Helping Hand for Relief and Development
HHRD was founded in 2005 upon the Islamic principle illustrated in the Gracious Quran:"They feed with food--despite their own desire for it-- the indigent, and the orphan and the captive (saying): ‘We feed you purely for the sake of God. We desire no reward from you, nor thankfulness." - Surah al-Insan 8-9 Vision StatementHelping Hand for Relief And Development (HHRD) as a Leader� Empowering lives, creating opportunities and strengthening the bond of humanity.Mission StatementHHRD is committed to serve humanity by integrating resources for people in need. We strive to provide immediate response in disasters, and effective Programs in places of suffering, for the pleasure of Allah.Who we areHHRD is a global humanitarian relief and development organization responding to human sufferings in emergency and disaster situations around the world. In addition to our emergency relief efforts in natural or man-made disasters, we also work on long term relief and development programs. Who we serveHHRD was established to fulfill our responsibility towards humanity regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, class, location, religion, color, cultural diversity and social background, with a special focus in countries where the majority of the population lives below the poverty line. Where we serveHHRD works globally with special focus in countries where the majority of the population is living below the poverty line. Our partners range from small community support groups to national alliances and international relief organizations. HHRD DonorsHHRD programs and projects are mainly funded by individual donors like you. HHRD institutional donors include Department for International Development (DFID), World Food Programme (WFP), World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), UNESCO, Asia Foundation, Qatar Charity, and more. Our Matching Gift Partners include major corporations like Microsoft, Cisco, PepsiCo, Dell, etc. For the complete list Please click hereCore ValuesMutual Respect: Recognize the innate worth of all people and the value of diversity Equity and Justice: Work to ensure equal opportunity to everyone, irrespective of race, gender, color, class, ethnicity, disability and location Care for All: Provide care for vulnerable groups; orphans, widows and elderly people Honesty and Transparency: Being accountable at all levels for the effectiveness of our actions and open in our judgments and communications with others. Self Respect: To help the poor without humiliating. Solidarity with the Poor: Powerless and excluded will be the only bias in our commitment to the fight against poverty.
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ICNA Relief USA seeks to alleviate human suffering by providing caring and compassionate service to victims of adversities and survivors of disasters. ICNA Relief USA strives to build healthy communities, strengthen families and create opportunities for those in despair while maintaining dignity and advocating for basic human needs.
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Ta'leef Collective provides the space, content, and companionship necessary for a healthy understanding, embrace and realization of Islam
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SeekersHub Global, formerly SeekersGuidance, is dedicated to providing free Islamic Knowledge, without Barriers. Our vision is to inspire transformation through authentic understanding and living of the Islamic tradition.
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Dubbed the “voice of a generation,” Boonaa Mohammed is a critically acclaimed award winning writer and performer with accolades including a playwright residency at Theatre Passe Muraille
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The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is an association of Muslim organizations and individuals that provides a common platform for presenting Islam, supporting Muslim communities, developing educational
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Islamic Center of Irvine
The Islamic Center of Irvine (ICOI) provides a multi-purpose facility and comprehensive programs for the spiritual, moral, and intellectual development of its patrons, serves as a source of reference on Islam by providing scholarly opinions and housing a well-stocked and fully organized library, and promotes a positive image of Muslims and Islam through active participation in social issues and by visible contribution to the well-being of the larger community. The ICOI participates in inter-faith dialog and with the aim of promoting understanding, respect and appreciation of our plural society and in jointly addressing issues of social justice and environmental welfare while providing join moral leadership on issues that affect our community as a whole. All programs and services are open to the entire community irrespective of religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or social status. Note, however, that all lectures are conducted in English.
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Islamic Society of West Valley
Our objective is to instill closeness to Allah in our community through providing an open and welcoming masjid that fosters spiritual development, promotes a comprehensive Islamic identity, strengthens communal bonds, represents Muslims with respect and dignity, and impacts the positive growth of our society.
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Institute of Knowledge Mosque
A unique integrated primary through secondary school and Institute for Higher Islamic Learning. The Institute aims to foster youthful Muslim minds through an integrated education in the traditional Islamic and contemporary academic sciences.
