This week B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon welcome Naser Haghamed, CEO of Islamic Relief Worldwide. Naser has travelled across 35 countries to help deliver aid where it is needed the most. He shares his insights with our listeners.
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This week on What a Relief! Podcast, B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon welcome none other than YouTube comedy sensation, Tazzy Phe.
IRUSA donors are providing access to clean water for displaced families inside Syria, specifically in Azaz and Jabal Samaan. This project will allow for the installation of water tanks as well as the maintenance of existing wells and water chlorination.
That’s the difference orphan sponsorship makes to one family. IRUSA sponsors are now making this kind of difference times 20,000. Last month, we reached a new milestone together — 20,000 orphans sponsored at once for the first time ever. We thank you!
IRUSA CEO Anwar Khan on Jan. 29 denounced the executive order preventing entry into the United States for people from seven countries and all refugees.
Amid concerns over losing health care, a newly approved IRUSA grant will offer some relief in North Carolina.
They made 1,400 sandwiches. They handed out hot meals and all the produce anyone could come and carry away. They collected canned food and protected trees and cleaned up a community garden, and they delivered supplies to refugees.
In this episode, B.C. & Mordant welcome two special guests: Scott Copper and Joe Jenkins from Veterans for American Ideals. They were introduced to the show when IRUSA was featured on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) denounces President Trump’s Executive Order—“Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals,” which halts the US refugee resettlement program and temporarily bans entry into the United States by citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, including green card holders and those with dual citizenship.
Can you believe it? It’s been one year now since hosts B.C. Dodge and R. Mordant Mahon got this thing started—one year since they interviewed their first guest about his overwhelming experience greeting Syrian refugees on Greece’s shore.