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Homeless and needy provided cooked meals in London

27th Jul 2018

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Muslim Hands and Marhaba Halal Kitchen celebrated the month of Ramadan by providing daily hot cooked meals to hundreds of homeless and needy people in London.

Armed with a band of dedicated volunteers, Ehsan Choudhury, of Marhaba Halal Kitchen and his daughter Zahra, spent weeks leading up to Ramadan earnestly locating and speaking with rough sleepers across the city, taking their dietary requirements and preferences and agreeing when and where they would receive their meals.

Moreover, alongside these individually delivered meals, around 500 cooked meals were distributed daily in public areas in 29 locations across the city. This daunting logistical operation in a city as busy as London was made possible only through the relentless dedication of hundreds of volunteers who, despite observing the long summer days of fasting themselves, came out to support this heart-warming and much-needed project.

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