We had the pleasure of working with our friends from Muslims Against Hunger, Boston’s Young Muslims Engaging (BYME), and other members of the Boston and Greater Boston Muslim community to help fight hunger in Massachusetts. Together, we built a team of over 90 Muslims and raised close to $5,000 for underprivileged families in Massachusetts. Jazakallah to everyone who helped make this possible.
Our hearts grow heavy for our hometown of #Boston. Thank you to those who have sent emails and messages asking about our well being. #Allhumdulillah, we are physically we’ll but our hearts hurt for those who lost their lives in this senseless act of violence. We personally have friends who were seriously injured in the #bostonmarathon bombing and ask that you keep them in your prayers. We also know that at least two of our Muslim brothers or sisters have been seriously injured in the bombing as well. Please keep them in your #dua may #allah make this time easy for them and make their struggles of that which extinguish any sins or wrong doings they may have done in their past. #inshallah we plan to donate the profits from all out remaining inventory of shirts to helping fund the recovery efforts of those who were effected by this tragedy. We feel this is one of the few ways we can actually help in this trying time. #prayforboston
“Feed the hungry, visit the sick, free the captives.” With the support of those who have embraced our cause, we were able to help fill over 200 parcels at the food pantry in our local mosque. The IMSO food pantry gives out food to over 200 underprivileged families every second & third Sunday of the month. Thank you for helping us help others.