Shortly after the tragic Beirut explosion in August 2020, Noor and Moe sprang into action, organizing a disaster relief drive within their community. They collaborated extensively with food banks and local supermarkets to gather donations. After two months of dedicated efforts in sorting and packing, they successfully dispatched a twenty-foot container to Beirut from their garage. This project, initiated during the pandemic, not only provided crucial aid but also raised awareness and support for Lebanon, a country previously unfamiliar to many in their community.

In August 2020, Beirut, Lebanon, witnessed a catastrophic explosion caused by the detonation of a large quantity of ammonium nitrate stored at the city’s port. This devastating incident resulted in a minimum of 218 casualties, over 7,000 injuries, and an estimated $15 billion in property damages. Additionally, it displaced approximately 300,000 residents, leaving a significant portion of the city in ruins and triggering a pressing humanitarian crisis that necessitated immediate international assistance and solidarity