If you might recall, cialis case the Action Committee visited a family in the Baqaa camp back in early November, story illness after their home had caught fire. At the time, cheap sickness they had lost so much and thanks to the contributions of many people who were made aware of the story through the Facebook group and the Black Iris, a great deal of their necessities were replaced. However, the home was still black and burned. Soon after we had left the camp, plans to renovate their home were under way. So I wanted to post this update and some photos of the results, which Sara uploaded today. A big thanks to everyone who contributed.
I would like to say a big ‘Thank you!” and “Well done!” to all those great people who were involved in this project. In a world full of so much misery & sadness it’s so easy to just pretend that such things don’t exist or to say ‘what can I do??” Helping one family is a small but significant step towards a better society.
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P.S well done to the person who chose blue 🙂 Such a nice, bright colour!
ya3teeku il 3afyeh although i gotta disagree with mona about the color!
regarding the color choice, i agree with mo 🙂
Well first of all, about the NICE BRIGHT BLUE color…ehm ..we didn’t chose it!!! I still can’t deside wether its nice or a bit bright 🙂 !!!
Anyhow, I would really like to thank everyone who donated things to this family and helped us finish renovating the house. I think the outcome is great (despite the color!) and as a team, we all made a BIG difference to this family.
NASEEM, thank you for your GREAT help with our projects in the Action Committee and your blog really spread the word!!!
Action Committee 🙂
God Bless all the people that have helped in this. Imagine if the rich of Jordan contrbute 1% of their income to such causes?
Thanks to all
As-salamu Alaykum, and congratulations on the great and excellent job. Out of curiosity, how much did the renovation cost? This can help others determine what it might cost to help others in this way. There is much work like this to do throughout Jordan.
Respect All, you are absolutely correct. In Islam, we are required to give just 2.5% of our incomes (zakat). I pray more people will put their zakat money towards valuable projects like this one.
LOL Yeah I know it’s a bit too bright, but still it’s blue & blue is nice in all shades 🙂 Could’ve been yellow y’know!
Sara: thanks for the comment! keep up the great work! you have the backing of the online community! 🙂
A: wa 3aleikom al-salam. if you’d like to know the costs I suggest you join the facebook group and send an email to sara who might be willing to fill you in on the numbers.
Wonderful wonderful job:) yislamu edaykom!
thank you, i love baqaa ,i miss it