Working together to foster community during a time of social distancing 

While our Center has gone virtual, we want to make sure that each member of our community feels connected to others throughout the coming weeks. Social distancing shouldn’t create social isolation and we are going to need your help to make sure that no one feels alone.  

Our response

Here’s how we’re continuing to foster community:   

  • Were the first mosque to close our doors and go virtual. Bookmark our Livestream page
  • Set up digital Mental Health services. Learn more
  • Kept our Food Pantry operational. Learn more 
  • Continued our partnership with The Karsh Center for dental, vision, and mental health services, as well as pro bono legal services, groceries, interest-free loans, clothing vouchers, baby supplies, and other resources. Contact us at for more information.
  • Gave a virtual Khutba about how to respond to Covid-19. Click here for video | audio
  • Hosted a digital Q&A with health experts about Covid-19. Click here for video 
  • Adapted our mortuary practices as not to disrupt service

Your role 

Here’s what you can do:
As we work together to keep our community healthy and safe, we ask you to support the Islamic Center today with a generous donation in order to support our ongoing programs and services during this uncertain time.

Would you be willing to make a monthly gift towards cultivating community during these challenging times? 

After making the difficult decision to cancel our annual pre-Ramadan fundraising dinner, we need you now more than ever. 

Become a Monthly Donor
Please be as generous as you canYour monthly gift—whether it’s $25, $75, or $500—will help us cover our operating costs during these challenging times.

Next steps

Here’s what we’re doing next: 

Other ways to support: 

Become a Monthly Donor
At a time when our Center doors are shut, fundraising events are canceled, and the collection box isn’t being circulated, we ask that you dig deep to give what you can.