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Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen
Jamaat Al-Mumineen became registered by the state of Florida on November 6, 1995. Shortly after the Masjid became official in the state of Florida, Imam Rustam from Brooklyn, NY joined our congregation. Imam Rustam's lead in daily prayer helped the growth of attendance in the Masjid in its early stages.
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Hamzah Islamic Center
Masjid Hamzah is a non-profit, Islamic educational institute founded and run by community members committed to providing an environment to allow for the practice and education of Islam all while adhering to the principles of Sunnah and Jammah throughout. The community grew by the Grace of Allah that the center has purchased 11.9 acres of land located approximately a mile west of its rental location. A county hearing was held at Forsyth County to approve building of a prayer hall, gym, religious school, daycare, playgrounds and more. Alhamdu Lillah, the project was unanimously approved by all commissioners.
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Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
The ISBCC is the largest Islamic center in New England, and the second largest on the East Coast. The 70,000 square foot building stands tall on Malcolm X Boulevard in the heart of Boston, a Muslim handprint on the city skyline. The cornerstone of the New England Muslim community. The ISBCC is not just a mosque, but is also planned to house a school (by 2013), a library, an interfaith center, an exhibition space and a morgue. Every Muslim neighborhood in the greater Boston area has had a hand in its construction, and its leadership reflects the full diversity of our community. The two-decade effort to build the ISBCC has brought together Muslims, the Roxbury community, the city of Boston and the leaders of other faith groups. Mayor Thomas Menino, State Senator Dianne Wilkerson and City Councilor Chuck Turner have all publicly announced their support for the ISBCC. More than 250 leaders of different faiths also attended an Interfaith Solidarity Event to support the establishment of the ISBCC. The ISBCC has been regularly featured in local, regional and national media.
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Islamic Center of New England
The Islamic Center of New England is an institution dedicated to the betterment of both Muslims and society at large and draws its strength and guidance from the Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS), may the peace and blessings of Allah be bestowed upon him. It has masajid (mosques) at two sites, one in Quincy, MA and the second in Sharon, MA.
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Worcester Islamic Center
The Worcester Islamic community began to gather in the early 1970s. In 1979, the community purchased a Catholic church and renovated it for use as an Islamic center. Today, the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester provides the Muslim community with an environment conducive to the development of Islamic values and practices here in America. With close ties to the Muslim Students Associations at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Clark University, the Islamic Society has placed great emphasis on the education of its youth since its founding in the late 1970s. The 41,000 square foot Worcester Islamic Center has three levels which have a prayer hall, school, gymnasium, kitchen, cafeteria and social hall. The center is big enough to accommodate 1,700 people for prayer as well as up to 300 student capacity school. The center is sited on 2.5 acres of land and has a parking capacity of 170 cars. The Second level is the Prayer hall. It is designed to face Qibla (direction of prayer) on its eastern side. It accommodates 1700 people for prayers and 1000 people when social function. The prayer hall is one of the largest prayer facilities in New England.
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Islamic Organization of North America
Also known as Masjid Uthman bin Affan. A non-profit, independent organization which was established in the year of 2010. The prime goal of the Masjid Uthman bin Affan is to foster and create an Islamic environment for the Muslim community in the city of Warren by providing religious,and educational activities for its members and the members of the public at large.
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Islamic Society of Central Jersey
Islamic Society of Central Jersey (ISCJ), a non-profit corporation incorporated in the State of New Jersey is a non-profit, religious, charitable and educational organization. Islamic Society of Central Jersey is committed to providing Islamic services to the Muslims in the Central Jersey and neighboring areas. ISCJ is a non-political, religious organization. It encourages its members to be good citizens and participate actively in local, state and national affairs and elections. As a service to its community ISCJ invites elected officials and community leaders to keep our community informed of current events and issues and their positions on those.
