‘A SENSE OF PEACE AND HAPPINESS’
Pakistani-Canadian entrepreneur Kamal Rizvi said he experiences happiness and peace through this initiative. “It doesn’t cost me much to feed a couple of people a day because Allah has given me enough to be comfortable. There is a sense of completion and peace I feel when I am able to serve people in one way or another.” Sending his message of hope to all, Rizvi said: “If even a few percentage of restaurants contribute this way to the society, then no one will sleep hungry, no one will suffer a loss, it will only lead to a happier and healthier society.”
Rizvi also intends to start something similar in Karachi, Pakistan, where he is looking to tie up with restaurants and banquet halls so as to collect the surplus food from them, repack it, and distribute it to the needy.