You will receive a flyer in the mail announcing your Neighborhood Cleanup week at least two weeks before your date. If you would like to find out your date you may call 612-841-8600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We need everyone’s help for the cleanup this Saturday! Jun 15, 2013 Spread the word, and let us know that you’re coming!
As part of the Islamic Foundation’s efforts to create a better environment for students and their families, we sponsor community cleanup drives that will involve, among other activities, trash and graffiti removal and the creation of community gardens.
The neighbor holds a special status in Islam. Islam encourages Muslims to treat their neighbors in a gentle way that reflects the true and genuine spirit of Islam as exemplified in its tolerant aspect especially with people of other faiths. It makes no difference whether the neighbors are Muslim or non-Muslim. Ayesha, the Mother of the Believers, stated that she once asked Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), “O Messenger of Allah! I have two neighbors. To whom shall I send my gifts?” Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “To the one whose gate is nearer to you.”
It is clear from the above Prophetic Hadith that Muslims are encouraged to not only treat our neighbors kindly, but also to exchange gifts with them. The wording of the Hadith does not indicate whether the one with whom we exchange gifts is a Muslim or not, also cleaning up your neighborhood.
Items We Will Not Remove
Any material that can fit into your recycle, yard, or garbage container.
Commercial Construction Material. Contractors are responsible for removing waste generated from a construction project.
Tires or household hazardous waste such as paints, pesticides, oil, florescent lights, batteries, and other chemicals. For information call 612-871-8600.
let us show the world what is Islam and Muslims are. Please come to Abubakra As-Saddique Islamic Center reception office to fill in the volunteer application.
all the poeple who took part of this great Job Thank you might Allah reward you the Junah, here are some wonderful pictures of that day