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06 1 20
 

Emergency Distribution by St. John’s Kitchen & ICNA Relief

ICNA Relief USA New Jersey, in coordination with St. John’s Soup Kitchen, will distribute food and hygiene supplies outside of St. John’s Roman Catholic Church in Newark to low-income individuals and families.
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05 23 20
 

NY Halal Group’s Call for Rice Donations Answered

By Rachel Weiss, April 21, 2020

Ammad Sheikh and his friends started the Long Island Halal Guide Facebook group as a place for fellow halal connoisseurs to weigh in on Long Island restaurants and make connections. What started as a “little foodie community,” as Sheikh puts it, turned into a network of more than 3,500 members.
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05 22 20
 

Chicago Community COVID-19 Fund awards ICNA Relief

by Asma Jarad, Daily Herald

An award of $25,000 was given by the Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund in recognition of ICNA Relief’s outstanding impact and tireless efforts to meet the needs of those impacted by COVID-19 through wage loss, school closures or other extreme circumstances.
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05 18 20
 

Food distribution held in Boynton Beach, South Florida

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — The economic fallout continues to unravel with more staggering unemployment numbers in America.
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05 3 20
 

Giveaway of hygiene products during coronavirus

By Lucas Phillips, Globe Correspondent
 
Before the coronavirus began to spread, it might have been hard to guess how appreciated toilet paper and disinfectant would be this weekend.
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05 2 20
 

NorCal restaurants serve meals to health care workers

By Emily Maher, KCRA Channel 3
 
Restaurants across the country are making sure health care workers at the frontlines are getting a hot meal.
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05 1 20
 

Muslim charity packs & distributes essentials

By Asma, Neighbor, Apr 7, 2020
 
ICNA Relief Chicago is distributing food boxes to those who have lost their jobs, homebound elderly, widows, and other low-income neighbors.
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04 24 20
 

Amid pandemic, Texas relief agencies outreach to refugees

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Rescue Committee in Dallas had a plan — to encourage its clients to fill out the Census. Now the rescue committee and other groups are also making sure their clients — many of whom are refugees — have enough to eat and know how to stay safe.
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04 17 20
 

Scholars help U.S. Muslims tackle unforeseen situation

By Anwar Iqbal
 
WASHINGTON: The coronavirus pandemic has created unprecedented fiqhi and spiritual issues for the Muslim community in the United States, says Dr Asif Hirani, an Islamic scholar helping the community deal with this crisis.
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04 17 20
 

Groups step up to help neighbors during outbreak

From small business fundraisers to window sign drives and grocery giveaways, here’s how West Ridge neighbors are helping during the outbreak.
By Joe Ward, Rogers Park, Edgewater, Uptown Reporter
 
WEST RIDGE — With West Ridge having one of the largest coronavirus clusters in the state, residents and local groups are making sure their neighbors are equipped to handle the outbreak.
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04 13 20
 

West Ridge’s Refugee Center Seeks Donations, Volunteers

Demand for services at the Refugee Resource Center and Food Pantry is expected to skyrocket because of the virus outbreak.

Joe Ward, Rogers Park, Edgewater, Uptown Reporter
 
WEST RIDGE — A charity that helps refugees and other marginalized groups is seeking donations and volunteers to help its West Ridge food pantry serve more families during the coronavirus outbreak.
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04 13 20
 

One Organization’s Assistance to Neighbors in Need

By Asma, Neighbor
 
As COVID-19 spreads like wildfire in our communities, low-income families are struggling the most. The elderly are at risk. Self-employed workers see their businesses dry up. This trial is unlike any other of our time for many reasons, most of all, because it affects everyone.
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04 13 20
 

Coronavirus behind the wall, covid19 relief for small biz

FLASHPOINT WITH CHERRI GREGG, KYW Newsradio
 
Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about coronvirus behind the wall.
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04 1 20
 

Donations boost health-care system

By Vincent Ball
 
Thousands of masks, disposable gloves and other personal protective equipment are being delivered to front-line healthcare workers courtesy of Wilfrid Laurier University.
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03 17 20
 

How are you going to respond to Coronavirus?

A Reminder by ICNA President, Javaid Siddiqi
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03 16 20
 

Coronavirus: death warrant for low-income residents

By Khurram Shahzad

While getting gas in a rest area at New Jersey Turnpike, I asked the guy, Shahzaib Malik, who was filling up my car tank, aren’t you scared of Coronavirus? Of course, I am but I can’t stay home so I am here and working, Shahzaib replied sadly.
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01 9 20
 

Wayne County provides assistance to locals Veterans

DEARBORN HEIGHTS — The Wayne County Treasurer’s Office hosted the third annual Veteran’s Resource Fair on Thursday, November 21 at Bellagio Banquet and Conference Center, providing veterans, spouses and family members help and information on healthcare, employment, housing, utility assistance and much more.
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10 29 19
 

Chesterfield Clinic Connects with Underserved Community

By Gabrielle Harmon, October 28, 2019
 
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Volunteers with the Muslim Community Center of Chesterfield and ICNA Relief partnered to host a free clinic Sunday for people in need of healthcare.
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09 2 19
 

Hurricane Dorian: ICNA Relief Responds

(New York, Sept. 2, 2019) ICNA Relief is monitoring the situation and is preparing to respond once the storm has made landfall. The ICNA Relief Disaster Response team is in communication with state and local emergency management staff and its partners in National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (National VOAD).
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07 25 19
 

ICNA Relief to host a local back to school drive

(South Carolina, July 25, 2019) – From July 27 to Sept 1, 2019, the national 501C non-profit, Islamic Circle of North America Relief (ICNA Relief) will distribute 50,000 backpacks with school supplies to children in need, as part of their #OneNationOneCause Back2School Drive.
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