The Mosque Cares joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, residents, community, faith and business leaders to kick-off the second annual Summer of Faith and Action, a citywide violence prevention initiative to promote safety throughout Chicago communities in the summer months.
"While we may be a city of different neighborhoods, when it comes to keeping our kids safe, we are one Chicago," said Mayor Emanuel. "Whether it is West Side, South Side or North Side, Faith and Action is about one city coming together with a common purpose to keep our children safe, secure, and supervised this summer."
On Friday May 22nd from 7-9 PM, Summer of Faith and Action, encourages faith and community leaders, business owners and residents to gather together focusing on creating a safe and secure environment throughout the Chicagoland area.
Last year nearly 1,000 residents gathered at over 100 locations across the City marking the first night of Faith and Action. This year participants have planned barbeques, street corner prayer, rallies, block club parties, CAPS activities and events for youth.
To register to participate or to host an event in your community email: MayorRSVP@cityofchicago.org or call 312-744-1718.
The Mosque Cares is participating - May 22 You Are Invited
All are welcome; see You there! Come out and let's have a good time together.
The Mosque Cares invites you to our Community Family Night >> PIZZA & POT-LUCK - WATCH PARTY - GAMES
- Our first "ASK AN ENTREPRENEUR" session!
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