Ramadan is about 'gratitude and spirituality.' Here's how 2 groups are giving back

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This Ramadan, a new group for people who identify as queer and Muslim is showing their love for the Hamilton community through food.

Queer Halal Time is raising money for a food drive that will see them serve a home-cooked meal to anyone who needs it on the evening of April 4, said the group’s finance coordinator Bilal Ahmed.  

“We don’t want it to be canned foods or half-assed meals,” Ahmed said. “We want to show the community we love, we care for you and we want you to have a good meal.” 

A team of volunteers will serve Arab food such as chickpea curry, fritters, roti and fruit

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