This project offering Iftar meals (breaking of the fast meals) to those people who are fasting and accompanying patients at the Fatima Memorial Hospital (FMH).
In the event of any sickness that makes people feel unwell, a person is allowed not to fast. The very elderly who have lost their strength and are getting weaker every day are also allowed not to fast.
FMH is a 500 bed Trust hospital & 85% of the patients are from the underprivileged class who are provided treatment either free or at highly subsidized rates. The indoor patients have attendants looking after them and through this project we will be providing Iftar to these fasting attendants.
FMH is operating a with a mission to provide quality healthcare to patients from all walks of life. By providing Iftar to the attendants of the indoor non paying patients, we provide an opportunity for the non fasting to receive blessings of God.
The project will provide Iftar to 850 fasting people every day, who are attending to their loved ones admitted in our hospital and come from economically deprived background. This enables the non fasting to get the blessings of Allah in Ramadan.
My heart is very full.I have seen a modern institution that provides care to all patients, no matter what their financial status may be.Thank you for all that you do. - Sarah E. Walker, President American College of Physicians-Donor
Total Funding Received to Date: $875
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $71,162
Total Funding Goal: $72,037
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).
Chief Operating Officer