Muslim Community Service Projects in St. Louis
Provide hot meals every Saturday on W. Florissant in Jennings as well as cost drives, back to school drives. Their executive director is Abbas Ali.
House of goods:
The social services arm of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis that provides for the needy of all Faiths in St. Louis. They deliver furniture and supplies to whomever in need. They give turkeys during the holidays.
Salam Clinic, Volunteers in Medicine, and APPNA (Association of Pakistani Physicians of North America):
They provide free medical services and medications within the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. They hold health fairs throughout the year.
Muslim Community Services in St. Louis (MCSSL):
For the past eleven years they have run the Salam Clinics, have hosted a Memorial Day BBQ at Jefferson Barracks VA Hospital for all patients and staff, served meals at shelters during the holidays, provided pallets of food to refugees abroad, sent medical missions to refugee camps & supports many local agencies and organizations. The MCSL has supported Shima Rostami who is leading the community education on the problem of human trafficking in St. Louis.
Biking for Books:
Started by 2 brothers Faraz and Safi Ahmad, via an annual biking event. And over the past 6 years they've donated books worth $100,000.00 to St. Louis City Schools.
A Bosnian Muslim organization started by Nermana Huscick over two years ago and they provide food and services for the homeless here in St. Louis as well as in Bosnia.
Jewish and Muslim Day of Community Service. Co-chaired by Sophie Malik where Muslims, Jews, and all Faiths meet for breakfast on Christmas Day and provide community service so Christian volunteers can enjoy their holiday off. This the only organization in the country where Muslims and Jews actually organize together.
Dar Al-Jalal Mosque in Hazelwood:
In cooperation with St. Peter's Church in Ferguson and Room at the Inn in Bridgeton, MO. they provide transportation, dinner, and breakfast for homeless women and children, as well as, warm clothing and blankets for the homeless and needy.
ICNA Relief St. Louis:
Located in Pagedale, they have a food pantry and provide disaster relief in the area, such as, sandbagging and flood cleanup.
American Muslim Woman's alliance of St. Louis:
They hold various events such as trivia nights to raise funds to help local organizations around the area.