[28-Mar] MIA Update
MIA Cafe Features Ethnic Varieties
A month after its launch, the MIA Cafe on Friday afternoons after Jumu’a prayer is a great success. In addition to coffee, tea and snacks, the MIA Cafe is regularly featuring many ethnic varities donated by the best home cooks in the community. Support the masjid by buying your lunch on Friday from the MIA Cafe!
When: Friday, May 9th, 2014
Alhamdulillah, shaikh Abdullah Idris has accepted our invitation to be the keynote speaker at the Annual MIA Community Banquet and Fundraising Dinner, on May 9, 2014, insha Allah. He will also deliver the Friday khutba at the Grand Mosque on the same day.
Details on tickets, program and menu will be released in the coming weeks. Mark your calendars!
A Muslim child was recently involved in a car accident which left the family in need of a three-bedroom apartment or house that is wheelchair accessible.
If you are able to help or have suggestions, please contact MIA Vice President Abdul Aziz Mian at 794-4695 or email the MIA Office at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The MIA maintenance committee has a few construction and maintenance projects on the go, including the need to build doublers to better organize parking in the gravel plot at the Waverley site. If you’re handy with the saw or hammer and can spare some time, please contact MIA second vice president Salman Qureshi at email@example.com .
There are many great ways to give to MIA!
You can make a one-time or a recurring donation online through Canada Helps here.
Donate A Car Canada accepts vehicle donations for Manitoba Islamic Association. To donate a car, truck, RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle to Manitoba Islamic Association, click here.
You can make a monthly pledge through automatic bank account withdrawal of credit card charge. Download the pledge form.
You can make an in-person donation using the donation boxes at the masjid or by contacting the MIA Office.
Towing will be enforced in the Waverley parking lot on Fridays, starting April 5, 2014. Vehicles parked in fire lanes, in handicap-designated spots (without a handicap label) or blocking traffic will be towed at owner’s expense.
Towing is already enforced in the Hazelwood mosque for cars which block neighbor’s driveways, back lanes or sidewalk access.