FIRST AID KITS DONATED TO YOUTH STUDENTS

     Fawzy Kersha, representative of Life for Relief, delivered dozens of First Aid kits for our young people who participate and are enrolled in the Saturday Youth Class.  Imam Khalil would like to have a CPR overview on Saturday, October 13, 2012, between 10am and 2pm for the young people.  All those who attend and participate will receive this great gift:  A Home First Aid Kit!  We would like to enroll the youth in a CPR class in the near future, Inshallah, and will give notice when that class is scheduled.

Life for Relief and Development is a non-profit humanitarian charity founded in 1992 by concerned Arab and Muslim American professionals in response to the humanitarian crises that developed in Iraq as a result of the 1991 Gulf War.   Today, Life for Relief and Development has become the largest U.S.-founded Muslim American humanitarian relief and development organization. Life is devoted to providing humanitarian aid to people regardless of race, color, religion and cultural background with an annual budget of about $40 million. Life is in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Counsel of the United Nations. It is also a member of InterAction, the largest alliance of US based international development and humanitarian non-governmental organization, is CFC certified and has a 4-star Charity Navigator rating. Life is 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

Due to the great generosity of donors, Life has been able to distribute over $200 million in humanitarian assistance items and in the process, kindly touched millions of lives. Life works diligently to help the poor and needy in a number of countries such as Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Palestinian Territories (through our office in Israel), Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Somalia, Ethiopia and the US as well as others.

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