COVID- 19 (Corona Virus)

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COVID – 19 (CORONA Virus)

Coronavirus has shifted the world as we know it

Since COVID-19, BDesh Foundation has been active in many community service efforts in Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, New York, North Carolina as well as overseas in Rohingya refugee camps and in Bangladesh.
Your donation can help make a difference during this global pandemic. Below are our COVID-19 emergency relief efforts that need your support 

 

Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said, ‘Give Sadaqa without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity. ‘ Al- Tarmidi.




COVID – 19 (CORONA Virus) Challenge

Coronavirus Relief: What’s Happening and How to Help

The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced. The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to the pandemic, which has caused thousands of casualties and spread to more than 100 countries. These projects include efforts to stop the virus’s spread and help patients recover from it, as well as education initiatives, focused on prevention.

  • Serve A Meal for Homeless, First Responders, and US Veterans.
  • BDesh New York Delivering groceries to Elderly, single mothers and others in need.
  • BDesh North Carolina volunteers are making masks.
  • BDesh Bangladesh – Providing food baskets, Hygiene kits to Rohingya Refugees, and other districts like Dhaka, Sylhet, Mymensing, Pabna, Kustia and Barisal.

 

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Serve A Meal

The Coronavirus outbreak has placed America’s homeless population at risk. Please donate to provide fresh, healthy meals to those in need.


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The Coronavirus epidemic has shifted the world as we know it.
While many of us are able to be quarantined at home, there’s one sector of the country that does not have that privilege: the homeless population.
Doctors state that more than half a million homeless people are at higher risk of catching and dying from the Coronavirus.

  • 200+ homeless individuals sleep in closed quarters at homeless shelters in the Washington, DC metro area. While others are out on the streets.
  • The majority of them are over 50 years old putting them at a higher risk than almost any other group.

With your $10 donation, we can provide hot meals to feed over 1,000 homeless individuals in the DC area through our Serve A Meal program.



The Coronavirus epidemic has shifted the world as we know it.
While many of us are able to be quarantined at home, there’s one sector of the country that does not have that privilege: the homeless population.




Who will your donation impact?

  • With the current pandemic currently your donation will support the homeless, US Veterans, and first responders in the DC metro area.
  • We provide over 100+ meals to locations such as the Embry Rucker Shelter (Reston, VA), the CCNV Shelter (Washington, DC), the DC Veterans Group, Reston Hospital and more.

How are you distributing meals?

  • Meals are prepared by local restaurants that follow CDC guidelines such as The Halal Guys (Ashburn), Subway (Sterling). Dhonno Fried Chicken (Sterling), Hyderabad Palace Catering (Aldie).
  • BDesh volunteers deliver items to the respective service locations (i.e. shelters, hospitals, etc.) following social distancing guidelines.




Cost of a Meal

The cost of a meal is only $10, which includes a hot meal, a bag of chip, water and cookies.
It is a much discounted price. We encourage you to sponsor a meal for 100 for $1000. Corporate sponsors are also welcome.

How much should you donate?

  • We encourage you to sponsor 100 meals for $1000.
  • Corporate sponsors are also welcome; please email info@bdeshfoundation.org for more details.







Food Relief for COVID-19 Affected

Food Relief for COVID-19 affected Elderly and Vulnerable one in New York City

BDesh Foundation’s team in New York City with the support of MusCare’s team in New York City, Dulles United Association, MAFIQ Foundation, and Med Repair Tech are providing doorstep grocery distribution to elderly and those vulnerable to COVID-19 in New York City. Our team is working tirelessly for the goal of saving lives by limiting the elderly and needy individuals’ exposure to the outside community. We are following government guidelines in all of our projects to ensure everyone stays healthy and in God’s will.



Who will your donation impact?
  • Elderly who are vulnerable to COVID-19 virus or those who are recovering from it?
  • Elderly with other critical medical conditions that limits mobility
  • Low income households and single-mother households.
How are you distributing food?

Delivering food baskets directly to homes using social distancing guidelines

How much should I donate?

Cost of Food Basket: $100 each

Food Basket Items include





Canned tuna / Salmon

Cereal

Rice

Daal

Flour

Bread

Pasta

Oil

Sugar

Tea bags

Milk powder

Biscuits

Rice puffs

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COVID-19 Masks

RAMADAN FOOD BASKET




COVID-19 Emergency Relief for Rohingya and Others in Bangladesh

There are millions of garment factory workers like rickshaw pullers in Bangladesh that have been released from work in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. They are without income and without resources to fight the pandemic or even have the essentials to survive.
Rohingya refugees are also very vulnerable due to this pandemic.



 






THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSERS

 

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