Hum Aur Hamaaray Waalidayn
A unique initiative to create quality time for seniors in our Community.
Segregated sessions for men and women, in Urdu
Here’s a great opportunity for seniors to meet and interact with others in the community. You can look forward to a weekly social event, also complemented by learning.
Family members are strongly encouraged to accompany their elders for an evening filled with social interaction and spiritual enrichment.
at 4:00 pm – 6:00pm,
at Al Huda Institute,
starting October 14th – December 10th.
Register Online now: https://www.alhudainstitute.ca/project/hum-aur-hamaray-waalidayn-seniors-meet-and-greet/
Assalamu ‘Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh,
The Dhul Hijjah Food challenge has come to an end and Alhamdulillah, there were a total of 1500 food items contributed by all our classes! The winner is our Weekday TQE7 class with 421 items. Following are the results:
TQE7 – 421 items – 1st place
Surah Baqarah – 308 items – 2nd place
Tafheem al Quran – 244 items – 3rd place
Staff – 219 items
Sahih Bukhari – 151 items
TQU5 – 119 items
Tahfidh – 42 items
Next year Insha’Allah, we can group the smaller classes together so that the competition is more balanced.
Please share the results with all your respective teams! Jazakumullahu Khairan everyone for participating. The amount of food that we collected is so impressive Masha’Allah and has been a great source of help for so many people in need Alhamdulillah. May Allah accept all our good deeds and put barakah in all we do.
Wassalamu ‘Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
The Dhul Hijjah Food Challenge is a food drive which aims to utilize the first ten blessed days of Dhul Hijjah to raise food for people in need. The Prophet SAWS has said about these days, “There are no days in which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days…” (Bukhari).
At the institute, we are doing this in the form of an inter-class competition where all classes will compete with each other to bring in the most amount of food. Each class will collect their food items in their respective classrooms.
Donations are welcome from everyone in the community. Food contributions can be dropped off in the food bins at the institute (Food bin in the women’s area, and food bin at the Front Entrance).
Let’s all join the race for good deeds and take this opportunity to help those in need.
How much do we know about our neighbours, the Indigenous communities? Are we aware of the problems they have faced in the past and are currently facing? Are there any parallels between the Muslim and Aboriginal communities?
NCCM and Serving Humanity are excited to bring to you our latest lecture, “Understanding Canada’s Aboriginal Histories” on August 12 at 3pm. Queen’s University Professor Robert Lovelace will be coming to talk to us about this concerning issue that is currently happening within the country we call home. Admission to the lecture is free!
Please RSVP to reserve your spot: