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A mobile food pantry delivers more than food, it delivers a healthier community.  ICNA Relief – Muslim Family Services and the Tawheed Center of Farmington introduces the Mobile Food Pantry! The Mobile Food Pantry will be distributing free, fresh, and non-perishable food items.

On Saturday, September 16th, ICNA Relief USA- Muslim Family Services in Detroit and the Tawheed Center of Farmington collaborated to bring a mobile food pantry to the area of Farmington.  “We have gotten a 70% increase in clients this month because we are getting the word out!” said Br. Khalid Iqbal of Muslim Family Services in Detroit.  “We have had church and food pantry representatives come out and give hygiene products, toiletries, and pet food items to go along with the food being distributed.  It is such a blessing to have people of different faiths come together for the common good.” 

House Democratic Floor Leader Ms. Christine Greig of the 37th district came out to support the efforts of the two organizations who are trying to serve the community as one.  “Sometimes we feel we live in an area that doesn’t have a needy population, but then you realize, that in every area, there are people who are struggling and just receiving this little bit can go a long way.”

If you or someone you know is struggling and must choose between buying food and buying much needed items such as prescriptions, hygiene products, etc., please tell them about this important program.

Pantry Details

  • Date: Every 3rd Saturday of the month
  • Time:  11a.m. to 1 p.m. or until the food runs out
  • Where: Tawheed Center
                 29707 W. 10 mile Rd.
                 Farmington, MI 48336

Who can participate?  

  • The disadvantaged and vulnerable
  • Senior citizens on fixed incomes
  • Families/individuals with limited or low income jobs.  


For more information, or if you would like to volunteer of donate, please call the ICNA Relief-Muslim Family Services at 313-366-6800 .

It's that time of year again!!  School is just around the corner, and we at Muslim Family Services, a Division of ICNA Relief, have started our Back 2 School Giveaway 2017! We have been distributing backpacks to underserved communities alongside ICNA Michigan. We have visited so many locations this month and the smiles of the children have made it all worthwhile! Thank you to all of our volunteers and donors for making this program possible. Our locations included multiple stops in Flint, Detroit, and Ypsilanti.  It's not how much we give, but how much LOVE we put into giving.  Thanks to everyone for making this program a success!



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On Saturday, July 8th, MFS/ICNA Relief Team collaborated with Muslim Enrichment Program (MEP) in hosting an Eid Carnival in Dearborn, MI. New Muslims, refugees, and community members were invited to help build strong relationships with each other. Thank you to all those who helped make this event a success.

The event was free of cost and was open to all.  The guests were served with chicken BBQ, hotdogs, rice, baked chicken, watermelons, chips, and cotton candy! Several different activities were in session throughout the entire event. Children were welcomed to jump in the bouncy house, play bean bag toss, and get their face painted.

All of the guests, young and old, had the opportunity to make friends and experience new activities, allowing them to build new relationships. The goal of this event was to show love and give the new Muslims, refugees, and others the opportunity to celebrate Eid in a different way together. 

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MFS helped many new clients this Ramadan/Eid with the help of the Zakat fund.  The families showed thier gratitude with big smiles and words of thanks for helping them out during the holiday season. Thank you to all of the donors who made this year's Zakat distribution possible! 


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On Tuesday, June 20th, 2017, MFS hosted a Community Iftar dinner at IONA in Warren, MI.  This dinner was for new Muslims, refugees, and the community members.  Food was served directly after Magharib prayer to the delight of the crowd.  Pizza was a hit with the children, while the adults enjoyed declious main entrees of chicken, rice, salad, hummus, and various appetizers and desserts.  It was a blessed night filled with good food, fidget spinners for the children, donated food boxes from Life USA, and even a TV raffle for the adults!  MFS also distributed Zakat checks to the families in need.  Thanks to all of the efforts from our volunteers and the community members for making this event possible.  A special thanks to Life USA for donating and distributing 150 food boxes for the Muslim families during the month of Ramadan.


Thank you to Sr Nadia Hamad for taking the beautiful pictures.


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