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22 April 2024 / 13. Shawal 1445

Fill My Cup ‘Back to School’ Campaign: Help 3,968 children in Kenya by sharing a short video with your family, friends, and communities

Imam al-Sadiq (as) said:  “One of the things which gives one obligatory entrance into paradise and forgiveness is feeding a starving person,” then he went on to recite the verse of Allah in the Qur’an:  “or feeding (the needy) on a day of starvation.”

The World Federation’s ‘Fill My Cup – Back to School Campaign’ addresses hunger among 3,968 school children in Kenya by providing them with a hot and nutritional porridge breakfast each morning. Since the start of this campaign, we have filled over 50,000 empty cups with porridge.

Please help us fill another 50,000 by asking your family, friends, community members and madrasahs to support this program. Watch and share this short video and become ambassadors of these hopeful children who are counting on our generosity. The children we help come from families who cannot even afford a simple breakfast.

Your support means everything!

View Video

Donate in Europe
Donate in North America
Donate in the rest of the World

Donate directly to your Jamaat Treasurer

To donate £2/£4/£10 text to 70070:
• WFED48 £2, or
• WFED48 £4, or
• WFED48 £10

For more information, please email [email protected]

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