We had a great time hosting our friends and neighbours for Visit My Mosque day on November 10, 2018. We welcomed people of different faiths and communities, and had a great opportunity to socialize and to get to know one another. We’re filled with gratitude towards our entire team of volunteers for their dedication and hard work! Jazakumullahu Khairan for all your help! Here are some photos from the event:
We all know someone who is facing or has gone through some challenges related to mental health. Is there negativity associated with mental health issues? What are some things we can do as a community to bridge the gap between mental health issues and the help required to deal with these?
Join us on October 27, 2018, at 2:30 pm, at Al Huda Institute, 5671 McAdam Road, Mississauga, with the Muslim Medical Association of Canada as we learn about mental health and well-being in light of Islam. RSVP below.
Here’s a quick update of our Dhul Hijjah Food and Backpack Drive:
Alhamdulillah, we raised more than 2500 pounds of food, collected and distributed 145 backpacks to children in need within our community! Our donations were shared with the Arab Community Centre of Toronto, the Etobicoke Food Assistance Program, and Nisa Homes.
Jazakumullahu Khair to all the volunteers who participated in our Packing Event and helped make food packages and backpack kits! Each back-to-school kit contained a backpack, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, ruler, pens, notebook/lined paper, and more! Thank you for helping bring joy to children in need!
Thank you to an extremely generous community for your contributions!
Have you ever wondered about how law enforcement works? Ever felt an interest in our police force?
Join us for an exciting program on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 3:30 pm (after Asr).
Our Presenter, Br. Jamal Khan, is a recipient of Governor General of Canada Awards for meritorious service. He is also an instructor at The Canadian Law Enforcement Training College.
4th Annual Dhul Hijjah Food Challenge Results are in!
This year’s Dhul Hijjah Food Challenge was very different in terms of the participating courses as our AHES students, boys Tahfidh classes and staff moved to a new location. With half of the building empty, our remaining staff and students were still determined to continue helping our neighbours in need.
- Our weekday TQE7 class commenced in August 2016 and the Dhul Hijjah Food Challenge was their first Serving Humanity project. They decided to form groups in their class and compete against each other to see which group could collect the most. The effect of this was phenomenal as each group raced to outdo each other in good deeds.
- Weekend classes TQE4 and TQU4 only had 1 day of class during the Dhul Hijjah Food Challenge due to the long weekend and Eid break. Despite this fact, TQU4 students brought in their donations early and TQE4 students brought in their food items and also raised funds used for purchasing oil and rice.
- Hifdh classes also participated and their dedication to bring in items on a daily basis could be seen from their enthusiastic teachers and students.
- Fiqh al Quloob students put in a good share of food donations and rose to the challenge.
- From the outreach venues our Etobicoke class happily participated in this year’s challenge as well.
After the 10 day drive, the Al Huda community was able to collect 1,241 food items during this 4th #DhulHijjahFC!
And the class who collected the most was
Congratulations TQE7 on your efforts and everyone who participated.
Food donations were given to the following agencies: