The ILM Foundation (founders of Humanitarian Day) would like to thank all volunteers, organizations, and Sponsors for supporting 20 Ramadans of Neighborly Needs. Collectively we met our 2019 goals at all event locations. Together we made an impact on the community’s heart.

Major Love and Respect for Platinum Sponsors #PreventHomelessness

  • UMMA Community Clinic
  • WJS Foundation
  • Claremont Lincoln University
  • Orange County Islamic Foundation
  • Hearts of Mercy

Humanitarian Day’s Coordinators

  • R.E.B.O.U.N.D.
  • La Canada Flintridge Community
  • Sahaba Initiative,
  • Mu’eed Inc.
  • Islah LA
  • the Pomona Crew
  • Bakersfield Car Culture.

Collaboration with…

  • Islamic Center of Santa Ana
  • Masjid Taqwa of Altadena
  • Oakland’s Lighthouse
  • Food Drive Initiative

Special Thanks to …

  • Mercy2Humanity
  • The Courtyard
  • Orange County Homeless and Human Relations Commissions
  • Life Kits
  • Shia Muslim Council
  • Who is Hussain
  • Muslim Bar Association
  • City of Los Angeles
  • LAPD’s Community Outreach Officers and Forums
  • The Church of Later Day Saints
  • NewGround Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change
  • LA VoiceBend
  • the Halal Project
  • Hawthorne Community
  • the Subway Sandwich Tent
  • Muslim Public Affairs Council
  • South Bay Community
  • Slauson Muslim Community

Community Partners…

  • Islamic Center of Southern California
  • Islamic Society of California ~ Garden Grove
  • Islamic Center of Irvine
  • Yorba Linda Islamic Community
  • Memon of North America
  • Southern California Shura Council
  • California Foundation

Most of all, the HDAY’s Volunteers! You answered the call for direct service and faithfully gave your time to launch #PreventHomelessness

The ILM (Intellect-Love-Mercy) Foundation is a 501c3 Community Based Organization, in South Los Angeles. Our mission is to “teach life skills to economically underprivileged youth and adults so that social ills are replaced with opportunities for intellectual and economic empowerment.” ILM delivers its mission through our model known as Community Accountability. Empowerment for communities of color and its surrounding areas through; youth mentoring, community organizing, and advocacy for the homeless in Southern California.