Feed the Hungry Fitrah Campaign

Feed the Hungry Fitrah Campaign

Makro, Muslim Hands and VOC join forces again

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Feed the Hungry

Ramadan 2019 sees the fourth-year collaboration of the Makro, Muslims Hands and the Voice of the Cape Radio (VOC) joined forces for the good of the community.

The Feed the Hungry Fitrah campaign is a collaboration that gives Makro a chance to say thank you to all their loyal customers and to give back to the supporting community.

Makro has once again selected Muslim Hands as the trusted partner united for this humanitarian cause, and Voice of the Cape Radio (VOC) as the preferred media partner to further highlight the campaign.


Launch Details

The launch of the Feed the Hungry Fitrah campaign will be held at Makro Ottery Store, Cnr Ottery and Old Strandfontein Road on Thursday 2nd May between 2-4pm.

• VOC will be live at Makro Ottery between 2pm to 4pm, to launch the campaign
• The 2 hours live broadcast highlights interviews of representatives from Makro, Muslim Hands, and other role-players around their involvement in this initiative.

• Special guest, community leaders as well as influencers will be present at the launch, they will be interviewed for their reasons of endorsement and will kickstart the first contributions towards the campaign.
• live interviews with Partners, role-players, customers and supporters will also take place.


Get Involved

What to do

Buy non-perishable items in store and drop in the collection box.

Selected items required for the hampers are sold at discounted prices in-store

You may also bring non-perishables from outside the store and drop in the collection box.

Food items including fish oil, baked beans, jam, milk, sugar, flour peanut butter, chips, coffee, cereals, tea, long life milk, maize meal or any other non-perishable groceries.

The Muslim Hands and Makro staff are available throughout the campaign in-store to assist and provide information to all participating customers.

Donations received are packed into family size hampers and distributed to those most in need before the day of Eid 5th June.

Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.