Muslims have always been at the forefront of caring for fellow humans. They take Prophet Muhammad’s wisdom seriously.
Anas ibn Malik reported: The Prophet, peace, and blessings be upon him, said, “He does not have faith in me who spends the night satiated while he knows that the neighbor to his side is hungry.”
There is another hadith (Sayings ascribed to the Prophet) where his associates asked him. Prophet there is a person who prays all the times, and there is another one who does not pray, but before he goes to sleep, he knocks on his neighbor’s door and shares whatever little food he has – who will God be pleased with the most? Taking care of a neighbor was his response. Such is the importance placed on caring for the neighbor.
This link will remain open, and add as the names come forward. We thank Aliya Khan from Virginia and a participant in American Muslim Politics, a Whatsapp group, for suggesting to write up.
Here are the organizations, who have set up facilities to provide food packets to those who do not have access to it. They are in no particular order
1. North American Islamic Foundation – https://naifcenter.org/contact/
2. Bangladesh Foundation –