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National Islamic Association (NIA)
The National Islamic Association was established in 1985 to serve a growing Muslim community. Over the years, it has spawned a very dynamic and diverse community of Muslims from all walks of life. Being an inner city community, one of our primary aims is to safeguard our youth from the many pitfalls that plague the youth of the inner cities across the country. Our key strategy of achieving success is: a structured educational program, establishing positive alternatives and providing a wholesome environment for our youths. We seriously cater to the needs of our members and beyond with an array of effective educational, developmental, social and recreational activities and programs. We participate and are spearheading many community outreach programs to serve our neighbors and the wider society; and are involved with the City wide community Programs
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Quba School & Islamic Center
Quba School & Islamic Center is the oldest Masjid located in the heart of Camden, NJ. Frankly speaking, it is a pretty bad neighborhood and having an active Masjid in this city is a blessing. Masjid Quba is making a huge difference in the area. Majority of the Muslism attending the Masjid are converts with not so perfect track record in their life; but Alhamdolillah once people turn to Islam, their life changes. Bad neighborhoods come with their own economic problems, and Masjid Quba is no different. Masjid Quba has been in and out of financial problems because there are not enough economically healthy Muslims in the area who can donate enough money to run the mosque. If you are financially able, please do send a check to Masjid Quba. Money will be used to its best to keep this important institution running.
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Gracious Center of Learning & Enrichment Activities
The Gracious Center of Learning and Enrichment Activities (GCLEA) officially began operations in 2010 with the intention of providing the Muslim Community of Southern New Jersey with a variety of services and programs which would see to their spiritual, educational, and social needs. Since its opening the GCLEA has been welcomed to the area with open arms and has seen exponential growth due to the nature of its services and programs. The GCLEA has become an integral part of the Southern New Jersey Community and hopes to continue to serve the area.
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Ihsan Community Center
Mosque in a converted Youth Center. Ihsan is a non-profit tax-exempt organization (501-c-3) that is based in Milford, OH. Ihsan is motivated by the values of Awareness, Compassion and Excellence. It aims at making a positive impact on the lives of people and communities throughout the nation and the World. Its current projects include: Qur'an school, Feed the Hungry project serving close to 150 individuals, Ihsan mosque (first mosque in Clermont county), Scouts camp that served closed to 200 children since its inception, YouTube channel (youtube.com/ihsanonline) among other projects.
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Toledo Masjid of Al-Islam
We're a mosque in the heart of downtown Toledo that has been serving both the Muslim and non-Muslim communities in Toledo for over 30 years. First Mosque in the State of Ohio. From a reader: 'As a boy I rember this Mosque being constructed in the mid 1950's. So wonderful to see it alive and well these 60 years later.'
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Islamic Society of Tulsa
The Islamic Society of Tulsa moved into a new purpose-built mosque in 1997 designed by local architect Danny Mitchell, who also designed a new mosque at the University of Tulsa.
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Islamic Community Center of Lancaster
Established in 2013, the Islamic Community Center of Lancaster (ICCL) also known as Islamic Center of Lancaster (ICL) is a registered nonprofit, religious-exempt organization established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Muslim Community of Knoxville
The Muslim Community of Knoxville promotes the unity of God through service, education, and inspiration.
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The Midtown Mosque property is 3,000 sq. ft. It is strategically located just minutes from Overton Square, Rhodes College, St. Jude, and the new Crosstown Concourse. It is also close to north Memphis where there are no other Muslim centers. Due to the high number of Muslims working and living there, and the great need of spiritual Muslim institutions and dawah efforts in these areas, this masjid has the potential of making a tremendously positive impact.
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Islamic Outreach Center
ICNA Houston's Project, located at Wilks & Mueschke Road. A Masjid & Community Center serving Cypress, Fairfield, Tomball and the Greater Houston areas. In the long run, IOC will provide several services, including a place of worship & prostration to God (Masjid), Islamic Learning Foundation, Muslims Celebrations Center, Youth Center, Muslim & Interfaith Community Center, Social & Humanitarian Services, Family Counseling, Outreach Programs for the Society At-Large, New Muslims Support Center, and much more.
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East Austin Community of al-Islam
The East Austin Community of Al-Islam is an Islamic organization/community begun in 2009 to serve the needs of East Austin and the surrounding area. Our activities include education, entrepreneurship, civic involvement, and interfaith activities. Along with our pioneers, we have prospered and have been blessed to support and give aid to our surrounding community.
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Valley Ranch Islamic Center
The VRIC is family friendly Islamic Center, it's located in the heart of DFW metroplex with access to major highways and DFW airport. The Islamic Center of Irving was established and registered as a non-profit 501C organization in 1991 in the state of Texas, USA. The center had a humble beginning, and has moved from various locations to the current facility. Currently about 800 worshippers attend the weekly Jummah prayer.
