guided Bilal and Zahra through long wait times to see specialists for Aisha. Though Bilal eventually found a job as a flooring contractor, his income wasn’t steady. Naseem was there for moral and practical support when Bilal endured long stretches of unemployment. Most significantly, though, Naseem accompanied Bilal and Zahra to an appointment with a specialist where he interpreted important information regarding the young daughter’s medical condition.

After having worked with the Muhammads for over a year, Naseem feels like they’re his family. He and Bilal often chat over a cup of coffee. Zahra, being the great cook that she is, tells Naseem of her plans to start a restaurant. Bilal also talks about his dreams for the future. He hopes to create a better life for his kids than what he has had to live through.
Support families like Bilal's today www.muslimfoodbank.com/VirtualFoodDrive
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Bilal Muhammad, 40, lived with his wife, Zahra, and three kids in a small city called Al-Zabadani in southwestern Syria. The five of them, along with Bilal’s brother and parents, occupied a three story home on a farm where they lived off of the land. Bilal and Zahra’s youngest daughter, Aisha, suffers from achondroplasia which is a form of short-limbed dwarfism. To Bilal and Zahra, Aisha’s condition was more than a physical limitation. They feared their daughter could not lead a normal life unless the condition was cured. When the drums of war sounded in Syria, the Muhammads grabbed a knapsack worth of belongings and fled to neighboring Jordan. There Bilal worked long hours in a farm to pay rent for the one-bedroom apartment his family shared with six other people. Not long after the family moved to Jordan, their neighbours informed them that a bomb had hit their home. Like the fragments of their family home, Bilal’s extended family was also dispersed across the globe. Bilal’s parents ended up in another part of Jordan while his brother took refuge in Turkey. Everything had changed.

Bilal, his wife and three kids were accepted into Canada in late 2015 as part of the Welcome Refugee program. The Muslim Food Bank & Community Services caseworker Naseem Quraishi took up the Muhammads’ case. He helped them open a bank account, showed them around the city and helped them navigate different government organizations. Naseem also helped the kids with homework. He guided Bilal and Zahra through long wait times to see specialists for Aisha. Though Bilal eventually found a job as a flooring contractor, his income wasn’t steady. Naseem was there for moral and practical support when Bilal endured long stretches of unemployment. Most significantly, though, Naseem accompanied Bilal and Zahra to an appointment with a specialist where he interpreted important information regarding the young daughter’s medical condition.

After having worked with the Muhammads for over a year, Naseem feels like they’re his family. He and Bilal often chat over a cup of coffee. Zahra, being the great cook that she is, tells Naseem of her plans to start a restaurant. Bilal also talks about his dreams for the future. He hopes to create a better life for his kids than what he has had to live through.
Support families like Bilals today www.muslimfoodbank.com/VirtualFoodDrive

The month of Ramadhan is full of lessons. Teach your children how to save money and support others during the month of Ramadhan by participating in the Ramadhan Kids Campaign!
Coin boxes are available at Surrey warehouse and Richmond office.
Surrey Location: 104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey
Richmond Location: 220-13911 Maycrest Way, Richmond
Please arrange for pick up by calling 1866.248.3868.
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The month of Ramadhan is full of lessons. Teach your children how to save money and support others during the month of Ramadhan by participating in the Ramadhan Kids Campaign! 
Coin boxes are available at Surrey warehouse and Richmond office. 
Surrey Location: 104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey
Richmond Location: 220-13911 Maycrest Way, Richmond
Please arrange for pick up by calling 1866.248.3868.

قال رسول الله
"‏ مَنْ فَطَّرَ صَائِمًا كَانَ لَهُ مِثْلُ أَجْرِهِ غَيْرَ أَنَّهُ لاَ يَنْقُصُ مِنْ أَجْرِ الصَّائِمِ شَيْئًا "
صدق رسول الله
Only one week left till the month of Ramadhan! Provide a family in need with a meal to break their fast with. Support an individual or family for the month of Ramadhan today by donating at muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive/
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قال رسول الله  
‏ مَنْ فَطَّرَ صَائِمًا كَانَ لَهُ مِثْلُ أَجْرِهِ غَيْرَ أَنَّهُ لاَ يَنْقُصُ مِنْ أَجْرِ الصَّائِمِ شَيْئًا 
 صدق رسول الله
Only one week left till the month of Ramadhan! Provide a family in need with a meal to break their fast with.  Support an individual or family for the month of Ramadhan today by donating at https://muslimfoodbank.com/virtualfooddrive/
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