Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA) held its annual Radiology Networking dinner, at the Meerath Kabab House, Chicago on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. The reception was organized by IMANA President, Dr. Imran Qureshi and IMANA Vice President, Dr. Nabile Safdar.
More than seventy people attended the event. Radiologists and professionals both engaged their ideas together and interacted amongst each other. Our greatest highlight was the socialization and engagement of the attending radiologists.
IMANA Medical Relief officially opens up an office in Washington, D.C., it is located in Fairfax, VA which is a suburb of the capital city. This marks the beginning of a new chapter for IMANA, which has its headquarters in Chicago and will now have a presence in the nation’s capital also. This new office will primarily oversee all our medical relief work.
For any questions, concerns, and thoughts in regards to the new IMANA office, please reach out to IMANA Medical Relief Coordinator, Zahid Mahmood.
Each year, some of our committed donors support IMANA with gifts of stock or mutual fund shares.
If you own appreciated securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds held by you for more than one year), donating them to IMANA may allow you to reduce or avoid more capital gains taxes and receive a federal income tax charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the contributed stock.
IMANA will be having a Spring Umrah this year
with an optional trip to Jerusalem in the first week of April. Registration begins next week.
When it comes to investing for retirement, IMANA members often have goals
and objectives that are broader than the typical retirement plan investor.
These professionals are interested in having a flexible program that caters to
the diverse investment needs of staff, while providing Muslim investors with
solutions that are consistent with their faith.