Plainfield NJ Muslim Community Soup Kitchen Serves 80 People Per Week - see below
From the Conveners of Imams
Plainfield's Muslim Community Soup Kitchen Serves Over 80 Thanksgiving Meals
by Jennifer Popper of Tap Into Plainfield News
PLAINFIELD, NJ — The Muslim Community Soup Kitchen served Thanksgiving dinners on Saturday to more than 80 people at Masjidullah Plainfield. MCSK serves meals at 1:00 p.m. every Saturday, and food items range from fresh fruits, chicken, fish and salads.
The group's goals include cooking and feeding the hungry, collecting and donating seasonal clothing, and collecting canned goods for those in need. Those served do not have to be Muslim
This Saturday, Elnora Muhammad, Imam Earnest Shakir, Miriam Abdul-Aziz, Rita Furqaan-Uqdah, Hasana Muhammad, Rashidah Ali, Faheemah El-Amin, Siddeeq El-Amin and Imam Khalil Abdul-Aziz were prepping for the giveaway that included homemade foods like seafood and potato salads, and dessert donations from Costco.
Another food contributor, John Muhammad, was spotted in the parking lot. He said he does whatever he's asked to do, including making food and transporting items in his truck.
The Muslim Community Soup Kitchen is a charitable Islamic religious-based organization incorporated in 1997, and is an affiliate of Masjidullah, Inc. Masjidullah Plainfield is located at 325 Grant Avenue. For more information, call 908-447-3033, or email MslmSoup@aol.com.