“Those who in charity spend of their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public, have their reward with their Lord: on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve” (2:274)

Welcome to The 23rd Annual Humanitarian Day, the largest domestic charity event during the month of Ramadan in Southern California. The I.L.M Foundation’s effort is recognized by the City of Los Angeles, as an active change agent by also creating jobs with the Skid Row Brigade. Humanitarian Day Actions will also take place in Orange County, San Bernardino County, and Alameda County.

Humanitarian Day Action 2022 Press Release 

Humanitarian Day 2022 Action Announcement

Date: April 23, 2022 Humanitarian Day Action | Register Here “More Hands, Lighter the Work!”
Where: Islamic Center of Santa Ana 1610 E First St, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Additional parking is available at the Holiday Inn (park in rear parking areas)

April 24th Humanitarian Day Action is a Direct Delivery to Unhoused Residents. 

  • Skid Row Los Angeles, CA. #AmazonPrimeModel


  • 8am On-time Delivery of Supplies
  • 9am Volunteer Check-in (shirts as supplies last)
  • 10am Group Activity: Interactive Listening led by MuslimArc
  • 11am Opening Du’a by Imam Dr. Jihad Saafir, Acknowledgments, and Instructions
  • TBA Hosted by Omar Regan
  • 12p – 2pm Bag Assembly

Group Activity

The #BeEssential teach-in will build awareness about the humanitarian crisis in California where, as the last count in January 2020, over  151,000 inhabitants experience homelessness. Los Angeles County is home to 40% of the state’s homeless population at 66,433.  Seventy percent of unhoused Californians are without shelter, comprising more than half of all people in America without shelter.  Between March 2020 and July 2021, up to 1,493 unhoused persons may have passed away in Los Angeles County’s streets. Studies across the state highlight alarming morbidity and mortality rates of the unhoused due to COVID.

(((Watch))) for your favorite Ansaar (Leaders) of Humanitarian Day Action!
Be Essential Part 2
Be Essential Part 1

ILM Foundation’s mission is to teach life skills to economically underprivileged youth and adults so that social ills are replaced with opportunities for intellectual and economic empowerment. www.humanitarianday.com

For media questions contact margari.hill@gmail.com

If you cannot attend. Can you Support our Efforts? Please Scan and Donate within your means

Thank You for An Opportunity to Serve!