Annual Elderly Eid Gift Drive

Eid driveAssalamu’alaikum!

We’re approaching that special time of the year again, abuzz with excitement, imaan and a little too much sugar from iftaar time.

As we step up our game for this last phase of Ramadan, cramming in as much ibada and good deeds as we possibly can, we also hope to maintain our spiritual engagement once the month is gone…

And The Y Factor has just the opportunity for you to make good on that intention inshaAllah!

Bringing you our annual Elderly Eid Gift Drive, the Y Factor team invites you to join us in bringing company and solace to the esteemed seniors of our community in hospitals and nursing homes.

As the festive air and spirit of Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations draw nearer and we enthusiastically throw ourselves into baking sweets, buying new clothes, decorating our houses and organising family gatherings, it is important to remember that many an elder will be spending it alone.

Through our annual campaign, and with the support of Mission of Hope, The Y Factor’s volunteers visited more than 100 elderly persons in hospitals, nursing homes and their private homes bearing gifts and flowers every Eid-ul-Fitr for the last two years.

We pray that we are able to bring joy and smiles to our honoured elderly again this Eid, inshaAllah, and we would love for you to join us in this endeavor.

If you want to grasp this good deed opportunity, fill out this quick expression of interest. We will then touch base with you, inshaAllah, and put you on your way to post-Ramadan rewards.

May Allah bless you all for your good intentions, and Eid Mubarak in advance from The Y Factor team!

Wassalaam,

The Y Factor team
E: theyfactor876@gmail.com

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