The National Muslim Soup Kitchen (NMSK) Day is a time for people from all faiths and backgrounds to join their Muslim sisters and brothers in service to people in need. In addition to providing nourishing hot meals for fellow community members, it provides an opportunity to get to know people from a wide range of backgrounds, as well as make an important statement about standing, and serving alongside, with our Muslim friends and neighbors.
The Muslim Soup Kitchen Project, the organizer of this third annual NMSK Day in the Capital Region, plans to serve and distribute over 1,000 meals in Albany, Schenectady, and Troy, NY. There are many opportunities to help from food preparation on Saturday, April 28 to packaging, driving and serving on Sunday, April 29.
Please use the following links to find out more specifics, and to sign up to volunteer:
If you can, support NMSK Day through financial donations.
For additional information, please visit the Muslim Soup Kitchen Project website or on Facebook.
And please spread the word!