host a dinner that feeds more than just your guests this ramadan
bring food to the table for 350 Palestine refugee families this summer by becoming an Iftar for Gaza host!
what's an iftar? if·tar / ˈifˌtär
the daily fast-breaking meal eaten by Muslims after sunset during the month of Ramadan.
This Ramadan, host a gathering that will provide food assistance to Palestine refugee families in the Gaza Strip.
47% of households in Gaza are food insecure. But this Ramadan, you have the power to do something about it for 350 families.
Host an Iftar for Gaza, bringing together friends and family to ensure that Palestine refugees can break their fast every night. When you sign up to host and make a $30 donation (or more) we'll mail you a hosting kit.
The more people who host, attend, and donate to an Iftar for Gaza over these next 30 days, the more families we will feed.
This is only as much work as you want it to be. You can cook, do the dinner potluck-style, order delivery, or reserve space at a restaurant – it's all up to you.
Any way you serve it, when you host an Iftar for Gaza this Ramadan, you'll be feeding more than just yourself.
how the iftars work + how you can sign up to host one
why food assistance is needed
The Gaza Strip has been under blockade for a decade, and unemployment and poverty levels are at record highs.
As a result, nearly one million Palestine refugees in Gaza are relying on UNRWA food assistance to meet their basic daily needs. Food assistance packages come four times a year to families living under the poverty line.
By supporting UNRWA food assistance, you're providing a lifeline to Palestine refugees.