To provide health, education, shelter and other social services to the underserved population in general, and to Muslim women and children in particular.
Muslimat Al-Nisaa, originally organized in 1987, is a non-profit organization established to provide culturally sensitive health, education and social services to Muslim community women and children. In 2005, co-founders Asma Hanif and Dr Maryam Funches, recognized the need to add a shelter program to the original organizational objectives.
Friday May 22, 2015
Red Nose Day & MNISAA Unite Against PovertyRed Nose Day & MNISAA Unite Against Poverty Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun ...
Wednesday April 29, 2015
Mother With Special Needs Son Loses Home to Fire in BaltimoreGreetings of Peace The most common inaccuracy regarding homelessness is the thought that “it will never happen to me”. As a Baltimore resident, I am witnessing first-hand a city crying ...
Monday March 9, 2015
Support The NAACP Baltimore City Health Committee Celebrating “Women’s History Month” Annual LuncheonA Personal Invitation To You From Dr. Josephine Ball, NAACP Baltimore City Health Committee Chair: The roots of the NAACP were founded on the premise that all people are created ...
Saturday February 28, 2015
Chaplain Asma Hanif Invited Guest Speaker At The National Security Agency (NSA)As salaamu alaikum, Dear Beloved Community, The Equal Employment and Opportunity Department at the National Security Agency, honored me with an invitation to help them better perform on the job and ...
Tuesday February 3, 2015
Baltimore Sun Features Chaplain Asma Hanif’s Chili Bowl Sunday On Front PageA Super Bowl Party With a Giving Twist Volunteers serve food to the homeless during a Super Bowl Sunday event billed by organizers as “a day to feed and clothe our homeless ...