Many people dream of the beauty of white, soft and fluffy snow, but yet there are those who are suffering from the cold harsh winter. 

ISLAMIC RELIEF MALAYSIA
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Rezeki Ramadan

Rezeki Ramadan #gandakanpahala

Rezeki Ramadan is a seasonal programme carried out by Islamic Relief Malaysia to help vulnerable people in 32 countries including Malaysia to ease their burden in preparing sahoor (pre-fast) and iftar (breaking of fast) during the holy month of Ramadan.

The programme, which is implemented globally by the entire Islamic Relief network, has become one of the most awaited programmes by beneficiaries every year.

The food items include rice, flour, corn, pasta, cereals, legumes, canned meat, cooking oil, sugar, tea bags and dates which are distributed in accordance with the staple food of each country.

Last year, Islamic Relief successfully distributed 164,824 food packs to 934,549 beneficiaries across the globe of which Islamic Relief Malaysia managed to help 24,810 individuals with 4,962 food packs using Malaysian donations.

Without your support and generosity, it would have been impossible for us to reach that target.

For distribution within Malaysia, a total of 5,722 packs were distributed which benefited 28,610 individuals.

This year, Islamic Relief Malaysia targets RM 2.4 million in donations to help more than 60,000 beneficiaries through 12,000 food packs.

Of the 12,000 food packs 6,000 will be distributed in Malaysia while another 6,000 packs will be for the vulnerable families in 31 other countries such as Syria, Palestine, Somalia, Yemen, Indonesia  etc.

There will be three packages offered through the Rezeki Ramadan campaign themed #gandakanpahala, namely kongsirezeki Ramadan package for donation as low as RM5 while the other two are donations  for RM200 and RM300 Food Pack according to the food price of selected countries.

The Power of Sincere Dua

"My wife and I and 13 children are living in hard conditions with only a canvas tent to shelter us. Before the conflict in Syria, we celebrate Ramadan in a peaceful way. Now, it just a sweet memory. We always run out of food and sleep on an empty stomach.

“Alhamdulillah, today Allah has answered our prayers with the presence of Islamic Relief staff and the Ramadan food packs. My 13 children are very happy. This aid means a lot to us. May Allah bless those who have helped us.Our prayers are always with all of you.”

Zakareya Ali, a Syrian who now lives in a refugee camp in Bekaa, Lebanon.

"My husband died three years ago in a car accident. Since then, my two children and I had to stay at my sister's house in Taiz, Yemen. There is always lack of food. We have not eaten chicken, meat and fish for a long time. Usually, we only eat beans, bread or rice. The situation becomes more difficult during Ramadan because of the lack of nutritious food for my children to fast. I feel sorry for them because they are still young and yet they have to go through a very difficult life.

“This year, Ramadan gives us a bundle of joy when my name was listed as one of Islamic Relief Ramadan food pack beneficiaries. We are very thankful to those who help us."

Gabra Al Najar, Ramadan food pack beneficiary from Yemen.

"With the help of this Ramadan food pack, we can focus on our religious obligations and do not have to worry on how to feed our families during sahoor (pre-fast) and iftar (breaking fast). Thank you so much for the very generous contributions. May Allah grant all of you with abundance of rizq."

Jamal, one of the Ramadan food packs beneficiaries from Bangladesh.

Rezeki Ramadan Package

#kongsirezeki Ramadan

RM 5
  • Donation as low as
    RM5 to help the vulnerable
    locally and abroad
    during the month
    of Ramadan

Food Pack

RM 200
  • Malaysia, Sri Lanka,
    Bangladesh, Chechnya,
    Lebanon, Nepal, Bosnia,
    South Africa, Tunisia, Albania,
    Kosova, Malawi, Jordan

Food Pack

RM 300
  • Syria, Niger, Myanmar, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines, Kenya, Macedonia, Mali, Palestine (Gaza), Spain, Turkey, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan

Sadaqa is a Symbol of Gratitude

Sadaqa and infaq can be one of the ways to express our gratitude to Allah for every sustenance bestowed upon us.  It can also strengthen and unite the society.

The Prophet Rasulullah S.A.W. said, “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end, except for three things:  continuous charity, knowledge by which people derive benefit and a pious son who prays for him.” – Hadith Muslim.

#rezekiramadan #gandakanpahala

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