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Ramadan Congrats from Congress

Safe Landing in Ramadan

Simple steps to make this Ramadan count When Ramadan greeted us last year, the world was in a panic. Everything we knew to be normal was turned on its head. People lost loved ones. They lost livelihoods. Our overall balance…

Muslim Women’s Day 2021

Muslim women blaze trails and make their mark on the world Today, IRUSA would like to express our utmost gratitude and appreciation to Muslim women around the world and right here at home. The contributions to our communities, support to…

U.N. Women’s Conference features IR Reps

Bringing perspective to sustainable development By Christina Tobias-Nahi, May Hashem, Minhaj Hassan Making a Difference Women making extraordinary differences is a common outcome in many programs that Islamic Relief administers around the world and likes to showcase.  The Islamic Relief…

Banking on Food Security

Islamic Relief USA, Food Bank of Delaware Remain Committed to Reducing Food Insecurity During Pandemic By: Syed Hassan Powerful Partnerships Our friends at the Food Bank of Delaware have been very busy lately. Unfortunately, that’s largely due to the suffering…

Burned Out With Nowhere To Go

Already Combatting COVID, Fires Are Displacing Refugees Across The Globe Originally published 3/5/21 on G20 Interfaith Forum IRUSA Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Christina Tobias-Nahi https://youtu.be/9yS5VnkX_lY In October, I risked flying during the pandemic to see my father who…

A Water Crisis

Water Remains a precious resource that millions struggle to have Volunteer Voice of Hiba C. Sudan Flood Response My mornings Everyday we wake up and drink a cup of water with the people I live with, in a home where…

Behind the Blue Shirts

A candid conversation with one of IRUSA's prized volunteers, Wafa Omran-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,…
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