What is Humanitarian Day?
#HDAYs are direct service events of active charity. Where Muslims and an interfaith social network as the Coalition to Preserve Human Dignity (CPHD) share resource during the month of Ramadan. Providing free health screenings, food, blankets, new clothing, toys, specialty items, hygiene and back to school kits to those in need.
What does the Humanitarian Day Logo Symbolize?
The buildings symbolize urban communities in need supported by the hands of people for the welfare of humanity. Designed by “Go Nadia Designs!”
Who does Humanitarian Day Serve?
It serves the unsheltered, unemployed, uninsured and incarcerated within predominately low income urban areas. The service population includes California, USA and International communities.
When was Humanitarian Day Founded?
Humanitarian Day was founded in the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar where Muslims fast and demonstrate the importance of sharing with others. Since 2000, ILM Foundation a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization has been the custodians of this wonderful program.
Where was Humanitarian Day Founded?
The first Humanitarian Day took place on what we call the sacred ground of “Skid Row”, located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles.
What is the mission of Humanitarian Day?
Our mission is “To convert one day into a life mission”
How is the mission implemented?
Systems for Human Empowerment’s (ILM Foundation) through community organizing via a collective of volunteers, organizations and institutions who share resources for humanitarian projects, as the Coalition Preserve Human Dignity.
What is the vision of Humanitarian Day?
Our vision is to cultivate a population of morally conscious people, who are willing to share their expertise and resources with dignity and self respect.
What are some of the Humanitarian Day Mottos?
Plant a S.E.E.D, Pray for Rain
Thank You for the Opportunity to Serve
Save a Life, Save Humanity
People Helping People
What are the short term objectives?
The short term objective is to create a pipeline of new leaders who are trained to address key issues that affect our society as a whole such as homelessness, violence and education.
What is the long term objective?
Establish Humanitarian Day Community Centers and affordable housing units in America and abroad.