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American Muslims for Hunger Relief

The AMFHR (American Muslims for Hunger Relief) is grassroots organization to serve the hungry and homeless with compassion, dignity,and respect without any discrimination of color, race, gender or religion.

As another year comes to an end, AMFHR would like to take the time to thank you for supporting our organization.

AMFHR has been able to accomplish many of our goals this blessed year: we have expanded our soup kitchen events even further in New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia,  held canned food drives, and Qurbani meat collection programs.
All of our accomplishments are due to the generosity of volunteers, donors, and sponsors.

We appreciate all your help and encourage you to continue our support so that we can continue to expand our program!!.

Help us by all means:

  • Volunteer you time.
  • Donate online directly to http://amfhr.com/index.php/donate
  • Send Your Check to :
    American Muslims For Hunger Relief
    P.O. Box 213 Howell, NJ, 07731 .

AMFHR is 501c (3) Organization so your donations are tax expempted.

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P.O. Box 213 Howell, NJ, 07731 .


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Eid ul-Adha requires the sacrifice of an animal of which 1/3 is eaten by immediate family and relatives, 1/3 given to friends, and 1/3 is donated to the poor. This act symbolizes our willingness to give up some of our own bounties, in order to strengthen ties of friendship and help those who are in need. In the spirit of such a blessed day, AMFHR is hosting it's Qurbani Collection program.

Since the start of this program AMFHR has collected over 3000 pounds and has distributed your donations to needy families across the NY and  NJ area. This year, as part of our Feed the Hungry Spread the Peace campaign, AMFHR will be collecting Qurbani Meat at the following locations:

AMFHR request you to pack the meat before delivering it to the locations listed before noon on Friday, October 18, 2013.

Once you drop your donation to one of the designated Drop-off locations,  please NOTIFY us by sending a text to our coordinators or an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Contacts:

 

Central Jersey Northern New Jersey Long Island
Ghani Khan 732-685-4605 Mohammad Ali 201-566-3389
Ehtesham Syed 201-927-5687
Pervez Ahmed 516-535-9123



Drop of Locations
Central Jersey Area
[CNJ-1] Shahnawaz Halal Meat
1382 Oak Tree Rd
Iselin NJ 08830
732-283-0007

[CNJ-2] Shalimar Halal Meat Store
41 Middlesex Ave
Iselin NJ 08830
732-283-7474

[CNJ-3] Al Madina Halal
1201 St Georges Ave
Colonia NJ 07067
732-218-5388

[CNJ-4] Supreme Halal Meat Grocery
3076 Route 27 North
Kendall Park NJ 08824
732-297-1900

[CNJ-5] Supreme Halal Meat Grocery
1412 Stelton Rd
Piscataway NJ 08859
732-393-9700
[CNJ-6] Ravi Halal Meat: 1297 Rt. 9 North
Old Bridge NJ.
Long Island, New York

[LINY-1] Jaame Masjid Bellemore
1425 New bridge Rd. Rt-106 Bellmore, NY 11710

[LINY-2] Unique Food Mart
187 -16 Hillside Ave Jamaica, NY 11432

[LINY-3] Park Valley Halal Meats Inc.
369 N. Central Avenue Valley Stream, NY 11580

[LINY-4] Halal Spice Curry
2238 Hempstead Tpke East Meadow, NY 11554

[LINY-5] Kashmiri Bazar
472 S Broadway, Hicksville NY 11801
North Jersey Area

[NNJ-1] Lahore Grocery Halal meat  1387 Queen Anne Rd Teaneck N.J 07666

[NNJ-2] Marahaba Halal Meat 255 Degraw Ave Teaneck N.J 07666

[NNJ-3] Minar Halal Meat 258 Degraw Ave Teaneck N.J 07666

[NNJ-4] Darul Islah 320 Fabry Terrace Teaneck N.J 07666

[NNJ-5]Madina Halal Meats
62 Lehigh Ave, Paterson . N J.

