Muslim Americans To Volunteer at Soup Kitchen in the Spirit of Ramadan

Volunteers from the Muslims Against Hunger Project at the Mary Brennan Inn in May 2010.

As you may know, Muslims around the world are fasting this month in recognition of Ramadan, a Islamic period of physical sacrifice and spiritual reflection.

In the spirit of Ramadan, American Muslim Hunger Relief will bring a group of volunteers to the Mary Brennan Inn, a soup kitchen in Hempstead, to help feed those in need. I wrote a story in May 2010 about a similar effort by the area group Muslims Against Hunger Project.

Here’s the info for the day of service in the event that you are able to participate:

Tuesday, August 16, 8:30am-1:30pm

Mary Brennan Inn Soup Kitchen, 100 Madison Avenue, Hempstead

Full Shift: 8:30am-1:30pm
Lunch Prep Shift (in kitchen): 8:30-11am
Lunch Serve Shift: 11am-1pm
Clean Up Shift: 12:30-1:30pm

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