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Promote your business at the Muslim Food Bank Annual Fundraising Dinner on Saturday, Feb 23, 2019 at 6 PM.
Do not miss this opportunity!
Choose your sponsorship group, Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze.
For more information and reservation for your table contact us at 1.866.248.3868 Ext 110
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Promote your business at the Muslim Food Bank Annual Fundraising Dinner on Saturday, Feb 23, 2019 at 6 PM.
Do not miss this opportunity!
Choose your sponsorship group, Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze. 
For more information and reservation for your table contact us at 1.866.248.3868 Ext 110

5 days ago

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2 weeks ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

Check out to work that has been done on our new warehouse!

Thank you to all that have contributed time and money to the cause, there is still a lot to be done though so whatever you can do to help is appreciated!
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Corrie DenHoed posted On Common Ground I have 4 chairs (I'm keeping the table) that I'd love to give to a refugee family or someone who can really use them. They aren't super comfortable, but they're a place to sit for someone who doesn't have any. If anyone knows of someone who can use them, let me know!

3 weeks ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Salaamun alaikum brothers, we need help at the new warehouse. InshaAllah we will be working from 9am to 5pm, today and tomorrow. Jazakallah Khairan.
Our new facility is located at
12941 115 surrey bc
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 

Salaamun alaikum brothers, we need help at the new warehouse. InshaAllah we will be working from 9am to 5pm, today and tomorrow. Jazakallah Khairan.
Our new facility is located at 
12941 115 surrey bcImage attachment

 

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WaalaikumSalam..Friday D Stylo..Erdogan Keskin Nisanci..Sayap kanan terakhir..#InshaAllah..#Vancouver

Sarimah Abd Karim

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS

Labor work involved at the MFBCS new warehouse on Sat, Dec 22, 2018 and Sun, Dec 23, 2018 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
(104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 0E2)
Please register at azim@muslimfoodbank.com or show up at the site.
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LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS

Labor work involved at MFBCS new warehouse
Sat, Dec 15, 2018 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
(104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 0E2)
Please register at azim@muslimfoodbank.com or show up at the site.
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LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS

Labor work involved at MFBCS new warehouse
Sat, Dec 15, 2018 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
(104-12941 115 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 0E2)
Please register at azim@muslimfoodbank.com or show up at the site.

Reminder of the Caseworker Online Meeting!!

When: Wednesday, December 12
Time: 7:00pm
How: Zoom (online)

The focus of this meeting will be Winter Resources, and as always, we encourage all caseworkers to join the online session.
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Reminder of the Caseworker Online Meeting!!

When: Wednesday, December 12
Time: 7:00pm
How: Zoom (online) 

The focus of this meeting will be Winter Resources, and as always, we encourage all caseworkers to join the online session.

Is the reward for good [anything] but good? Ar-Rahman 55:60

Dear MFBCS Volunteers,

International Volunteer Day (December 5th) was designated by the United Nations over 30 years to promote volunteerism and recognizing all those who give their time, energy, and skills to make a positive change.

I wanted to let you all know that it has been an absolute pleasure working with you in 2018 and inshaAllah we will continue with our momentum into the new year. A special thank you to everyone who has helped and supported the MFBCS team.

This year’s International Volunteer Day campaign recognizes volunteers through the theme #ResilientCommunities. Thank you for always being there to take initiative for the Muslim Food Bank and Community Services Society!

I hope to see you all at the Food Distribution on Saturday Dec 8th, 2018.

May Allah SWT accept our endeavors and continue to allow us to serve in the best of manners.
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Is the reward for good [anything] but good? Ar-Rahman 55:60

Dear MFBCS Volunteers,

International Volunteer Day (December 5th) was designated by the United Nations over 30 years to promote volunteerism and recognizing all those who give their time, energy, and skills to make a positive change.

I wanted to let you all know that it has been an absolute pleasure working with you in 2018 and inshaAllah we will continue with our momentum into the new year. A special thank you to everyone who has helped and supported the MFBCS team. 

This year’s International Volunteer Day campaign recognizes volunteers through the theme #ResilientCommunities. Thank you for always being there to take initiative for the Muslim Food Bank and Community Services Society!

