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Native Communities Support Islam Care Centre's New Building

With the blessing of Allah this event raised about $4000 towards the new Islam Care Centre building project, as well as, and very importantly building a strong relationship with the people of this land. Islam Care has also received meaningful coverage in on CBC Radio [LISTEN BELOW] and TV [WATCH BELOW], as well as coverage in the Muslim Link newspaper, iqra.ca, as well as OnIslam.net.

Event: April 13, 2013 11am-4pm at 120 Lisgar St. Islam Care Centre receiving support for the new building from First Nations Communities via a Silent Auction.

In a unique collaborative that aims to build ties be tween the Muslim community and the Aboriginal communities, Islam Care Centre presents the Community Gathering of Four Directions Aboriginal Silent Auction.

One of the important goals of Islam Care Centre is the build ties and foster meaningful and productive community relationships. At forefront, Islam Care wishes to develop collaboration between the Muslim and Aboriginal communities of this land. We wish to support and raise awareness about Aboriginal issues. Islam Care also participated in the Aboriginal Family Festival Pow-Wow, welcomed the Nishiyuu Walkers upon their arrival to Ottawa, and participated in the farewell ceremony before they headed home.    
Islam Care is for all people of Ottawa, Muslims and non-Muslims, aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities - People of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We provide information on Islam and endeavour to better serve the Ottawa community.

This Silent Auction will celebrate the Aboriginal culture while raise awareness and support for the new Islam Care Centre and its community programs. Many aboriginal communities, organizations, and businesses are supportive with kind and generous donations of their cultural heritage, crafts and art. An event you will not like to miss.

Entrance is FREE.  Wheelchair Accessible.  Light refreshments will be available.

 

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