Nada Shawish is communications specialist at Islamic Relief USA.
19 August 2015 – There’s nothing connecting humanitarians and the world better than social media today—And on World Humanitarian Day the United Nations has launched a call to people around the world to share stories of humanitarian heroism on their social media feeds. At Islamic Relief USA, my colleagues and I are dedicating our feeds to humanitarian heroes for World Humanitarian Day—Are you?
Islamic Relief USA humanitarians are tirelessly working in some of the most dangerous places in the world to reach people who need help and today, we’re sharing some of their stories with you to get the conversation started.
As Muslims, part of our duty on Earth is to encourage humanitarian action:
The best humanitarian example to follow is our Prophet Muhammad, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him:
Donate your social media feed today and share your humanitarian hero story with the world.
- Share these posts or your own on your social media account. They fit perfectly in Twitter or Facebook!
- Don’t forget to tag us @islamicrelief and add #sharehumanity to your posts all day long.