Brooklyn Emerge, a leading Pakistani-American social service organization in New York, distributes hot meal and Ramadan package boxes to hundreds of needy.
With the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, Brooklyn Emerge has begun distributing free hot meal to Americans of all races and ethnicities. Hundreds of citizens have so far benefited from the humanitarian services of Brooklyn Emerge.
However, this time Brooklyn Emerge management plans to provide hot meal as well as Ramadan package boxes to the needy citizens.
Talking to Voice of South Asia in this regard, team member Nasir Khan provided details.
The organization organized a food pantry outside the Quba Mosque on Foster Avenue in Brooklyn.
500 citizens received free hot meal as well as ghee, flour, rice, pulses, fruits, vegetables, dates, chicken, breads and other food items in the Ramadan package box in a single day.