 

Good Deeds multiplies in this holy month and the AMFHR team is offering the perfect opportunity

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You can help us fulfill our Islamic obligations, as well as your own, by donating money or by volunteering your services to help feed your community’s hungry and homeless. In this time of growing ecomonic hardship, there is an even greater and more pressing need to help families who are having a difficult time gettting back on their feet.


It is narrated on the authority of 'Abdullah b. 'Amr that a man asked the Messenger of Allah (may peace and blessings be upon him) which of the merits (is superior) in Islam. He (PBUH) remarked: That you provide food and extend greetings to one whom you know or do not know.(Muslim)

Please circulate this flier among family, and friends. Also please post this in your Mosque and other public areas.

Volunteers must be at least 12 years of age, and must register AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Please volunteer your time to this great cause.

AMFHR Annual Report 2012

Assalamu Alaykum,

As another year comes to an end, AMFHR would like to say THANK YOU for supporting our organization. Alhamdulilah, AMFHR has been able to accomplish many of the goals throughout this past year, including soup kitchen events in various churches and mosques, canned food drives, and our Qurbani meat collection program. Along with those projects, AMFHR has successfully opened a new chapter in Philadelphia! Below is a summary of the events we were able to accomplish in the year 2012.

AMFHR Soup Kitchen Events 2012
This year AMFHR has expanded its feeding program across New Jersey into New York and Pennsylvania. Nonetheless, we are still concentrated in the New Jersey area, and have been focusing our efforts on the most needed areas. Below is a chart that illustrates the amount of soup kitchen events at various locations across New Jersey and the tri-state area. Inter-Faith Relations


2012 Soup Kitchens
Inter-faith Activities
AMFHR has also been building inter-faith relations, by working with various Churches to hold Soup Kitchen Events for the local community. AMFHR works closely with the Rahway Presbyterian Church throughout the year to provide hot meals for the homeless in the area. AMFHR has also been donating baked goods and canned food to Lakewood’s Tent City run by Reverend Steve.
2012 Soup Kitchens

 

 

AMFHR in the Muslim Community

As part of our overall message, AMFHR seeks to shed a positive light to the Muslim community. AMFHR has been working with many Islamic Institutions, including various Islamic Schools, Masjids. Islamic schools like: ICOB Academy, UMA Sunday School, Baytul-Iman, Al Ghazali, Pioneer Academy in Hackensack, Crescent School in Long Island, and Darul-Arqam, have been deposit sites for our canned food collection. These canned food drives have been held on and off throughout the year, all supplies have been donated to various Food Banks, shelters, as well as individual families who have been in need.


ICOB Academy Baytul Iman Academy Darul-Arqam Al Ghazali Pioneer Academy Crescent School
• Institute of Islamic Information, Parlin
• IQRA Community Services, East Brunswick
• Darul-Islah Masjid, Teaneck
• Minhaj ul Quran, Hackensack
• Masjid Nida ul Islam, Teaneck
• Islamic centre of ocean county, Toms River
• Masjid Bilal, Toms River
• Jaame Masjid Bellmore, Bellmore NY
• Hillside Islamic Center, New Hyde Park, NY
• Islamic Center of Long Island (ICLI), Westbury, NY

Feed Philly Project

As part of our expansion effort, AMFHR has opened up a new chapter in Philadelphia, PA, under the leadership of Dr. Hamza Shaikh and his wife Farah Shaikh. To mark the beginning of this new chapter, AMFHR took on the ambitious Feed Philly Project, where we were able to feed over 1200 people across seven shelters, three mosques, and two churches
Feed Philly.
Ramadan 2012

Ramadan is a blessed time of the year, and each year we strive to further help Muslim families in need. This year, AMFHR introduced our Ramadan Food Baskets which were made up of various food items that would allow a family in need to observe Ramadan with a comfortable Iftaar Dinner throughout this holy month. Food items were collected in various Islamic schools and masjids. In total, AMFHR volunteers were able to deliver these Food Baskets to 200 families.
Feed Philly
Qurbani Meat Collection

