“Muslims for Life” blood drives honor 9/11 & Boston Bombing victims
Annual nationwide interfaith campaign commemorates the lives lost on 9/11 by collecting over 12,000 units of blood to save 36,000 lives
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA will be holding the third annual nationwide “Muslims for Life” blood drives between August 11, 2013 and October 11, 2013. This two-month interfaith campaign honors the victims of 9/11 and the Boston Marathon bombing. The Muslims for Life blood drive campaign emphasizes the sanctity of life, a teaching inherent in all religious traditions. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA has set a goal to collect 12,000 pints of blood, which will help save up to 36,000 lives.
Members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA will also travel door-to-door to promote and bring awareness to this humanitarian campaign. Nationwide, various mosques, churches, synagogues, libraries, universities, and other public locations are scheduled to set up blood donation centers. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA invites all Americans unite to commemorate 9/11 and Boston victims by giving the gift of life.
Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (Georgia Chapter)
What: Twelve-year anniversary commemoration blood-drive to honor 9/11 victims
Where & When:
Town Center Mall from August 30 to September, 1st (from 12 pm to 5 pm)
400 Barrett Parkway NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144