Youth and the Law

Serving Humanity held a workshop on Saturday, February 11, 2017, from 3:45pm – 5:30pm.

The purpose of this workshop was to educate youth and provide an understanding of the role of law enforcement in our lives. We hosted about 50 guests for this event. Our guest speaker, Br. Jamal Khan, a police veteran of 35 years, shed light on important issues faced by youth such as drug abuse and cyber-bullying. An important message conveyed by our speaker was how to use our Deen as an anchor when facing such situations.

This also proved to be a great opportunity to obtain information about a career path in law enforcement and other job opportunities in the police force. Alhamdulillah, we had a great turnout and the session proved to a source of benefit for everyone.

Women’s Health Lecture Series 2018

Women’s Health Lecture Series 2018

We are excited to announce the very first session of our Women’s Health Lecture Series in collaboration with the Muslim Medical Association of Canada! Join us on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 2:30 pm, at Al Huda Institute, 5671 McAdam Rd, Mississauga, as we...

Raising Disability Awareness

Raising Disability Awareness

How much do we know about Disabilities? Ever thinnk about what difficulties and challenges are faced by people with Disabilities? Join us for our ‘Raising Disability Awareness’ Workshop led by SMILE Canada, on Saturday, March 24, at 2:30 pm, at...

The Self Care Blueprint

The Self Care Blueprint

Are you an ambitious Millennial? In this age of social media and technology there are endless possibilities. Financial freedom, entrepreneurship, global travel, weekend adventures and unique social experiences are at your fingertips. These days you can even take an...

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