ICNA Relief food drive in Fort Worth, Texas 

Fahim Ahmad, Fort Worth, Texas

ICNA Relief, the largest Muslim charity organization in U.S. distributes Food, blankets and groceries to the needy in Fort Worth, Texas. More than 150 families received grocery items from ICNA Relief Fort  Worth drive-by, Food Pantry.

So far ICNA relief provided assistance to more than 1.5 million people across US during the Pandemic Corona Outbreak.

43 food pantries in different cities of US endure to distribute food and other necessities to COVID-19 lockdown affected citizens.

Fort Worth, Texas distribution of food and groceries under Fort Worth Pantry drive-by to prevent from corona virus during food drive

The campaign was led by Dr. Muhammad Uzair of ICNA Relief

 On the occasion, Dr. Uzair said that under ICNA Relief, Fort Worth drive-by Pantry, hot food, blankets and other items were distributed to more than 150 peoples.

Dr. Uzair, ICNA Relief

According to Dr. Uzair, total of three food pantries in Dallas-Fort Worth are working to help those in need, with donors distributes food and other necessities on every Saturday and Sunday.

ICNA Relief’s Fort Worth Pantry Refugee Camp, which continues its relief activities throughout the year under various ICNA relief programs.

During drive-by food drive, people appreciates and thanks ICNA Relief’s Team efforts across U.S.

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