The ILM Foundation utilized its original programming to counteract negative propaganda designed to damage character of both Muslim and Interfaith communities. Humanitarian Day, with its well-established services is a working model that motivates coalition building, providing direct services for the uninsured, and community organizing for local change. We work hard to maintain our honorable station asĀ Custodians for Social Direct Services, Education and Awareness.

Our network, the Coalition to Preserve Human Dignity which consists of volunteers, organizations, and institutions who collectively share resources for humanitarian projects. (1) Together we have served well over 60,000 deserving, (2) these events have been hosted in over 20 domestic sites in the United States, we have trained leaders and organizations how to effectively serve disenfranchised areas. (3) A training that has motivated volunteers to serve their own communities. We have chosen to serve the general public with goods and services, targeting low income families and those suffering homelessness.