Hot iftar meal - Gaza

Hot iftar meal - Gaza


Feed the Fasting Gaza Iftar Meal

Hot iftar meals in Gaza

“Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all." (Ibn Khuzaymah)

A staggering 1.6 million Palestinians don’t have enough to eat and in Gaza, almost 69% are food insecure. The debilitating blockade, consistent airstrikes, and high levels of unemployment in Gaza have made it almost impossible to make a reliable living.

Charity brings mercy upon those who receive as well as those who give. Be a mercy to a Palestinian family in Gaza struggling to afford food, and reap the blessings of Ramadan.

€8 - provide a family with one hot iftar meal

Human Appeal’s Feed the Fasting campaign makes it easy to receive the mercy and generosity of the holy month, whatever your budget.

Support our Feed the Fasting projects and we’ll make sure your donation provides iftar in Gaza this Ramadan. Help a vulnerable person or family to be free to worship, fast, and remember Allah, safe in the knowledge that they won’t have to struggle for their next meal, or expose themselves to the virus just to feed their families.

What does my donation provide?

For €8, you can support a vulnerable person struggling to afford food this Ramadan with a nutritious hot iftar meal in Gaza.

We’re focusing on supporting families in Gaza who have no significant source of income, and those that contain widows, orphans, people with disabilities.

Why give with Human Appeal ?

We’ve been feeding fasting families for over 30 years, in which time we’ve developed streamlined programmes that put the needs of the communities we help first. Last Ramadan, your charity allowed us to provide 178,627 people with iftar across 10 countries, including 45,096 in Palestine.

This year, spread mercy to a vulnerable family affected by oppression, the blockade, and hunger in Gaza.

Share an iftar with a vulnerable family, and reap the mercy of the blessed month of Ramadan.