who we are
Ottawa Muslim Community Service
Inspired by faith, Guided by values
Dignity and Respect
We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect by encouraging open communication, listening to each other and understanding different points of view.
We embrace continuous improvement and creativity by being resourceful and open to change.
It is our intention to deliver the highest quality of service through our deeds and actions
It takes people with different backgrounds, strengths and interests to build a stronger community.
We believe in collaborating and partnering with other organizations to complement what’s already out there.
We believe in transparency, accountability, and aim to maximize the support of our donors.
What we do
kiD'S CORNER FOR EID AL-ADHA
Some ideas of Fun activities to do during this celebration with friends and family, based on your age:
READ ABOUT SOME NEW INFORMATION ON THIS SPECIAL HOLIDAY, BASED ON YOUR AGE:
The website link below is an article explaining 10 fun facts about the Kaaba. Reading information about the Kaaba is important because visiting the Kaaba is apart of Hajj.
Watch cool/informative videos about the upcoming celebration, based on your age:
For all ages:
This video explains the signification of Eid Al-Adha and how this woman and her family celebrate it.
This video explains the story of prophet Ibrahim and his role in the celebration of sacrifice or also known as, Eid Al-Adha.
Recommended for ages 10+.
This video explains the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, with an in depth explanation of how to properly perform this pillar of Islam.
Eid Mubarak to you and your family!
Ali is a board member and a volunteer with over 15 years of experience in the social service field working with youth and families living in communities facing social and financial barriers, the homeless population, and people who have been impacted with addiction and mental health. Ali participated in the Shared Journey pilot project with the purpose of strengthening the relationship with Children’s Aid Society and the Muslim community; with one of the goals being to reduce the number of Muslim children taken into the care of Children’s Aid Society, as well as, to increase the number of Muslim foster families. Ali currently volunteers his time to meet with the Muslim youth who are in William E. Hay, youth detention Centre, to help them strengthen their religious identity