Islamic Relief USA will hold annual 
Day of Dignity in Kansas City on Oct. 20

Denver, Colo. – Islamic Relief USA will hold its annual Day of Dignity campaign in major cities throughout the country, including one in Kansas City with Al Inshirah Islamic Center.The Day of Dignity campaign consists of a series of events held around the nation to help get people who are homeless or from low-income households, among other sociological conditions, access to such essential items as meals, winter coats, hygiene kits, and kids activities. In Kansas City, the event will take place on Sunday, October 20, at the Al Inshirah Islamic Center, located at 3664 Troost Ave.Islamic Relief USA has had a long-standing relationship with the Islamic center.

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Islamic Relief USA, a nonprofit humanitarian and advocacy organization, will hold its annual Day of Dignity event in major cities throughout the country, including one in Portland, Oregon, with its partner, Islamic Social Services of Oregon State (ISOS).

nj.com  :”Newark’s water woes were a long time in the making”

nj.com :”Newark’s water woes were a long time in the making”

Non-governmental organizations, including Islamic Relief USA, which helped distribute bottled water in Flint in 2016, will continue to do its part in providing clean water and other resources to at-risk populations around the world. However, in the United States, the federal government can take steps to strengthen enforcement and accountability of its existing laws.

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Modeldmedia.com : “How a cross-cultural coalition is making a ‘Dream of Detroit’ real in one Motor City neighborhood”

Clarington is excited about what two new grants awarded to Dream of Detroit will mean for the area. One, a $25,000 grant from Islamic Relief USA will be used to build a playground at Glendale Avenue and 14th Street. Another, a Kresge Innovative Projects: Detroit grant for $35,000 will go toward drawing up plans for a commercial kitchen and walk-up restaurant on Woodrow Wilson Street.