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Weekly Newsletter                                                 November 7, 2013
 
Thank You

SHUKRAN
Jazakumullahu khair

We have one thing to say to our donors: Thank You!

Amoud Foundation would like to say thank you to all of our donors who have supported us over the years. 
The amanah you give us allows us to continue supporting our projects focusing on education, health, and development.

Mashallah, we are continuing our work in the Horn of Africa and have expanded to relief work in Mali, Burma, Syria and The Philippines.

We strive to make use of all donations through servitude leadership and harnessing the spirit of our volunteers through the US and our partners in the Horn of Africa.  By keeping our overhead low, we are able to maximize the donations to support the projects.

Our goal is to continue the service through our volunteers as we have done over the last 15 years inshaAllah.
 
Please spread the khair to your friends and family. 
Our memberships and ratings:
  1. Member of Irving Chamber of Commerce since 2006 
  2. Member of Society for Nonprofits since 2008 
  3. Four Star Rating on Guidestar
  4. Founding member of North Texas Islamic Council 

*We are in the accreditation process with the

Better Business Bureau - Nonprofit Organizations. 

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