The Fadak Association for Orphans Care Hosts Communal Iftar in Baghdad

In a demonstration of compassion and community spirit, The Fadak Association for Orphans Care recently organised a communal Iftar (breaking of fast) event in Baghdad, catering to orphans and the underprivileged during the holy month of Ramadan. The event featured a carefully curated banquet offering a variety of traditional dishes and homemade meals.

Organisers preparing for the shared Iftar.

Attendees were treated to big plates of rice, complemented by an assortment of meats. Watermelon slices, olives, and other foods added to the richness of the meal. Beyond the shared Iftar, the evening was enriched with activities, competitions, and the presence of notable personalities from the community. 

Meat and rice being plated for the attendees.

Leaders came together in support of the initiative, emphasising the importance of solidarity and care for those in need. The shared breaking of the fast symbolises unity and gratitude among attendees and those who organised it. Each child left with a meaningful gift, a token of the care and generosity extended by The Fadak Association and its supporters. 

The Fadak Association’s communal Iftar exemplified the power of collective kindness and community engagement, embodying the true essence of Ramadan. Such initiatives not only provide nourishment but also foster a sense of belonging and hope for a brighter future in Baghdad.

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