Hunger Van Brings food where homeless congregate

Zamir Hassan knows where homeless people congregate — around train stations, under bridges and in tents set up in the woods. “Not everyone is able to go to soup kitchens,” Hassan said. That is why the group Hassan founded, Muslims Against Hunger, delivers meals to hungry people with Hunger Van. Hassan started Muslims Against Hunger in 2000, when he discovered hunger existed in his New Jersey community. Today, the Muslims volunteering for his group also work with individuals, businesses, and Jewish, Christian and Hindu groups to feed people in 23 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Read More

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