The Zubaida Foundation will host the grand opening of its food pantry Saturday in Lower Makefield, organizers said.
“The pantry aims to serve the working poor and others who may be homeless,” said Lee Phillips, a spokeswoman for the mosque. “This is part of the mission of Zubaida Foundation to create opportunities for its membership to do hasanaat (good deeds) for the community.”
The foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 2005.
Its purpose is to improve the community’s spiritual, moral and social health, Phillips said.
The mosque achieves its goals through congregational prayers, educational programs, social activities and interfaith dialogues and peace efforts with all faiths “in conformity with the teachings of Islam,” she said.