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Islamic Center Tri-Cities
Throughout the years, the Islamic Center of Tri-Cities (ICTC) has been a cornerstone in the Northwest for the continuation and advancement of common Islamic religious practices and culture. The ICTC has been instrumental in teaching Islamic values, based on the Holy Qur’an and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), to a growing generation to help them become better Muslims and righteous citizens. The ICTC has been providing a variety of activities for parents and children. Everybody is encouraged to get involved with the center and to take full advantage of the activities and services offered.
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Muslim Association of Puget Sound
Also known as Masjid Ar-Rahmah. Muslim Association of Puget Sound, MAPS, is an Islamic organization founded in 2006 with the intent of serving the Muslims of Puget Sound. Its mission is to provide Islamic educational, social and cultural services to the Muslim community in the region and to promote the teachings of Islam to the inquiring non-Muslim. MAPS strives to build links between Muslim families, businesses and organizations, provides year-round activities and religious services and is committed to helping the needy.
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ADAMS DC Branch
This branch is for Jummah & Dhuhr prayer only; jummah is at 1:15 pm. ADAMS believes that, service to humankind is an important part of devotion to Allah (swt) and that all Muslims are enjoined to be good neighbors. Thus, ADAMS' mission is to serve Allah (swt) through service to the Muslim community by providing religious education and social services in the best professional manner as embodied in the Quran and Sunnah. Further, ADAMS is dedicated to representing the eternal truths of Islam to the broader community through positive contributions to the society at large.
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Dar-us-Salaam is committed to spreading the message of Islam through sincere action, by developing a model Islamic community based upon and adhering to the teachings of the Qur'an and Sunnah. Such a living, dynamic and vibrant Islamic community can call the people To Islam by example and not merely through word alone, with the help and permission of Allah.
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Islamic Center of Mason
Islamic Center of Mason has been set up to seek Pleasure of Allah (SWT) and serve as a forum for providing Islamic Education , conduct Islamic Activities and cohesively unite the muslim community of Mason, Ohio.
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South Nepean Muslim Community (SNMC)
SNMC is a grassroots, non-partisan, non-profit community-oriented Muslim organization. Honesty, openness and fairness are some of our guiding principles that help us to deliver our activities. Our services are open to all Canadians of any faith, cultural and ethnic background. We are open to and welcome others' views and ideas. Our activities are organized to serve the local community and to foster greater community understanding and cohesiveness. We are all volunteers residing in the South Nepean region. Jummah times at 1:15pm and 2pm. SNMC? IL (Arabic, Bangla,?Somali?And Urdu Languages) ?School Saturdays From 9.30 Am To 12.00 Noon At Adrienne Clarkson School, 170 Stoneway Dr SNMC?Quran?& Islamic?Studies?School Saturdays From?12.30?Pm To?2.45?Pm At Adrienne Clarkson School, 170 Stoneway Dr Free Tutoring Monday ? Friday 5.00pm -8.00 Pm Grade 1-12 In English, French, Math, Science Professional French Tutoring ?Saturday- Sunday 11.00 Am - 1.00 Pm
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Islamisches Zentrum Wien
The main Masjid in Vienna.
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Islamic Cultural Centre
In the beginning, the ICC began in a small room in Bjolsen street at Sagene, where regular meetings on Sundays with sermons and lectures in Quran and Sunnah also took place. The group of a few grew relatively quickly to a group of 30-40 men, which led to the ICC had to acquire new premises in the basement of the People's House. Only in 1974 did the ICC finally fixed premises in Karl Johans gate. The Afghan Imam Sabghatullah Mujaddadi led the first Friday prayers in the new mosque premises in Oslo, many believe that this is the first official Friday prayer in Norwegian history. ICC also has the distinction of having the first Taraweeh in Norway.
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Luton Central Mosque
Also known as the Jamia Masjid Gihousia Mosque.
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Islamic Relief is an independent humanitarian and development organisation with a presence in over 40 countries around the globe. We have been fighting poverty and injustice for 30 years, in a world in which over three billion people still live in poverty.
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