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CAIR-NJ Seeks ‘Muslims Against Hunger’ Volunteers

CAIR-NJ is urging all members of the Muslim community in that state to volunteer for the “Muslims Against Hunger” Project headed up by Br. Zamir Hassan. “Muslims Against Hunger” will serve more than 200 hot lunches to the homeless, hungry, and working poor at the Morristown Interfaith Community Soup Kitchen.

The Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown, Inc. is an ecumenical effort supported and run by funding and volunteers from 34 congregations (Christian and Jewish) and local and corporate businesses from the greater Morristown area. Muslims Against Hunger Project was invited to join as a permanent sponsor of CSK in Nov 2005 and was voted by the CSK Board of trustees to represent Muslims on the CSK Board of trustees in Jan 2006.

WHERE: Morristown Interfaith Community Soup Kitchen, 36 South St in Morristown, New Jersey
WHEN: Thursday, August 16th & September 4th, 2007, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
CONTACT: Contact Rehan Seyam ( for a time slot (Full work shift 10am to 1:30pm, Partial 10am 11:30 or
11:15 to 12:30 or 12:30 to 1:30) Please CC Br Zamir Hassan at:

If you are unable to volunteer time, please consider sponsoring a meal for $5.30.

In an ongoing effort to promote volunteerism among our communities under the “Muslims Care” Campaign, CAIR-NJ Community Relations Director, Afsheen Shamsi has committed to volunteering with the Interfaith Soup Kitchen on an ongoing basis and encourages others in the NJ Muslim community to do the same.



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