In the spirit of shared justice, we appeal to you during this blessed month to keep the efforts of Project REACH in your minds, your hearts, and your prayers. As you decide where to give your zakat and sadaqah this month, we hope that you consider giving to Project REACH. [More]
Project REACH would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of you who made it possible for our youth to travel from DC to Chicago for what proved to be a life-changing experience. [More]
In just a few weeks, a group of Project REACH youth and volunteers will embark on a road trip from DC to Chicago to attend IMAN's Takin' It to the Streets festival on June 15th!

This trip would serve as a landmark experience in the lives of these youth. For some of them, getting out of their immediate environments is something that rarely happens. Those who've taken trips with us before speak very nostalgically about their experiences. Trips like this open their mental taste buds to new places, new ideas, new possibilities, and a general healthy spirit of exploration and adventure.

The goal is $4,500 which will go toward transportation (van rentals & gas), lodging, and food. Any assistance is deeply appreciated.

We need your help to make this happen! [More]
Project REACH's health seminar series is kicking off this weekend with "Image is Everything? Self Esteem, Body Image, and the Media" on Sunday May 19th at 2pm at America's Islamic Heritage Museum in Southeast DC. The seminar will be followed by a ZUMBA class for female attendees and an alternative activity for male attendees.

All are welcome!
Free admission, Free FOOD, Free Fun! [More]
Come celebrate Eid with Project REACH on Saturday August 25th!

We'll start off the day at the roller skating rink and then head together to America's Islamic Heritage Museum for dinner!

If you want to attend, you must RSVP to Inshirah Aleem at inshirah.aleem@gmail.com or 413-364-5045. See the event for more details. [More]
Enter Project REACH’s Eid Greeting Card contest, by designing the outside of an Eid greeting card! Whether your style is graffiti or calligraphy or something different, showcase your creative side by participating. All you have to do is create your design on a blank sheet of paper and bring it with you to the weekly Real Talk sessions or submit it online by Friday August 10th. See below for details.
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Weekly discussion circles for female youth will begin on Thursday May 10th at America's Islamic Heritage Museum. The purpose of these weekly discussions is to work on personal spiritual growth and to discuss real issues affecting young sisters in DC. We will focus on themes such as ‘Pursuit of Happiness’, ‘Sisterhood’, ‘Self-restraint’, ‘Commitment’, ‘Courage’, ‘Patience & Perseverance’ & ‘Respect’


Real Talk for the sisters will be on Thursday evenings at 7pm at American Islamic Heritage Museum (2513 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, Washington, DC 20020). The first discussion will be held on Thursday, May 10th! [More]

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