With Ramadan fast approaching, it’s imperative for our children to understand what Ramadan is all about and how it fits into the overall life of a Muslim. So let’s involve our children to feel the uniqueness of this holy month and understand the real purpose behind it. Here’s a great opportunity to let them take pride in being a part of “NANMMA Kids Daily FAQs – Ramadan Series!!!” Get their questions about Ramadan answered by scholars!!!
All you need to do is register using this link:
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NANMMA is cordially inviting you for a live webinar[English] on family relationships and parenting during COVID-19 lockdown by Prasad Nair MSW, RSW,(Director at Children’s Aid Society of Toronto)
“Yes we are all in this together”
Please block your calendar and take benefit from this session scheduled on April 19th at 6 PM Continue reading “Family Relationships and Parenting During Lockdown”
Assalamu Alaikum Brothers and Sisters,
We hope all of you are staying safe and keeping the spirit high.
The current situation due to the COVID-19 has impacted all of us, and many international students from our community in Canada are in dire need. With the current lockdown and closure of stores, many of them are without a job and struggling to meet their basic needs.
The government has announced emergency financial aids for its people, even for those who are not eligible for employment insurance. However, there is no support for the international students facing hardships due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Malayalee Muslim student organization in Canada (TLM) is conducting a fundraising to help its fellow students and request all community members to contribute and support. They are in the process of identifying students who need immediate help. As the first phase, they are planning to provide them with groceries, medicine, and hygiene supplies. Please open your hearts and support your fellow beings. Continue reading “NANMMA Supports Kerala Muslim Students Association in Canada for Helping Students, Impacted By COVID-19”