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One Million Meals Project - Feed the Less Fortunate - December 07, 2006
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One Million Meals Project
The world is full of people who cannot afford to feed their children a decent meal even one time a day.  Hidaya Foundation (www.hidayatrust.org) distributes food packages along with distribution of Eid Ul Adha -Sacrifice meat. Due to buying in bulk and distributing in rural areas, it costs only approximately 25 cents per meals.  This mean you can feed 200 people just for $50 or 1000 for just $250.

To donate online for our One Million Meals project visit:

Eid Ul Adha Qurbani (Sacrifice) 2006/2007
Hidaya Foundation has arranged Eid Ul Adha Qurbani (Sacrifice) Project in Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, West Africa & North America.  The cost is $50 for a share of Ox/Buffalo and $100 for goat/sheep.  For North America prices kindly call.

To place order for ox/buffalo share(s):

To place order for goat/sheep:

You may mail checks payable to: Hidaya Foundation, P.O. Box 5481, Santa Clara, CA 95056

Waseem Baloch
Hidaya Foundation
(866) 244-3292 Toll Free

Hidaya Foundation (www.hidayatrust.org) is a US based non-profit 501 (C)(3) charitable organization, with Tax ID# 77-0502583. Its mission is to implement projects in economically depressed areas of the worldwide to decrease the pain & misery of the poorest of the poor.

Sitara-e-Isaar Awarded to Hidaya Foundation

The sister organization of Hidaya Trust, Hidaya Foundation was awarded Sitara-i-Eisaar (Star of Sacrifice) by the Government of Pakistan, in recognition of the results-oriented relief efforts of both the organizations during the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan. It was awarded during a special ceremony held at the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, DC.

In Keeping with our commitment to the communities in which Hidaya Trust operates, it hires its work force as an equal opportunity employer.  It means that employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and not on race, color, status in the society, ancestry, sex, age, religion, creed and marital status.