Qurbani Meat from Benefactors Cheers Students in Nurussa’adah Islamic Boarding School

Global Qurban-ACT continues to distribute Qurbani animals from Generous Friends. This time, the slaughter and distribution of Qurbani animals were carried out at Nurussa'adah Islamic Boarding School, Tapos Village, RT07/08, Hambalang Village, Citeureup, Bogor.

Nurussa’adah Islamic Boarding School
Students in Nurussa’adah Islamic Boarding School receive Qurbani meat from Generous Friends through ACT. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, BOGOR – Global Qurban-ACT continues to distribute Qurbani animals from Generous Friends. This time, the slaughter and distribution of Qurbani animals were carried out at Nurussa'adah Islamic Boarding School, Tapos Village, RT07/08, Hambalang Village, Citeureup, Bogor.

Through a live broadcast by ACT Bogor Team, Sharah Nur Mala Dewi said that the distributed Qurbani meat packages to the students were raw meat. The students would cook the meat into ready-to-eat meals.

In addition, Global Qurban-ACT, through Qurbani kitchen, distributed 200 packages of ready-to-eat meals. These ready-to-eat meals were packaged in a plastic container and could be directly enjoyed by the students.

Alhamdulillah, I thank Global Qurban-ACT team and generous benefactors for being willing to help our Islamic boarding school here through Qurbani meat,” said Ustaz Muhammad Jamaluddin, a teacher at Nurussa'adah Islamic Boarding School, Thursday (7/23/2021).

From the video received, the students at Nurussa'adah Islamic Boarding School were happy. It was as if they had just received an unexpected fortune. Indeed, they rarely eat nutritious food, let alone eat meat. They did not forget to pray for the benefactors.

Alhamdulillah, they are happy. From morning until noon, the students are eager to help cook in the kitchen because they rarely eat meat," he said.

Ustaz Jamaluddin also prayed for the donors hoping that Allah would repay their kindness. He also thanked ACT for distributing food assistance in the form of Waqf Rice and Waqf Drinking Water.

“Hopefully, Allah will repay what benefactors have given us, and we can meet again in the future. I hope that our colleagues at ACT will be more blessed,” said Jamaluddin.[]