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AMHP HEALTH AND FITNESS CAMP - ATLANTA
(Saturday, February 11th, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST)
 
Join American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP) National, AMHP-Atlanta, Atlanta Rat Pack, and Emory University MSA in a health and fitness camp with former NBA Player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf and former NCAA Women's Basketball Player, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir. Event will include icebreaker activities, physical exercises and motivational speeches from our keynote guests and is intended to promote mental, physical and spiritual health of youth. This camp is for youth between the ages of 12-18 years and is in partnership with CAIR-Atlanta, IMAN-Atlanta and Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta.
 
Registration & Check-In:
 
Emory University
Rita Ann Rollins Building/Ethics Center (RARB 102)
1531 Dickey Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322
 
Contact: Maher Ahmed, mahmed@amhp.us, (404) 791-8995
Sponsorship: Iman Jandali, sponsorship@amhp.us, (510) 914-8935
Special Accommodation: Kiran Ahmad, enabledmuslim@amhp.us, (571) 212-2798
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BECOME A SPONSOR:
HEALTH AND FITNESS CAMP

 
Become an official sponsor of American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP)’s Health and Fitness Camp at the Emory University campus in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, February 11th. 
 
AMHP is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization empowering American Muslims to serve the public health needs of Americans through professional development, community-based health promotion and outreach, and advocacy. With an anticipated 75-100 youth attending the camp, this event is a great opportunity for your business/organization to reach a target audience. 
 
In order to fulfill its mission, AMHP relies on the partnership of businesses like yours who share our values and wish to improve the health of our communities. Sponsorships must be confirmed by Friday, February 3rd. Contact Iman Jandali at ijandali@amhp.us or at  (510)-914-8935 for more information.
Become a Sponsor!
AMHP-NY/NJ Hackathon on Domestic Violence
American Muslim Health Professionals of NY/NJ is starting the year by holding its first-ever hackathon on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at Thoughtworks (99 Madison Avenue, New York, NY).
 
What’s a hackathon?
 
Native to the tech industry, a hackathon is a day-long event that brings together diverse professionals to dissect, analyze, and brainstorm to find solutions to a problem. We, however, are taking this concept and applying it to solve social issues like domestic violence. In other words, you won't be building any apps or websites. Our primary motive is to highlight and strengthen a local not-for-profit that serves domestic violence (DV) survivors and families by exploring any one of the following areas:
  • Organization’s sustainability
  • Capacity building 
  • Domestic Violence (DV) prevention
  • Awareness and customer service lifecycle
**NOTE** Participating organization is not obliged to implement the winning solution.
 
If you’re interested in either presenting your organization, serving as a judge, mentor, panelist (a panel discussion on DV will be held in the week prior to hackathon) or a general volunteer, please fill out this link by Thursday, February 9th, 2017.
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