Huda Khwaja’s Fundraising Page

Assalamu Alaikum Friends,

I am collecting donations for the Boston chapter of Muslim American Society this Ramadan. Last time I hosted a fundraiser, YOU helped raise about $750! This year, I’m pushing us to reach $1000. Please donate as much as you can – no amount is too little! ūüôā

Your funds will go to strengthening and supporting MAS Boston in its mission of inspiring Greater Boston to strive for God-consciousness, liberty, and justice and to convey Islam with utmost clarity through youth programs, personal development, spiritual connectedness, brotherhood, interfaith work, and community service. Some of our programmings has included: MAS Youth Boston Annual Winter Retreat, College student socials, Spiritual Qiyams, MAS Mutual Aid, Teen Talks, Islam 101 for new Muslim sisters, Answering Tough Questions – interfaith/Islam 101 training, among many others.

My personal favorite program as of right now is Teen Talks, a virtual program co-sponsored with other chapters around the country providing teens from across the world with access to mentors and leaders, knowledge of relevant spiritual and personal development topics, and a community of over 100 young people. It’s been so beautiful to watch these young teens – most between ages 11-16 – engage, ask questions, seek understanding, and get excited about spending time collectively learning and growing with the support of mentors. Many of the youth in this program would otherwise have no access to programming that connects them to other youth, engages them, and offers them access to leaders – especially in our unprecedented times.

Programs like TeenTalks and so many others are only sustainable with your support! I urge you to give even the smallest amount.

May Allah accept from us all,

Huda K.

Why Supporting MAS Boston?

MAS Boston has been a leading institution in New England since the late 90’s. Some accomplishments include:

  • Managed the largest Islamic center in the Northeast for 10 years, and grew its operation to $2M/year, with 20+ employees, influencing thousands across New England, and creating a model institution on a national level.
  • Initiated several innovative projects such as the Boston Islamic Seminary, Malik Academy, Al-Huda Society and others.
  • Developed Tarbiya and leadership programs for 100+ young leaders (MIT, Harvard, etc..) who went out to create successful companies which are well aligned with Islamic values and principles.