CAIR-Chicago is teaming up with the Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals (CAMP) and the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago (ARCGC) for a charitable blood drive.
CAIR-Chicago has teamed up with the Muslim Womens’ Alliance and the Inner-city Muslim Action Network (IMAN) to participate in the 2009 March for Babies walk.
For the second time this year, selfless donors from a variety of backgrounds gathered in the Loop to give their blood to people who need it during a recent American Red Cross of Greater Chicago blood drive. The drive, sponsored by CAIR-Chicago and the United Muslims Moving Ahead (UMMA) of DePaul University, was held on Thursday, October 16, 2008.
CAIR-Chicago recently co-sponsored its fourth blood drive alongside the Compassionate Network and the Inner City Muslim Network.
On Thursday, July 17, the Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago), in cooperation with other organizations, will co-sponsor its fourth biannual blood drive at the Downtown Islamic Center in Chicago, Ill.
CAIR-Chicago Senior Outreach Coordinator Dina Rehab discusses CAIR-Chicago’s recent blood drive held at the Downtown Islamic Center in partnership with LifeSource as a part of a nationwide summer-long campaign, “Muslims Care” with Radio Islam host Hiba Abdul-Rahim. She discusses the role of charity at the heart of Islam and her work to increase community service participation by Chicagoland Muslims.
Radio Islam: How Five Minutes Can Save a Life: Blood Donation
As a part of a nationwide summer-long campaign, Muslims Care, CAIR-Chicago partnered with LifeSource to co-sponsor a local blood drive at the Downtown Islamic Center
CAIR-Chicago is taking part in a summer-long campaign called MuslIms Care initiated by CAIR-National, to promote community service in the Muslim community. A theme is selected for each month (June-August). June is Health Awareness Month.
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 5/25/06) – CAIR today called on American Muslims to support its second annual campaign, called “Muslims Care,” designed to promote volunteerism in the Islamic community.
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