IMANA’s Chicago Gala Dinner was an evening full of inspiration by the presence and speeches of our accomplished guests – Ryan Harris, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, Husain Abdullah, Ibtihaj Muhammad, and Abdulhakim Mohammed. It was truly a night to remember. We thank our guests and all of you who attended the dinner.Your support is life-changing and life-saving for people in need around the world.
We are proud to continue IMANA’s mission to strive towards a world in which the wellness and health care of all people are served by the American Muslim community.
This Saturday, May 26, 2018, is the seventh annual Telethon to share IMRs vision and work with the viewers. Please encourage your friends and family members to watch the live Telethon on channel 676, on GEO TV.
51st Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly Call for abstracts
Among the activities at the Annual Convention, the CME Committee is organizing an advanced learning environment for physicians in a rapidly evolving healthcare field. The theme of the CME is “Travel Medicine” and a diverse faculty will cover it with various engaging topics. Registrants are encouraged to submit the abstracts on the theme of the CME.
Preference will be given to the following abstracts: Disaster Relief, Travelling with Children, Chronic Disease, Immune Compromised Travelers, and Pregnant Women.
During the Convention we will also have spiritually engaging lectures and prayers by Mufti Hussain Kamani and Sheikh Abdulhakim Muhamed.
The AED class instructs participants on how to save a life in the event of a cardiac emergency. The primary outcome is to successfully implement a holistic heart health program, a community-based program to apply best practices to reduce out of hospital mortality.
The latest session was on May 19 at the Peace Lutheran Church in Lake Zurich, IL.
IMANA HQ last week was preparing for Ramadan with a fundraising course for the staff led by Dr. Richard Klopp. The course included details on creating effective fundraising campaigns, implementation, setting up roles, goals, and building better relationships with donors and potential IMANA ambassadors.
YOU MATTER! There is a need for community resources and manpower in order for IMANA Medical Relief to provide healthcare in different parts of the world. That is why we value your generosity, both for your donations and for volunteering for our medical missions. The time and money you spend on our missions goes a long way in helping the under-served populations around the world. Please sign up and volunteer today; the family you help, the life you save and the joy you bring to those hurting will forever positively impact not only them but, more importantly, you also.