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Hunger Relief

Enough food exists in the world to feed everyone, yet people still suffer food insecurity. According to the United Nations, wealthy nations waste almost as much food (222 million tons) as all countries in sub-Saharan Africa produce (230 million tons) each year. According to the National Resource Defense Council, each American household throws away $2,200 worth of food each year on average. 

The problem isn’t food — it’s poverty, war and access.

As an international humanitarian aid organization, Baitulmaal matches its donors’ compassion with the needs of those struggling with hunger. We believe that every person has the right to nutritious food regardless of their economic or political situation. This belief drives us to provide hunger relief to those in need around the world.

If you share this belief, join us in the fight against hunger with a generous gift today. Your donation of as little as $2 per day will feed a family. You can give one-time or monthly to sustain our hunger relief efforts. 

We’re in this together. Without you, some of those struggling with food insecurity would go without food. Every donation matters — especially to those who need it the most.

Let’s work together to provide the life-sustaining help they need.  

Below are current food programs you can support today.

Facts about Food Insecurity

  • 821 million people will go to bed hungry tonight​
  • 149 million children are stunted from lack of food​
  • 66 million children go to school hungry every day
  • 49 million children suffer from wasting​
  • 3.1 million children die each year​ from malnutrition

News & Updates

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Nationwide Tour with Cricketer Younis Khan

DALLAS, TX, August 26, 2019 -- Baitulmaal, an international humanitarian relief organization, is launching a nationwide tour featuring record-breaking cricketer Younis Khan. The tour starts on October 18 in Anaheim, California, and ends on November 3 in Orlando,...

133,200 Meals, 200 Hygiene Kits for Yemen

The New York Times is calling the situation in Yemen “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis” and lists Baitulmaal among highly rated charities providing aid in Yemen.  The United Nation’s 2018 Humanitarian Needs Overview estimates that 17.8 million Yemenis don’t know...