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Alhamdhulillah!! ICNA Relief Atlanta has been assisting Muslim Refugees of Clarkston area for a long time providing food items to their families. We have recently launched a new project – Refugees Assistance for Children Education (RACE) – collaborating with Masjid Moumineen to educate the 150 children of Burmese, Darfur and Chad refugee families. Our volunteers will provide Islamic education to these refugee children on every Saturday and Sunday. ICNA Relief is also providing the Islamic books, Qur’an, Qaida books and snacks to these kids.
If you are willing to assist in teaching or donating for this cause, please feel free to contact us through email icnarelief@icnaAtlanta.org or call 770-300-0067. Your donation of $100 can provides Islamic education to 5 refugee children per month. Please donate generously and sponsor the children by clicking the donate button on right side.
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ICNA Relief Atlanta has been actively involved in “Feed The Hungry” program along with Giving back to the Humanity. Volunteer families from Alpharetta, Duluth, Suwanee and Marietta serve hot meals to the poor, elderly and homeless in the downtown area. We are serving more than 1000 people every month. If you want to be part of this effort, please reach us through phone number 770 300 0067 or or feedthehungry@icnaAtlanta.
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WhyIslam (Outreach program) is one of the most well known ICNA projects. Given the prevalent misinformation, misunderstanding and stereotypes coupled with our duty to spread truth about Islam and our community this is one of the most significant projects that ICNA has embarked and continues to maintain Alhamdulillah.
ICNA Atlanta has launched a outreach billboard campaign at a prime location near SR141 & Winters Chapel Road (before I285 Exit). Fox 5 Atlanta News aired a report about this billboard on September 25th 2013. Please click below for details and video coverage.