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URDA’s Volunteers: “Good in Ramadan winds hearts and spreads hope.”

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For the seventh day in a row, URDA has been providing Ramadan Iftars (dinner) and food parcels for people from different nationalities in Lebanon.
Kareem, a volunteer in URDA’s Relief teams, said that doing good in Ramadan is a true reflection of moral values and a sense of responsibility. He also highlighted the importance of people standing together in Ramadan and all times.
Mohammad also ensured that people’s interest in good, results from a man’s inner sense of duty to serve others. This happens through providing clothes and food throughout Ramadan. Doing good helps emotional relief and security, not only for the givers but also for the recipients who’ll know they are well heard and seen. These good deeds spread hope and strengthen community relations.

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