Muslim Family Services Detroit

A huge thanks to the students of Al Ikhlas Academy for spending their Wednesday afternoon helping MFS organize its Detroit food pantry. We pray that Allah (swt) reward the young brothers for their efforts.


Food Collage 1

Food Collage 2

MFS will be starting its new program, Pantry on Wheels. We will be taking food boxes to different cities to distribute to families in need.

In collaboration with Maize and Blue Cupboard in Ann Arbor, for our first trip, we will be taking food boxes to distribute to 20 deserving families. Each box contains a bag of rice, spaghetti, cookies, salt, sugar, and many other great food items. Thank you for reaching out to us.

AnnArbor Collage

Alhamdulillah, Praise Be To God, MFS initiated an Adult Education Program in Detroit. The goal is to help the community members, who are struggling with English, develop their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills for work, education, and everyday communication.

MFS Staff, Sr Jasmine Hasni and Sr Summi Akther, are working one on one with the individuals to help them understand the material better.

If you would like to volunteer for this program, please sign up here:



Last Friday, December 16,2016, Muslim Family Services (MFS), a division of ICNA Relief USA Programs, had the opportunity to collaborate with the Al Huda School in Franklin, MI. The students had collected 10 large boxes full of canned goods. MFS’ staff and volunteers worked with the students to make 10 equal groups of cans to distribute. Alhamdulillah, Praise Be To God, we were able to deliver the boxes to 10 refugee families. We would like to thank Al Huda School for collaborating with MFS.


If you are interested in collaborating with MFS in a can drive, please call us at 313-366-6800 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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Volunteers and Students of Al Huda School working together to organize the canned goods that was collected.

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Boxes are packed and ready to be distributed with refugee families.