October, 11, 2015, marks the first “Day of Dignity” in Utah. It took place in the Pioneer Park, Salt Lake City.
Day of Dignity is organized by Islamic Relief USA.
Islamic Relief USA (I.R.U.S.A.) is a non-profit organization. IRUSA is made up of generous people ranging from: staff, volunteers, affiliates, supporters, partners, and donors.
Day of dignity is an event which gives an option for the community to help people in need.
It gets the caring individuals of the areas to distribute all types of items: baby food, canned food, sugar, flour, beans, rice, pasta, pasta sauce, dental hygiene kits, women and men hygiene kits, and the list goes on…
There were many charities and foundations working together as one:
Midtown Community Health Center
And countless more…Thank you!
Day of Dignity serves people from all races, and religion.
Volunteers are given free t-shirts, apron, and lunch.
Volunteers also feel a sense of joy by helping others.
Now, that is priceless!
Next time your town has a Day of Dignity, make sure to stop by!
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