[TEENS] Let’s Talk Workshop & Dinner for Teens – "Volunteerism: Beyond ‘The Community Hours’" With Br. Taha Ghayyur (Saturday, May 10th, 2014)

**Note: This is the last “Let’s Talk Workshop for Teens” for this Season! Don’t miss it! **

 Limited Space – Click Here to Register Now! 

 

 

  Let’s Talk: Teens Workshop & Dinner – 

May Topic: Volunteerism:
Beyond ‘The Community Hours’

 With Br. Taha Ghayyur

  

Did you know? 13.3 million Canadians contribute 2.1 billion hours, the equivalent of 1.1 million full-time jobs every year.
 

What moves so many people to give up their time and comfort for others?

Why do thousands of young Muslims contribute their skills to great causes and organizations?

What does it take to be an outstanding volunteer?

 

Join Br. Taha Ghayyur to discuss why we should volunteer even after completing our 40 hours requirement from High school, and what importance volunteering has in the Quran, Sunnah, and Islamic Traditions. Discover the wonders of volunteerism in yourlife and the lives you touch!

 

When: Saturday, May 10th, 2014 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 
Where: 2 - 2570 Haines rd. Mississauga, ON, L4Y 4A3
For Teens Ages: Ages 13-18, Male & Female High School & University Students 
Fee: $5.00 per person (Dinner will be served)
Registration: Click here to register
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 Why Attend "Let's Talk"? 

·         Engaging and Interactive discussions led by youth-friendly presenters

·         Comfortable, non-judgemental setting to ask difficult questions 
     and share what's in your mind

·         Not a typical lecture-style event!

·         Good company of friends

·         Contests & Amazing Prizes

·         Delicious food!

 

About "Let's Talk" Series: 

 

“Let’s Talk” is a monthly evening session at Understanding Islam Academy aimed towards high school students - aged 13-18 for male and female students. The theme and topic of these sessions surround the most important and pressing issues that affect high school students.

 

About the Speaker:

Taha Ghayyur is a writer, speaker, community developer, and marketing consultant in Toronto, Canada. Since 2006, he has been working at the Development Manager with Sound Vision (www.SoundVision.com), which is the pioneering Islamic media organization in North America. He is also a Managing Editor of Sound Vision’s website and online newsletters. Moreover, he is a producer of Adam’s World videos, a flagship Sound Vision production for children.

Taha currently serves on the board of DawaNet, a not-for-profit organization in Canada focused on Muslim empowerment, engagement, and education. Taha is the former Chairperson of MuslimFest (www.MuslimFest.com), an award-winning annual festival celebrating Muslim art, culture and entertainment. He also oversees the program development of Understanding Islam Academy (www.UIA.ca).

Being a graduate from the University of Toronto in Religious Studies and Marketing, he writes extensively on issues related to Muslim youth, leadership, community development, and Islamic living in North America. Over the years, he has conducted workshops and seminars on outreach, comparative religion, communication, youth development, personal development, leadership, team-building, and organizational behaviour. 

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