Hunger Van at Arab American Family Services.

The founder of Hunger Van, Zamir Hassan and the founders of Arab American Family Services (AAFS), Itedal Shalabi and Nareman Taha; formed a friendship during their 7th annual Domestic Violence and Cancer awareness walk. Post the walk Zamir visited AAFS and joined hands to create awareness and get the community mobilized towards the goal of Hunger Van: “Drive against Hunger”.  On December 5th, 2014, AAFS hosted the Hunger Van and had an amazing turn out of volunteers. Ten hard working and amazing volunteers gathered around the conference room table at AAFS and even though it was their only time off Read More

Sunday of Charity, Romemu Hosts @HungerVan for @ZeroHunger @ShareAmerica

Furthermore, humble submission is the root of service an the way by which a person can stop feeling superior. He will acknowledge that God alone is the Mater of All Creation, as David put it, “Yours, God, are greatness, might, splendor, triumph, and majesty – yes, all that is in heaven and on earth. —Duties of the Heart: The Gates of Dedication of Purpose, Humility, and Repentance, trans. by Avraham Yaakov Finkel to see volunteers in action click here….. October 26th, 2014. At 3:00 PM in the library-basement of Romemu, Institute for Jewish Spirituality, which is located at Central Park North on Read More

Memorial Day Birthday Party for Homeless Veterans

<a href="http://hungervan.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/dscn2227 online strattera.jpg”> For their birthday this year, on memorial day week end, 10 years old Amenah and 7 year old  Sofia Ghani decided to turn the birthday party to a GOOD DEED event. They invited 50 friends from various faiths; Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs to braun help them make 400 meals for the Homeless Veterans and Hungry in our backyard. Kids ages from 5 year to 15 years worked very hard for 2 hours to prepare 400 nutritious and healthy meals for homeless veterans. Ghani sisters also asked the guests to not bring any gifts, and donate, Read More