We held a successful Food Bank Campaign for the Zabaleen families providing them with a grocery bag full of much-needed daily food supplies like sugar, oil, tea, rice, butter, and grains. such as fave beans. With only $25.00 you could help an individual. Todate, thanks to your donations 1250 individuals were
ROOTA offered this summer a program for Healthy meals for primary and junior intermediate students.
Thanks to our donors we were able to support around 330 Zabaleen individuals in 2019-2020. As the situation of the pandemic is continuing we aspire that you partner with us to help this marginalized community. The looming effects of the pandemic is still prevailing and is continuing. The situation is bleak and we hope you will choose to partner with us to help this much needed families.
A good segment of this vulnerable population is day workers living from hand to mouth, relying on their daily wages. As a consequence of government orders to remain at home, these families no longer have any income; many are now forced to eat from the waste they collect and sift through trash to feed their families.
We are seeking your continued support to provide the basic necessities of life, including enough food for the vulnerable, especially during this difficult time. We are looking at supporting this year also another 1000 families in 2021 by providing them with L.E.400 per month equivalent to CAD30. One hundred percent of all proceeds will go to obtaining food materials, immediately, from the local market. Trained and well-geared healthcare personnel will distribute boxes filled with food to those families in need. We thank you for any donation you can provide as well as all your continued support.
“Teach a mother to teach the world” Amarok Society.
When you partner with us in teaching and educating a Zabaleen woman you will be investing in not only educating her but you will be investing in a whole family and consequently a community. Eventually, you will see this investment having a ripple effect of empowering the Zabaleen community as a whole.
Zabaleen are eager to learn. Education empowers.
Teaching women sewing using remnant fabric donated to them by local factories which otherwise would have been waste.