Along with our Ramadan Food Baskets, AMFHR also collected Qurbani Meat to give to Muslim families in need. This has become an annual event, and the response we received from our supporters was truly amazing. This was done in conjunction with many Halal Meat Stores, which served as deposit sites for the Meat Collection. AMFHR was able to collect an astounding 3000 lbs of meat this year, and with the help of our volunteers, we were able to distribute them to families all across New Jersey, as well as New York.
Thanks Giving Weekend Programs

On the day of Thanksgiving November 22nd the organization went to Newark and the surrounding area to provide food .
The event led by the chair Ghani Khan and guided by local muslim leaders went to multiple shelters to distribute food in front of them. The food was distributed to people of the shelters and many others who passed by and were in need of food (rice and chicken platter, water, bananas, granola and chocolate bars). The organization is dedicating its efforts to providing food for needy and will continue to strive.
A special thanks to the ICOB Academy for sponsoring the food for this event. Also a huge thanks to our dedicated volunteers who made all this possible by working relentlessly

See more pics at http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.498098026889823.120000.261724973860464&type=1&l=a80af68f5b
AMFHR - Thanks Giving - Newark



Muslims and Jewish Event at Hempstead to help Sandy Victims
Our Muslim Jewish twinining event was very successful yesterday at County clerk office for Town of Hempstead. American Muslims for Hunger Relief- AMFHR donated boxes of canned food and blankets to Supervisor of Town of Hempstead, Long Island. http://toh.li/supervisor
A coalition of Long Island mosques and synagogues, Muslim and Jewish schools and organizations were present at the event, including the Islamic Center of Long Island (Westbury), Temple Israel (Lawrence), Long Island Muslim Society (East Meadow), Temple Sinai (Roslyn Heights), Solomon Schecter School (Jericho), Crescent School ( Hempstead), Masjid Darul Quran (Bay Shore), American Muslims For Hunger Relief (AMFHR) and The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and donated blankets, warm coats and non-perishable food items.
AMFHR - Hempstead

Your donations are Tax Exempt.

Donate to AMFHR Project

You can help us fulfill our Islamic obligations, as well as your own, by donating money or by volunteering your services to help feed your community’s hungry and homeless. In this time of growing ecomonic hardship, there is an even greater and more pressing need to help families who are having a difficult time gettting back on their feet.


It is narrated on the authority of 'Abdullah b. 'Amr that a man asked the Messenger of Allah (may peace and blessings be upon him) which of the merits (is superior) in Islam. He (PBUH) remarked: That you provide food and extend greetings to one whom you know or do not know.(Muslim)

Please circulate this flier among family, and friends. Also please post this in your Mosque and other public areas.

Volunteers must be at least 12 years of age, and must register AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Please volunteer your time to this great cause.

 

AMFHR held soup kitchen at First Presbyterian church in Rahway for 150 people. They received chicken, rice, vegetables, garnola bars, and bananas. The Soup kitchen management & volunteers were grateful to AMFHR for delivering the food for their needy community.
Rosanne, the program director of Food for Friends, made an announcement to the guests & thanked AMFHR and the Muslim community for their diligence and consistent support to Food for Friends Soup kitchen.

Afterwards the AMFHR team delivered the food to the residents of Lakewood Tent City. Rev Steve received the food, clothes, and blankets in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday.


Rev Steve mentioned that on this holiday their food donations are substantially lower and he was grateful to AMFHR & the Muslim community for the meals served in the course of a year as well as the canned food items & Bakery goods that AMFHR donated weekly throughout the year.

This Thanksgiving holiday was marked by moments for the AMFHR team. The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has left foodbank's supplies depleted and many throughout the East Coast are left homeless. In these oppressing times it is important to remember not only what you have but that the possibility of tomorrow is always bright when there is faith in your hearts. The AMFHR team understands that by working collectively we can make a better tomorrow.

A special thanks to the ICOB Academy for sponsoring the food for this event. Also a huge thanks to our dedicated volunteers who made all this possible by working relentlessly.


Rahway Soup Kitchen

 

On the day of Thanksgiving November 22nd the organization went to Newark and the surrounding area to provide food .

