Islamic Help and the Sultan Bahu Trust are seeking to support people during the holy month of Ramadan by providing free Iftar boxes for those in need across B11 and B12 postcodes.
With the holy month of Ramadan approaching us – it is set to be a Ramadan like no other we’ve experienced. Throughout the Coronavirus crisis, it has been an honour for us to be able to serve you and the community.
For the past 30 years, The Bahu Trust Masjid has been providing a communal iftar for people to come together in the mosque and open their fast, unfortunately, this year it is not possible but we want to keep the spirit of this service and continue to being able to provide iftar to people in their homes.
We are planning to deliver free iftar boxes for people who need them. Each box will be prepared freshly on the day, serve one person and contain; dates, fruit, one starter, rice/biryani and a fruit drink.
As you have reached out to us in the past, we wanted to ask if you would be interested in having iftar boxes delivered to you, please email us and let us know and also include how many you would need for your household, in order to allow us to plan ahead. This service is also open to non-Muslims, please also feel free to recommend others who you may feel could benefit from this service
Finally, from the team at Islamic Help and the Bahu Trust, we wish that you and your loved ones are staying safe and wish you Ramadan Mubarak.
Islamic Help & Bahu Trust