Charity Penny Appeal is taking Ramadan orders for their Palestinian Medjoul Dates.

Dates have always been seen as a source of energy and during Ramadan, people often use them to break their fasts. Dates also contain potassium, magnesium, iron, and small amounts of protein and fat. 

These Medjoul dates are grown, harvested and packaged in Jericho, located in the Jordan Valley of the West Bank. Each tin helps support Palestinian date farmers and their families while additionally providing funding for Penny Appeal projects in Palestine, such as supplying clean water in Gaza, rebuilding damaged infrastructures and medical centres, and supporting the education of Palestinian children.

Penny Appeal’s Medjoul dates are sold in gift tins featuring designs inspired by Islam’s three Holy Mosques. 

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