Minneapolis Muslims will distribute food, clothing, books, toys and hygiene kits on Saturday, Oct. 1, during the annual Day of Dignity campaign sponsored by Masjid An-Nur/Al-Maa’uun and Islamic Relief USA.

In its ninth year, Day of Dignity is a nationwide campaign in which more than 2,000 volunteers will serve approximately 20,000 homeless and people in need in 15 locations throughout the United States.
Event details:
October 1, 2011
11 A.M. – 6 P.M.
1729 Lyndale Ave. N., Minneapolis, MN
Scores of volunteers drawn from various local Muslim organizations will be helping with services such as medical camps, distributing food, hygiene supplies, clothing, toys, school supplies, etc.
This event will feature live performances by Roc-A-Fella/Rhymesayers Recording Artist, Freeway and Rhymesayers' own, Brother Ali and many more.
Masjid An-Nur has served North Minneapolis residents for 15 plus years. The Food Shelf services 350 families each month, the hot meals program services 120 families monthly and the Summer Food Program distributed 1700 meals in July & August 2011.
If you would like to volunteer or would like to know more about this event, please contact Kamillah El-Amin at 612-521-1749.

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