I hope to see you all at the Food Distribution on Saturday Dec 8th, 2018.

May Allah SWT accept our endeavors and continue to allow us to  serve in the best of manners.

1 month ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

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Ma-shaallah

1 month ago

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services

You may be thinking that we just had food distribution last week. Yes this is true! If you are scheduled to come in on the third week of the month, please come this Saturday. We will not have food distribution on December 15th. We hope to see our clients and volunteers bright and early! ... See MoreSee Less

At the height of the Syrian upheaval in 2013, Taha Abadi witnessed the destruction of his hometown before his eyes. Bullet holes covered the walls of schools and hospitals. The noise of the shootings silenced the streets and the falling of the bombs forced people to run for safety every few days. Life was a nightmare.

After many years of sheer struggle, things finally took a turn for the better when Taha’s application to seek asylum in Canada was accepted. When Taha first arrived in BC he wasn’t sure if he should go back to school, get some sort of certification, learn English or look for flooring work-a trade he had years of experience in. But he was sure of one thing and that was to become financially independent within one year of immigrating to Canada and be able to take care of his family.

The Muslim Food Bank & Community Services was able to help Taha navigate the Canadian job market, assist him in gaining connections and volunteer experience. In the beginning he struggled to find work and insisted that he didn’t want to go on welfare assistance. We were determined to help Taha not only secure a job but to also support him overcome the challenges that come with being a newcomer in Canada.

Six month later we were delighted to find out that Taha had secured a contract to do flooring for all sixteen storeys of an apartment building! Taha now has the confidence to not only take care of his family, but be a thriving member of his new community.

These are real stories where our volunteers impact and give hope to members of our community that need it. The most beautiful aspect is helping those in need like Taha progress in their lives.

Help us help people like Taha by contributing to our launchgood campaign today! Link below.

www.launchgood.com/muslimfoodbank
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At the height of the Syrian upheaval in 2013, Taha Abadi witnessed the destruction of his hometown before his eyes. Bullet holes covered the walls of schools and hospitals. The noise of the shootings silenced the streets and the falling of the bombs forced people to run for safety every few days. Life was a nightmare.

After many years of sheer struggle, things finally took a turn for the better when Taha’s application to seek asylum in Canada was accepted. When Taha first arrived in BC he wasn’t sure if he should go back to school, get some sort of certification, learn English or look for flooring work-a trade he had years of experience in. But he was sure of one thing and that was to become financially independent within one year of immigrating to Canada and be able to take care of his family.

The Muslim Food Bank & Community Services was able to help Taha navigate the Canadian job market, assist him in gaining connections and volunteer experience. In the beginning he struggled to find work and insisted that he didn’t want to go on welfare assistance. We were determined to help Taha not only secure a job but to also support him overcome the challenges that come with being a newcomer in Canada. 

Six month later we were delighted to find out that Taha had secured a contract to do flooring for all sixteen storeys of an apartment building! Taha now has the confidence to not only take care of his family, but be a thriving member of his new community. 

These are real stories where our volunteers impact and give hope to members of our community that need it. The most beautiful aspect is helping those in need like Taha progress in their lives.

 Help us help people like Taha by contributing to our launchgood campaign today! Link below.

www.launchgood.com/muslimfoodbank

REMINDER: Caseworker & New Resource Meeting
When: Tomorrow, November 28th at 7:00pm
How: Online (Zoom).

These meetings are an opportunity to exchange information, access new resources available to the organization, and update your training, and as such we encourage our caseworkers to participate.

If you have any questions about the meeting, please email volunteer@muslimfoodbank.com

We look forward to everyone's participation tomorrow!
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REMINDER: Caseworker & New Resource Meeting 
When: Tomorrow, November 28th at 7:00pm
How: Online (Zoom). 

These meetings are an opportunity to exchange information, access new resources available to the organization, and update your training, and as such we encourage our caseworkers to participate. 

If you have any questions about the meeting, please email volunteer@muslimfoodbank.com 

We look forward to everyones participation tomorrow!
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