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Donate Blood and Save Lives

James Christopher Harrison is an Australian. Do you have any idea what this gentleman did? He alone saved the lives of 2 million children.

Many people wish to help others and save lives. However, when it comes to philanthropy, they consider their own resources. However, consider James Harrison. He was unconcerned about affordability or his financial situation. That’s why he fled to the people with what he had.

What did James Harrison have?

Practically nothing, but everything. James Harrison donated his blood. James Harrison’s name has been recorded in the Guinness Book of Records for saving the lives of two million children.

But when James Harrison ran to donate blood, he didn’t think of the Guinness Book. His thought was to help a person.

Mr. Harrison, 81, donated blood 1,173 times on May 11, according to Wikipedia. Because of the age limit for donating blood in Australia, this was his final blood donation.

People who volunteer for blood donation in developed countries frequently do so out of a sense of social duty. However, in developing countries, this culture of social responsibility has yet to emerge. Therefore, there are very few voluntary blood donors. As a result, there are extremely few willing blood donors. As a result, when someone needs blood, it is observed that their acquaintances provide the required blood. Fear of blood donation contributes to a dearth of volunteer blood donors.

However, donating blood is beneficial. According to experts, after donating blood, the body’s ‘bone marrow’ is stimulated to generate new blood cells, and new blood cells are born to compensate for the deficiency within two weeks of blood donation.

Every four months, a person can donate blood. Donating blood three times a year boosts the vitality of red blood cells and the rate of new blood cell development. Within 48 hours of donating blood, the amount of blood in the body returns to normal.

Besides, regular blood donation reduces the risk of heart disease and heart attacks. Another study discovered that people who donate blood twice a year have a lower risk of developing cancer than others. In particular, the risk of lung, liver, colon, stomach, and throat cancer is very low in regular blood donors.

Donating blood has many other health benefits. And blood donation benefits both the donor and those who will receive it. Blood transfusions are required for accident injuries, cancer or other complex diseases, surgery or childbirth, or the treatment of various diseases like thalassemia.

With these thoughts in mind, we have organized a Blood Donation Campaign on behalf of the Shah Foundation on Tuesday, August 15th. The blood donation programme will take place at Navanna Party Hall in Jackson Heights from 1:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Don’t be scared. Sirajul Islam, the head of the Hematology Department at Sir Salimullah Medical College University, stated that any healthy person between the ages of 18 and 45 can donate blood. Only males must weigh at least 48 kg, while females must weigh at least 45 kg.

Please join us.
Donate blood and save lives.

Shah J. Choudhury
Founder and President,
Shah Foundation.

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Shah Foundation’s Ramadan food distribution in Jackson Heights and Jamaica

The Shah Foundation, a humanitarian organization, has distributed Ramadan aid to over 600 people in Jackson Heights, New York, and Jamaica ahead of the upcoming the holy month of Ramadan.

The Shah Foundation has been working in the service of humanity since its inception. The organization has always reached out to humanity, not just in New York. Shah Foundation stands by the side of helpless people, particularly in the USA, Bangladesh, and India.

Previously, during the floods and the Coronavirus epidemic, the Shah Foundation appeared with warmth next to cold people. On the eve of Ramadan this year, the Shah Foundation distributed food items in Bangladeshi-domiciled areas of Jackson Heights and Jamaica.

On the afternoon of March 18, Ramadan food items were distributed in front of the Nabanna Restaurant in Jackson Heights and in front of the Fatima Grocery in Jamaica on the afternoon of March 19. The event was presided over by Shah Foundation Director Moinuzzaman Chowdhury and conducted by another director, Fahad Solaiman, with Jackson Heights Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz and Jessica Ramos Gonzalez as guests.

The event was attended by Shah J. Choudhury, the founder and president of the Shah Foundation; AKM Fazlul Haque, the foundation’s director and a businessman; Husneara Choudhury, one of the co-founders; and Sadia J. Choudhury, another co-founder of the foundation. Ruhul Amin Siddiqui, Nazmul Ahsan, Litu Chowdhury, Shah Chishti, Mohammad Humayun, Ahsan Habib, Major (Retd) Jalal, Alamgir Khan Alam, Ahmed Hussain Deepu, Nihar Siddiqui, Mohammad Azizul, Mir Nizamul Haque, Shakeel Mia, Solaiman Patwari, and others attended too.

Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz thanked the Shah Foundation for its work in the service of humanity. “This is the greatest religion,” she declared. Serving others and standing by the helpless “I am and will always be a person of good deeds,” she stated. The community requires more organizations like the Shah Foundation.

According to Assemblywoman Jessica Ramos Gonzales, the Shah Foundation is doing good work. Ramadan, she explained, is a holy month of self-purification. During this month, people fast. Due to poverty, many people are unable to purchase the items they desire during fasting. The Shah Foundation is addressing this issue. I hope they continue this lovely work in the future.

Shah J. Choudhury stated that this donation was made on behalf of our family. All donations for these events have come from my eldest daughter, Fauzia J. Choudhury, co-founder and CEO of this organization. Aside from that, Haque & Sons provided us with these items at the purchase price. They did not benefit in any way. As a result, Haque & Sons can be considered a partner. “This is our third program,” he explained. We also provided food aid during Ramadan the previous two years. He claims it’s not a favor, but rather our love. This is how we wish to love others.

Rice, lentils, dates, black chickpeas, oil, muri, semai, and masala were among the food aids. The value of each box is known to be $50. Food was to be distributed to approximately 300 people in Jackson Heights. The food distribution was supposed to begin at 5:30 p.m., but people began arriving at noon. As a result, extra rice and pulses are purchased right away. Everyone received something.

