National Food Alms Movement Benefits Al-Istiqomah Mosque Congregants in Serang City

Waqf Drinking Water and Waqf Rice were distributed to dozens of orphans, mosque caretakers, and Quran teachers at the Al Istiqomah Mosque in Serang City. This rice and drinking water distribution is part of the National Food Alms movement that aims to benefit the whole country.

Symbolic handover of the Waqf Rice to Al-Istiqomah Mosque Board in Serang City. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, SERANG - The National Food Alms Movement benefitted the caretakers and congregants of Al-Istiqomah Mosque in Kagungan Village, Serang District, Serang City, Monday (3/8/2021). Aksi Cepat Tanggap and Masyarakat Relawan Indonesia Banten distributed dozens of boxes of Waqf Drinking Water and Waqf Rice to members of the mosque board, caretakers, and orphans.

Head of Al Istiqomah Mosque Board Soni expressed his gratitude for the assistance provided by ACT. "We, the members of the mosque board and orphans, sincerely pray for ACT and the success of the National Food Alms Movement. We hope that it will continue and benefit many people," said Soni.

The ACT Banten Program Coordinator Sukma Jayalaksana explained that Al Istiqomah Mosque congregants were very enthusiastic in welcoming the National Food Alms Movement. "Alhamdulillah, the community warmly welcome our program. They now know that we can help one another through the National Food Alms Movement. Hopefully, this program can involve many people to share with each other," said Sukma.

The National Food Alms Movement was launched to invite the community to get involved in humanitarian programs and to expand ACT and Global Waqf’s food programs aimed at creating food security and sovereignty for the nation. []