July 27, 2016 • Fundraising

This Year’s Ramadan Will Be Memorable For Many Reasons

Sisters and Brothers: This year’s Ramadan will be memorable for many reasons, but among them is the start of construction at our Tri-Faith campus site – more about that activity later in this message. Our tradition of hosting community iftars every Friday during Ramadan continued to grow, but more importantly build strong relationships. It was … Continue reading This Year’s Ramadan Will Be Memorable For Many Reasons


READ MORE >

Sisters and Brothers:

This year’s Ramadan will be memorable for many reasons, but among them is the start of construction at our Tri-Faith campus site – more about that activity later in this message.

Our tradition of hosting community iftars every Friday during Ramadan continued to grow, but more importantly build strong relationships. It was great to see the fun, laughter and conversations between children, teens and adults, and to see Muslims of all backgrounds respecting one another and enjoying delicious food. Read the entire letter here.


< BACK

July 01, 2016 • Fundraising

Eid Prayer-ul-Fitir Prayer and Celebration

Please join us on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 promptly at 9:00 a.m. Inshallah. Held at Regency Marriott, 10220 Regency Circle, Omaha. See the flyer for details.


READ MORE >

Please join us on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 promptly at 9:00 a.m. Inshallah.
Held at Regency Marriott, 10220 Regency Circle, Omaha. See the flyer for details.

Eid ul fitr 7_6_16


< BACK

June 20, 2016 • Fundraising

Site Grading and Construction Have Begun!

Construction has begun on the western side of the Tri-Faith Campus, which will house the American Muslim Institute, Countryside Community Church, and the Tri-Faith community building. In addition to site grading, groundbreaking for the American Muslim Institute will begin in the next 30 days. Countryside Community Church is currently in the fundraising stage for their new … Continue reading Site Grading and Construction Have Begun!


READ MORE >

9198e27b-e377-408b-b5e1-998151daec17Construction has begun on the western side of the Tri-Faith Campus, which will house the American Muslim Institute, Countryside Community Church, and the Tri-Faith community building. In addition to site grading, groundbreaking for the American Muslim Institute will begin in the next 30 days. Countryside Community Church is currently in the fundraising stage for their new building, and design plans for the Tri-Faith building are being reviewed. We are incredibly excited to see the campus moving forward, and to move another step closer to our dream! Read the entire Tri-Faith Initiative June newsletter here.


< BACK

June 20, 2016 • Fundraising

Please join us for food & fellowship at the annual Tri-Faith Picnic!

Please join us for the annual Tri-Faith picnic on Sunday, August 14, 2016 from 12:30-2:30pm. Countryside Community Church located at 8787 Pacific Street will host the event. Halal burgers & kosher hot dogs provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share! (Please no pork, shellfish or gelatin dishes). Don’t miss out on this wonderful event. This event is open to all … Continue reading Please join us for food & fellowship at the annual Tri-Faith Picnic!


READ MORE >

Please join us for the annual Tri-Faith picnic on Sunday, August 14, 2016 from 12:30-2:30pm. Countryside Community Church located at 8787 Pacific Street will host the event.

Halal burgers & kosher hot dogs provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share! (Please no pork, shellfish or gelatin dishes).

Don’t miss out on this wonderful event. This event is open to all supporters of the Tri-Faith Initiative! See the flyer here.


< BACK

February 29, 2016 • Fundraising

Nobel Peace Prize-winner Malala to speak in Omaha for Girls Inc. this summer

POSTED: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2016 12:00 AM | UPDATED: 2:18 PM, WED MAR 2, 2016. By Michael Kelly / World-Herald columnist She is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, an advocate for education and the rights of women and girls. Still a teenager, she is known worldwide by merely her first name — Malala. And she … Continue reading Nobel Peace Prize-winner Malala to speak in Omaha for Girls Inc. this summer


READ MORE >

POSTED: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2016 12:00 AM | UPDATED: 2:18 PM, WED MAR 2, 2016.

By Michael Kelly / World-Herald columnist

She is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, an advocate for education and the rights of women and girls. Still a teenager, she is known worldwide by merely her first name — Malala.

And she is coming to Omaha on July 18, speaking at the fundraising luncheon for the nonprofit Girls Inc.

“She is probably going to be our most meaningful speaker for girls to date,” said Roberta Wilhelm, the social service agency’s executive director. “Girls are moved by her story and relate to her.” Read the entire article here.


< BACK