Food distribution in Jamaica:
The Shah Foundation distributed Ramadan food items in front of Fatima Grocery in Jamaica on the afternoon of March 19. AKM Fazlul Haque, Director of the Shah Foundation, presided over the event, which was moderated by J. Molla Sani, General Secretary of the Jamaica Bangladesh Friends Society. As guests, Councilmembers James F. Gennaro and Natasha Williams, as well as mainstream politician Fakhrul Islam Delwar, attended the event.

The event was attended by the organization’s president, Shah J Choudhury, co-founder Husneara Choudhury, director Moinuzzaman Chowdhury, Bilal Chowdhury, Rezaul Karim Chowdhury, Kamrul Islam Soni, Enayet Ullah Sentu, AF Misbauzzaman, ABM Osman Gani, Azhar Ahmed, and Rimi Bhuiyan.

Council member James F. Gennaro thanked the Shah Foundation and said the initiative was fantastic. The most important lesson of Ramadan and religion is to help those in need. The Shah Foundation is doing outstanding work. “I am a friend of Bangladeshis in this area,” he said. I have always supported the people of Bangladesh and will continue to do so.

“I am delighted to come to this beautiful event of the Shah Foundation,” council member Natasha Williams said. Because there is a distinction to be made between being good at something and assisting others. And that is exactly what the Shah Foundation is doing. She expressed her desire to be involved in all future Shah Foundation activities.

Fakhrul Islam Delwar stated that, although Shah J. Choudhury is the founder of the Shah Foundation, we are all also involved with it. He stated that the Shah Foundation has been dedicated to people’s service since its inception. He expressed gratitude to Shah J. Choudhury and his family for this.

Approximately 600 needy people received food aid during the two-day food distribution program.


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Shah Foundation’s distribution of blankets, masks and hand sanitizers

Shah Foundation was established in New York to serve the needy people. On the afternoon of November 5, Shah Foundation distributed blankets, masks and hand sanitizers to people affected by the cold and corona virus in front of a restaurant in Jackson Heights.

Since its inauguration, the Shah Foundation has always stood by helpless people in different parts of the world, including the United States, Bangladesh and India. During the corona virus epidemic, the organization has reached out to the poor and needy. Shah Foundation’s help has reached the doorsteps of people.

In this continuousness, the organisation distributed blankets, masks and hand sanitizers to people suffering from cold and corona in front of the ‘Khabar Bari’ restaurant in Jackson Heights on 5th of November, 2020.

Fahad Solaiman, Director of JBBA, was in charge of organizing the event in collaboration with Shah J. Chowdhury, the founder and president of Shah Foundation.

Catalina Cruz, the Assemblywoman of district-39 was the chief guest at the event.

Hundreds of blankets, hand sanitizers and masks were distributed among the cold-stricken people at the event. Thousands of people lined up and received blankets and other items.

Shah J Chowdhury, President of Shah Foundation and Bangla Channel, said that, help among the helpless will continue. He also requested, those who needed help in the future to contact the president of the Shah Foundation.

The special guests at this special event were AKM Fazlul Haque, President of New Haque & Sons and Chairman of Bangla Channel, Moinul Islam, President of Real Estate Business and Mega Homes Realty, Husne Ara Chowdhury, Co-Founder and Vice President of Shah Foundation, Chief executive of Shah Foundation, Fouzia J. Chowdhury, JBBA General Secretary Kamruzzaman Kamrul, Manjur Hossain, JBBA Director Harun Bhuiyan, MD Abul Kashem, Sanjibon Sarkar.

Their were many other guests included Sadia Chowdhury, Salman Chowdhury, Mohammad Hossain Dipu, Kanu Dutt, Babul Das, Sohail Gazi, Shyamal Nath, Tanvir Ahmed and many more.

Chief Guest Catalina Cruz appreciated Shah Foundation for it’s Human welfare and service.

AKM Fazlul Haque said, Shah Foundation has taken such a grand initiative.

Moinul Islam, advisor of Shah Foundation, applauded The Shah Foundation and assured all kind of cooperation.❐

source: Hindustan Surkhiyan

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Blanket, Face Mask, Hand Sanitizer Distribution in New York City

During COVID-19 Pandemic Shah Foundation Distributes some necessary items in New York City.

We Distribute:

  • Blanket
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Facemask

Our Honourable Guest:

Catalina Cruz (Assemblywoman District 39, New York State)

AKM Fazlul Hoque (President of New Hoque and Sons)

Fahad Solaiman (The President of Fauma Innovative Inc.)

Moinul Islam (The President of Mega Homes Realty Inc.)

The Event Will be Start at 5:00 pm in 37-22 73rd Street, Jackson Heights, New York City 11372 on 5th November 2020.

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Free Face Mask Distribution in New York City

The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As of October 2020, there were over 7,400,000 cases and 210,000 COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S. The World is facing a tough time in his history.

So in this situation, Shah Foundation adds an event for the distribution of Face Mask to all subway in New York City and More Places, Starting from 18 October 2020. We Trying to cover all New York City subways stations other places also to the distribution face mask.

So In This Situation, We Have to Fight Covid-19 Pandemic Together, If We Stay Safe, Wearing Face Mask, Maintain Social Distance; this might be helpful to decrease coronavirus positive cases.

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Blanket Distribution for Homeless in New York City

The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As of October 2020, there were over 7,400,000 cases and 210,000 COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S. The World is facing a tough time in his history.

So Shah Foundation Planning a Distribution Blanket for Homeless people to all Subways in NewYork City. This event Starting from on 18 October 2020. We are always here for those homeless people.