With the generosity of everyone involved, MALA, along with the Flint Muslim community, was able to present Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha with $3,500 to support this endeavor. She was recently named as TIME’s 100 Most Influential People.

Dr Mona discussed the physiological; psychological; and social long term effects of exposure to tainted water, and what needs to be done to mitigate the risks via early intervention; education; community support programs; and self-esteem building just as starters.

We were able to raise more than halfway of our fundraising goal of $5,000 to present to Dr Mona for the Flint Children’s Fund. Although we are very grateful for this, there’s still a massive void that needs to be filled to help these children and families.

Thank you to everyone that donated  with MALA: Muslim American Leadership Alliance and AMCS: American Muslim Community Services. Your generosity and funds will be well spent and are so critically appreciated.

Giving bottled water isn’t enough. This crisis will take at least a good 20 years to gauge the full longitudinal aftermath of the contaminated water. Continued medical care and community service programs are sorely in need.



We are supporting this endeavor through the resilience and commitment of everyone who cares. You can still donate by clicking here.


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