Ramadan Resource from The Family and Youth Institute

The Family and Youth Institute has prepared a Ramadan Toolkit with practical tips on how to nourish your spiritual selves while simultaneously managing the realities of your daily lives during this blessed month. The toolkit includes resources in the following 7 categories.

  1. Personal Development
  2. Encouraging Family Traditions
  3. Mental Illness and Ramadan
  4. Experiencing Ramadan as a Convert
  5. Ramadan in the School
  6. Ramadan in the Workplace
  7. Fitness and Nutrition during Ramadan
ISNA Masjid Development Committee
Green Initiative
Join Our Annual "Greening Our Ramadan" Campaign

We ask every masjid/Islamic center to adopt and pledge at least the following five practices during the coming Ramadan:

  • Conserve food during Iftar and avoid being wasteful by giving excess food to people in need. Conserve water, especially during wudu.
  • Use relatively quick degradable paper products for Iftar and not at all use styrofoam cups and plates
  • Recycle material, especially plastic water bottles
  • Replace all light bulbs with energy saver bulbs and thus conserve electricity
  • Give a khutbah on the Islamic imperative to conserve and protect the environment

May is Mental Health Awareness Month
We are honored to partner with Khalil Center to present weekly webinars during the month of May in recognition of Mental Health Awareness month.
Sunday, May 20
  • 4pm Eastern: Effects of Marital Conflict on Children - Saadia Yunus
  • 5pm Eastern: Prioritizing Marital Commitment - Sadia Jalali

Sunday, May 27
  • 4pm Eastern: Pre-Marital Considerations and Preparations - Kamal Shaarawy
  • 5pm Eastern: Healing from Trauma - Hira Khanzada
Follow us Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram as we explore different mental health terminology using #MentalHealthAtoZ
55th Annual ISNA Convention
In God We Trust
August 31 - September 3, 2018 | Houston, TX
Imam Dawood Yasin invites you to join him in Houston over
Labor Day Weekend for the Annual Convention.
Convention Highlights
  • Over 200 Renowned Speakers
  • 500 Vendor Bazaar
  • Entertainment
  • Community Service Recognition Luncheon
  • Qira'at Competition
  • Matrimonial Banquet
  • Art Exhibit
  • Film Festival
  • Health Fair
  • Meet the Author Program
  • 5K Fun Run
  • Photography Exhibit
  • Children's Program
  • Special Needs Accommodations
  • MYNA Conference: Be the Hope, Be the Change. How to Overcome our Inner and Outer Struggles to Make a Difference
Do you want your city to host the 2019 Annual Convention?

This year, we are very excited to host the Annual Convention in the southwest region of the country for the first time!

We want to continue visiting new regions and are now accepting proposals for the 2019 Annual ISNA Convention host city!

Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA)
Looking for a really fun, youth-focused and youth-led camp this summer? Want the perfect way to make the most out of your time off? 

Come experience an inspiring, eye-opening, exciting and HYPE 7 days and 6 nights at one of our 6 MYNA Summer Regional Camps. Zip lining, canoeing, kayaking, swimming––YES, for sisters too––archery, and bonfires are just some of the activities that you will not want to miss out on! 

Don't live close to the camp? No worries! When MYNA calls a camp regional, we provide optional transportation from major cities nearby to get you and your whole group to camp. Come meet Muslim youth from outside of your local community and connect with the greater MYNA family!

Plus, with this summer’s theme, Queens of Hearts, campers will get a chance to learn more about the amazing women that lived during the time of our Beloved Prophet (SAW).
Trust us: you won’t want to miss this.

Have questions about how MYNA Camps run? Check out our FAQ section: https://www.myna.org/faq/ .

For more info and to register, visit: https://www.myna.org/summercamp/
ISNA Seeks Transformative Leader:
Executive Director Search Announced  

The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) has announced a search for an Executive Director (ED) to lead the organization at a very historic point in its history. The ED is a new position created as a result of the historic overhaul of the organization's bylaws effective January 1, 2018. The former position known as Secretary General has been abolished.

In consultation with the Executive Committee and more broadly the ISNA Board of Directors, the ED will provide visionary and strategic leadership to build on ISNA's history of service to Islam and Muslims in North America. Dr. Asra Ali, chair of the ED search committee emphasizes that "the new ED will use her or his skills and proven senior level management experience to position the organization to achieve excellence in the creation and delivery of programs and services to meet the needs of our diverse and growing Muslim community."

Additional information is available on our website,  www.isna.net/EDsearch
click on job posting for more information

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Action Alerts and Community Resources
Communities nationwide are benefiting from in-depth training, lectures, resources and networking opportunities that ISNA provides through our regional conferences. 

By supporting these events, you are helping us to uplift, inspire and educate others on numerous topics that can improve lives and communities. This lasting impact will positively affect our society as a whole. 

Please become an ISNA Monthly Sustainer to help further our reach and impact together.