Eid comes two twice a year; one is Eid ul Fitr that comes after Ramadan and second one is Eid ul Adha which comes in the Islamic month Zil Haj. There are many Muslims who simply can’t afford one square meal a day let alone celebratethese occasions.
The all-time ritual of new clothes, food and gifts is not the case.
Each year the student of NUR Foundation Schools which are run by Fatima Memorial Hospital are provided with new clothes to every student of its schools from underprivileged areas every year. These children come from poor families and seeing them smile every Eid makes our heart melt.
However with rising prices to keep providing each child a new set of clothes is becoming difficult but with your support we can keep seeing the smiles on these children.
Eid is the most celebrated event in Islam and brings with it joy and happiness; Eid is celebrated twice a year; one comes after Ramadan which is Eid-ul- Fitr and the next one comes in Islamic month of Zilhajj which is Eid-ul- Adha.
Eid-ul-Fitr falls after a month of fasting and it is a day of celebration especially for children with new clothes and “eidi” which is a small sum of money they receive from parents and elder family relatives. It is a day to be with family, a day with lots of food and a day to hold close the joy this life can hold for us.
However, in Pakistan and for many across the globes such joyous occasions hold no meaning because they have to scrape by with whatever comes their way because of lack of employment, opportunities, an education and various other causes.
Fatima Memorial Hospital started its educational programs in underprivileged areas of Lahore and Dera Ghazi Khan in 1985 and today 1850 students are studying in our schools.
We, at Fatima Memorial Hospital try to do our bit by ensuring that very child who studies in our schools receive a new set of clothes every Eid-ul-Fitr because they come from financially constraint backgrounds.
However, it is very difficult for us to provide new clothes to every child; with Eid around the corner in July, we ask for your help to bring a smile on the little angels under our care.
Eid is celebrated by Muslims twice a year; the first is Eid-ul- Fitr and the second one is Eid-ul- Adha. It is a day of joy and happiness which people share with their families, friends and neighbors.
On this joyous occasion there are many families and children who are bereft of this joy because they are poor. Fatima Memorial Hospital intiated its education program in 1985 which provides primary and secondary education to children from less privileged backgrounds in the areas surrounding Lahore and the flood hit area of District Rahim Yar Khan. Today almost 1850 children study in our schools while
We make it our mission to provide every child studying in our schools to get a new outfit on Eid-ul-Fitr which comes after the fasting month of Ramadhan – this year it will be in July and it is tradition to wear new clothes and make lots of sweets and deserts.
We have started collecting clothes and toys for the upcoming Eid and hope not to disappoint even a single child this July.
We need your support to bring a smile to their angelic faces.
Eid comes with the feeling of joy, of family and family gathering together, of food laden tables with gifts and new clothes. Throughout the world Muslims celebrate Eid after the fasting month of Ramadan and it an occasion celebrated by all. .
However, this is not the case for so many who can’t afford a decent meal on the day of Eid let alone new clothes. It is tragic to learn that there are so many who are not familiar with the idea of new clothes and the good food because they simply don’t expect to have it.
For all Muslims, especially children the concept of Eid is filled with lots of excitement and anticipation. It is in the spirit of Islamic traditions and also natural to wish to wear new clothes on such occasion. It is very disheartening to see that not all children have the luxury to afford new clothes on Eid.
Fatima Memorial Hospital introduced an outreach program according to which the Hospital is running the NUR Foundation Schools where 1850 students are educated; these students belong to poor families who cannot afford an education but they do have dreams of a brighter future.
We will humbly request everyone reading this to play their part in helping us get new kids for all the students who study in our schools for this special occasion.
Every child deserves a smile and you can make it happen
Eid-ul- Fitr is a Muslims celebration day that comes after holy month of fasting Ramadan. Muslims enjoy the blessings of Eid-ul-Fitr where after the 29 or 30 days of fasting. On this occasion Muslims share their happiness and joy with their friends and families. People wear new clothes, eat food after a moth of fasting and gave Eid gifts to children and their families. Besides that we don’t forget those who cannot buy new clothes for the Eid due to poor financial conditions. Eid brings the message of joy, love and happiness with your Muslim brother and sisters. At this auspicious moment everyone wants to have new clothes and get together.
We at Fatima Memorial hospital have an outreach program through which the hospital is running NUR Foundation schools where almost 1850 students are studying today. These students are from impoverished backgrounds where the concept of new cloths does not exist and they have to wear the old used clothes.
During this festive moment of Eid the student of our schools we like to gift a new set of clothes as they have been wearing hand me downs the whole year.
Eid will be with us soon and your donations will help us to spread happiness among these children.
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