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There’s still a lot of potential for further development in 3D printing and occupational therapy, and the Occupational Therapy Department at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is examining the possibilities of 3D printing in the department through a new transformative curriculum project. Graduate student Diego Herrera and Assistant Professor Elizabeth Fain are leading the project, conducting research using an Ultimaker 3D printer that the university recently purchased using a grant from Islamic Relief USA.
From Pill Bottle Openers to Prosthetics, WSSU Students Explore Many Uses of 3D Printing. Students begin by creating small tools like forks and ... The 3D printer was recently purchased through a grant from Islamic Relief USA for the Occupational Therapy Department.
New Grant Opportunities
Islamic Relief USA is accepting letters of inquiry for its Silver Anniversary Community Investment Project, which will distribute grants to groups of people who historically haven’t intersected and help them work together on community service-oriented projects. Nonprofit and faith-based groups that are bringing together people with "meaningful divisions" — representing different political philosophies, races, religions, or other characteristics — are eligible. Each grant is worth $1,000 to $25,000, and proposed projects must be completed within the United States or a U.S. territory within one year.
Islamic Relief USA will hold a meal packaging event in Kearny to benefit school children in several African nations. IRUSA is part of an alliance with Rise Against Hunger and Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA) International that was formed a few years ago to address the aftermath of a devastating El Nino drought that severely impacted many Southern African countries. The event will take place at 110 Central Ave. Suite 190, on March 25.
Richmond, Virginia - Islamic Relief USA has awarded a $100,000 grant to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to help end childhood hunger in Virginia. The grant is expected to benefit some 45,153 children.
More than just extending arms across the community, the program has spanned cultural and political divides, partnering with Islamic Relief to provide food for students in the program. Through a grant program administered by Islamic Relief, the partnership aims to demonstrate the Muslim community’s commitment to the many communities it serves, as well as its dedication to combatting childhood hunger..
Islamic Relief USA, a non-profit humanitarian and advocacy organization, has awarded a total of $76,250 in grants to eight organizations throughout the country to help feed kids during the summer, as part of the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Summer Food Service Program.
Islamic Relief USA, a humanitarian and advocacy nonprofit has awarded a grant to Women and Families Ascending Association (WFAA), a group that, among other things, works to end domestic abuse and empower people, especially single mothers, to help their families.
The Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) Foundation has been awarded a grant from Islamic Relief USA… Continue reading...