Fons Vitae and Aisha Gray Henry generously provided free books to four Islamic Centers in Louisville, KY through a collaboration with Muslim Americans for Compassion. 

The first book is “Reclaiming Beauty for the Good of the World; Muslim & Christian Creativity as Moral Power” by George Dardness & Peggy Rosenthal. 
The second book is “Freedom of Expression in Islam” by Mohammad Hashim Kamali. 
Fons Vitae is a peer-reviewed, non-profit 501(c)(3) interfaith publishing house. In addition to works from the world’s great spiritual traditions, FV‘s publications include a speciality in Islam and Sufism, supported by a scholarly advisory board. In the field of education, the press is engaged in lecture series, events involving world religions, prison outreach and school programming. Fons Vitae is Latin for the Fountain of Life, which refers to the Divine Source, from which Wisdom and Truth emanate. 
Aisha Gray Henry is the Founder and Director of the charitable foundation and publishing company Fons Vitae, which is currently engaged in bringing out Ghazali’s Ihya in English for parents and teachers as well as adapting it to accommodate children’s workbooks, school curricula, and an instructional DVD.

    Imam Azam Efendira from Bosniak American Islamic Center and Louisville Islamic center for Compassion at River Road receiving books.

Abdoulie Cham from Louisville African Islamic center and Mohammad Zakaria from Guiding Light Islamic Center receiving books.