During the month of Ramadan, Confessions of a Muslim MOMma-holic is helping Green Ramadan giveaway a few Zero-Trash Iftar Kits.
This week’s winner will receive a stainless steel food tray, a BPA-free tumbler with straw, a bamboo fork, knife & spoon set, a cotton napkin, and a reusable bag to carry it all in.
How To Enter: Like and share Confessions of a Muslim Momma-holic and Green Ramadan on facebook. Find more ways to enter at Confessions of a Muslim MOMma-holic.
• PRIZE: Zero-Trash Iftar Kit ($30 value) from GreenRamadan.com
• NUMBER OF WINNERS: Three (3) total. One per week for three weeks beginning Mondays, 8 July, 15 July, and 22 July, 2013
• PRIZE SHIPS: Anywhere in the US & Canada
• GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Fridays, 12 July, 19 July and 26 July
• OTHER INFO: The winner will be selected using punchtab.com and announced on Monday at our blogs and on our facebook pages.
The winner of our first Green Ramadan Giveaway is Stephenie Kamaal!
She will receive a stainless steel food tray, a BPA-free tumbler with straw, a bamboo fork, knife & spoon set, a cotton napkin, and a reusable bag to carry it all in.
Congratulations, Stephenie! To everyone else, thank you for participating and sharing. During the month of Ramadan, Confessions of a Muslim MOMma-holic is helping Green Ramadan giveaway 2 more Zero-Trash Iftar Kits.
The next giveaway begins Monday, 15 July, inshaAllah.
We see polystyrene (commonly known as styrofoam) all the time when we get carry-out,
but the plates and cups are all too common at Ramadan iftars, too.
Your masjid probably provides styrofoam carry-out containers for you to bring home leftovers from the iftar.
You’ll likely let that delicious food sit in the styrofoam container during tarawih prayer, put it in the fridge over night, then heat it up in the microwave for sahoor.
Here are three excellent reasons to skip the styrofoam:
- Polystyrene is made from petroleum which is a non-renewable resource.
- Polystyrene takes eons to break down in the environment.
- Polystyrene can release potentially toxic products, especially when heated.
Make the habit this Ramadan of not using whatever is available, and then mindfully choose reusable and/or recyclable products that are good for the environment and your health.