Welcome to Islamic Social Services Association
October is Islamic History Month in Canada! To see this year’s theme and to keep updated about what is happening in your area, go to: Islamic History Month Information
For those of you who attended the Multicultural Tea Fest, please take a moment to fill out the Participant Survey for The Multiculturalism Secretariat at the Province of Manitoba. This is the link to follow:
Please fill it out and email it to [email protected] when it is complete.
Thank you for providing your feedback.
To see the very first proclamation ceremony in Manitoba please visit our Media page: October 16, 2013 Ceremony
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The Islamic Social Services Association (ISSA) is building bridges, breaking barriers and facilitating access. Through our various publications, public seminars, diversity training, newspaper and journal articles, public and private policy work and personal counselling, ISSA dedicates itself to addressing the needs of Muslims across Canada. One of the most critical components of this task is ensuring that accurate messaging and information on Islam and Muslims is available and accessible.
In addition to dealing with Muslim issues within our community, Islamic Social Services Association collaborates with other social service, cultural and interfaith organizations in order to address human rights issues and build bridges to unite the citizens of Canada.
‘At the Heart of Human Rights is Human Dignity’ conference held on March 21 and 22 which was partially funded by Canadian Heritage, Citizen Equity Committee, Multicultural Secretariat, Sargent Blue Jeans and the Winnipeg Foundation was a wonderful success! In case you missed it or were a participant and want to experience it all over again: you can view it at At the Heart of Human Rights is Human Dignity Conference
To see our activities in 2016, see our 2016 Newsletter for a detailed overview.
Or better yet see what’s been happening in our AGM Report.
Take a look at what ISSA’s been involved in at our *NEW* ISSA’s Photo Gallery
Feel free to contact us if you are interested in donating, volunteering, or simply learning more about ISSA.
ISSA Support for Muslim Community
In light of the shooting in Quebec ISSA would like to offer this information for those suffering grief at this time. If you are suffering from extreme grief please do not hesitate to contact our office at 204-944-1560 to speak with someone. Grief Information
To see supports ISSA has for Syrian Refugees: ISSA Support for Syrian Refugees
ISSA’s Bi-Annual Fundraising Dinner
After School Program Started July 4!
The After School Summer Program has three major components: educational, community service and recreation. The program days vary during the week where we have gym days, workshops, various field trips, 3-day camping trip and more! The program is intended to assist our Muslim youth across Winnipeg with social, spiritual, educational, and physical development all while adhering to the Islamic principles. For more information go to ISSA’s Event Calendar.
ISSA provides social services to individuals based on their personal requirements. We offer direct service and support to individuals and communities by collaborating and integrating into mainstream health and social services of our community.
ISSA provides information, training and events with the goal of strengthening the opportunities and potential of the Muslim community in Canada. We collaborate with other organizations and individuals to deliver quality service to participants that address the needs of Muslims.
ISSA provides information and training to mainstream organizations that increase their ability to provide culturally competent services. ISSA also arranges and provides mosque tours for mainstream groups that are interested in learning more about the Muslim community.
ISSA in the Media
ISSA provides knowledgeable information to the media and addresses human rights issues that impact Muslims and Canadians as a whole. Members of ISSA are featured in many news articles, news releases, television interviews and video interviews.