ACTNews, SOUTH TANGERANG - Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Greater Tangerang and Global Wakaf once again distributed Waqf Drinking Water to several points in South Tangerang, Monday (2/10). The second Waqf Drinking Water distribution in Greater Tangerang reached two mosques: An-Nashr Mosque Bintaro and the Al-Hakim Mosque Serpong.
Both mosques received 100 boxes of Waqf Drinking Water each, complete with the display shelves to make it easier for worshipers to take the free drinking water. Dwi Agustina from the An-Nashr Mosque Sharia Cooperative appreciated the Waqf Drinking Water distribution at the mosque that she manages.
"This is my first time drinking Waqf Drinking Water, and it tastes very refreshing. Water is an essential need. We should prepare drinking water for people who pass by on the road. When I was little, people used to put water jug outside their fences just to provide water for thirsty passers-by. Now, there is the distribution of free Waqf Drinking Water. Alhamdulillah, hopefully, this can help many people," Dwi said.
The worshipers do enjoy drinking the Waqf Drinking Water. One of them hoped that the distribution of Waqf Drinking Water by the Global Wakaf - ACT will be more widespread so that the blessings can also be felt by many people.
Children unloading of the Waqf Drinking Water from the trucks to the An-Nashr Mosque. (ACTNews)
"Thank you Global Wakaf - ACT because this Waqf Drinking Water is very useful to us. Many worshippers often come here, and some of them must need water. Alhamdulillah, this water is free. Hopefully, the distribution will be more widespread, be better, and bring more blessings in the future," said one of the worshippers at An-Nashr Mosque about Waqf Drinking Water.
Rodi Maryanto from the ACT Greater Tangerang Program Team explained that the drinking water distribution will continue in mosques in Greater Tangerang, including mosques that have been reached before.
"If the Waqf Drinking Water supplies in a mosque have run out, you can contact the ACT Greater Tangerang team for a restock. ACT Greater Tangerang also appealed to the recipient mosques to collect the waste to be recycled, or cooperate with the nearest garbage bank to recycle the plastic waste from the Waqf Drinking Water," said Rodi.