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A Water Crisis

Behind the Blue Shirts

A candid conversation with one of IRUSA's prized volunteers, Wafa Elhindi 1. At a young age, or while growing up, did you have someone in your life who inspired you to volunteer or to be generous?  My parents were exceptionally…

Racism as a Public Health Crisis

Health experts weigh-in structural racism’s brutal effects The disproportionate number of people from racial minority groups who’re suffering --and dying--from the coronavirus pandemic is hardly a surprise.  In fact, accoriding to one expert, Kameelah Mu’Min Rashad of the Muslim Foundation,…

Day of Dignity 2020 is a Success

Day of Dignity helps thousands during coronavirus pandemic As one of Islamic Relief USA's most well-known programs, Day of Dignity took place in several locations this year, despite the present coronavirus pandemic that has altered much of daily life. It…

Bring Warmth this #GivingTuesday

First they faced COVID-19, now freezing cold Winter is Cruel to Those Most Vulnerable  Every winter carries the threat of blizzards, major ice storms, extreme cold, flooding, and even tornadoes. But the harsh winter conditions are even more challenging for…

Day of Dignity Begins

IRUSA starts rounding the country for annual Day of Dignity events Autumn means a drastic change of scenery and weather for many communities in America. It also means that we have the opportunity to support families who are hardest hit…

See you at the polls

Here are 3 steps to make your voting day smoother Unrecognizable african-american man putting his vote in the ballot box, usa elections and coronavirus concept. With more than 40 million people having already cast their votes, this year’s presidential election…

Our #WorldFoodDay Together

 Ramadan food distribution for Syrian refugees in Lebanon camp 2019 Why #WorldFoodDay Matters #WorldFoodDay is celebrated in October each year by the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. This year marks not only the 75th anniversary of the event but a…
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