The event led by the chair Ghani Khan and guided by local muslim leaders went to multiple shelters to distribute food in front of them. The food was distributed to people of the shelters and many others who passed by and were in need of food (rice and chicken platter, water, bananas, granola and chocolate bars). The organization is dedicating its efforts to providing food for needy and will continue to strive.

A special thanks to the ICOB Academy for sponsoring the food for this event. Also a huge thanks to our dedicated volunteers who made all this possible by working relentlessly

See more pics at http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.498098026889823.120000.261724973860464&type=1&l=a80af68f5b

 

 

 

 

Our Muslim Jewish twinining event was very successful yesterday at County clerk office for Town of Hempstead. American Muslims for Hunger Relief- AMFHR donated boxes of canned food and blankets to Supervisor of Town of Hempstead, Long Island. http://toh.li/supervisor
A coalition of Long Island mosques and synagogues, Muslim and Jewish schools and organizations were present at the event, including the Islamic Center of Long Island (Westbury), Temple Israel (Lawrence), Long Island Muslim Society (East Meadow), Temple Sinai (Roslyn Heights), Solomon Schecter School (Jericho), Crescent School ( Hempstead), Masjid Darul Quran (Bay Shore), American Muslims For Hunger Relief (AMFHR) and The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and donated blankets, warm coats and non-perishable food items.
Jewish and Muslim leaders and Town Supervisor Kate Murray spoke about the devastation of Sady and how different group responded and people from different groups came together to support the victims and in this case Muslims and Jews of Long Island. Children from Jewish School and Crescent Muslim School also spoke about the common understand between two faith.
Other groups and people from different organizations praised AMFHR efforts in New Jersey for hurricane victims.

One group of muslims from Hempstead which was represented by Sister Sakira also showed interest to start the feeding program again in Hemstead as they use to work in past with Muslims against Hunger and with the demise of this organization they want to work with some other organization. They were told that as AMFHR already sponsoring soup kitchens in Long Island and will work with them for future events and will do one before Christmas/New Year holidays.

We also like to thank our volunteers and specially Anwar Syed Bhai for their help and effort to make this event successful.


Jazakullah,
Pervez Ahmed

American Muslims for Hunger Relief (AMFHR) is a non-profit organization that provides food to those in need living within our local community.

Soup Kitchens on Thanksgiving weekend

Locations :

11/22 - Newark and surrounding

11/24 - Atlantic City and surrounding


Volunteer Register Click Here

 


Volunteers must be at least 12 years of age, and must register AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Please volunteer your time to this great cause.

If you would like to make a monetary donation, please mail your checks to:
American Muslims for Hunger Relief,
P.O. Box 213 Howell, NJ, 07731.
Note: Each meal costs $6.

Contact:
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http://www.amfhr.com
Ghani Khan 732-685-4605
Mohammad Ali 201-566-3389
Pervez Ahmed 516 -535- 9123

AMERICAN MUSLIMS FOR HUNGER RELIEF  is planning to feed 1000 People in Philly area
WHEN : October 20, 2012

With the help of following organization

  • Qaams Group
  • halalbite.com
  • Young Muslims
  • United Muslim Masjid
  • Masjidullah PA
  • Morris Brown  Church
  • Undisclosed Shelters
  • Philly Volunteers
  • Philly Muslim Community


Would you like to Help or Sponsor us?

Volunteer Register Click Here


Tweet with us using #feedphilly and #muslimserve with help of @amfhrnation

 

AMFHR Eid Celebration for Family and Friends
Location : Baytul Iman Academy 311 Laurel Avenue Keansburg,NJ
Date : On Saturday August 25th, 2012
Time: 6:00 P.M. Sharp

Activities
Drawing Competition
AMFHR Report
Dinner
Mushaira(by famous poets)


For more details please contact:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Perwez Ahmed: 516-535-9123
Mohammad Ali Makandar: 201-566-3389
Ghani Khan: 732-685-4605
Jamil Usman: 908-421-2928


 

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