Our volunteers continue their journey of Compassion to help others in our beloved city. On Jan. 16th and Feb. 6th, 2019, Doctors for Healthy Communities and Muslim Americans for Compassion sponsored a supplies drive for Blessings in a Backpack. The events were held at Camp Taylor Elementary School in Louisville. MAC and DHC volunteers along with Camp [...]
By Shiela Steinman Wallace, Editor Emeritus of Jewish LouisvilleDecember 20, 2018 Muhammad Babar When Dr. Muhammad Babar was asked to join a delegation of 12 American-Muslim leaders on an AJC-sponsored trip to Israel this past November, he felt conflicted.“It was not easy for me to agree to take this trip,” the Louisville physician said. “There [...]
MAC president Muhammad Babar served as the master of ceremonies for the "One Shining Louisville" interfaith inauguration event for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. On January 6, 2018, "One Shining Louisville" took place at the Cathedral of the Assumption in Louisville, Kentucky. Muhammad Babar, president of Muslim Americans for Compassion, served as the master [...]
Dear Faithful Supporters: Muslim Americans for Compassion is growing its nonprofit infrastructure to better serve the community. With your help, we'd like to solidify our strongest resource -- you, our community supporter. Please email us with your complete mailing address and phone number. Rest assured your information will remain confidential and will not be shared, [...]
To Our Fellow Americans in Thousand Oaks California: Muslim Americans for Compassion wishes to extend prayers and support to the families of the victims of the horrific shooting which took place at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California. We stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our fellow citizens in California and throughout the entire world [...]
On August 14th, 2018, volunteers from the Muslim Americans of Compassion organization delivered back to school supplies for school-aged children when visiting Masjid Al ASR in Louisville, KY. On the left is Dr. Waqar (a MAC volunteer) with Khalid (a Masjid Al-Asr worker) taking a picture after delivering the school supplies.