Project Downtown – February 20th, 2016

The Holy Quran says: “And they feed, for the love of Him, the poor, the orphan, and the prisoner. Saying, ‘We feed you for Allah’s pleasure only. We desire no reward nor thanks from you. (76: 9-10).

To raise awareness of homelessness in the United States,  AMSAW GMU packed and distributed 50 lunch bags to the homeless on Saturday, February 20th at Franklin Square Park in Washington D.C.

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November Bake Sale

AMSAW GMU wrapped up its November bake sale at Mubarak Mosque on Friday, November 27th after Friday Prayers. All proceeds will be given for the Lajna Hall.

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“Repair The World” Interfaith Initiative

AMSAW GMU’s painting for the “Repair the World” interfaith art initiative was displayed in George Mason University’s Johnson Center all week from November 16th to November 20th.

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Bake Sale for #BreastCancerAwareness

AMSAW GMU wrapped up a very successful bake sale at Mubarak Mosque on Friday, October 30th after Friday prayers.

All proceeds will be given to The Pink Fund, an organization that provides short-term financial aid to breast cancer patients who have lost all or part of their income during their treatment.

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AMSAW Picnic – October 27th, 2015

AMSAW will be holding a potluck picnic on Tuesday, October 27th from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM in the lawn in front of SUB 1 (behind the AMSAW bench). Please RSVP at:

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, AMSAW will also be collecting donations for The Pink Fund, an organization that provides short-term financial aid to breast cancer patients who have lost all or part of their income during their treatment. AMSAW will be collecting donations at the picnic.

Walk for Humanity 2015

AMSAW will be participating in the 5K Run & Walk Against Hunger in Washington DC. 15.7% of DC population is suffering form poverty and hunger. Join us in our fight to end hunger in the DC area. Together we can make a difference in someone’s life who is in need.

Register here!


AMSAW Officers : 2015-2016

The AMSAW officers for the 2015-2016 academic year have been elected!

  • President – Shumaila Ahmad

  • Vice President – Sadia Choudhry

  • Secretary – Fatima Khan

  • Treasurer – Marium Ahmad

  • Webmaster – Amen Aqeel

Find out more about our officers here!

AMSAW Bench Painting!

AMSAW participated in the long standing tradition of painting a bench at George Mason University.

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Stop the CrISIS event at GMU – 4/28


Stop the CrISIS

In recent months, the phenomenon of radicalization and extremism among certain elements of society has grown and become cause for concern across the country. In the wake of several Americans, many of whom were born and raised in America, having gone abroad to wage a bloody “jihad” with terrorist groups in foreign lands, radicalization has become one of the most puzzling and worrying issues of the past 2 years.

A great need has been felt to take real and immediate action to work towards tackling and eradicating this problem of radicalization among a small segment of Muslim youth. In light of that need and concern from all quarters, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has taken it upon itself to wage a massive, nationwide awareness campaign in the form of a unique and eye-opening production that combines live presenters and video production to delve into this issue like you have never seen before. It’s time to take action. It’s time to stop the crisis.

AMSAW is working with its brother organization AMSA and the Virginia chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to hold a Stop the CrISIS event at George Mason University! The event is being held on April 28th, 2015 at the Johnson Center Bistro. Come join us to take a stand!

Let’s Talk About #AllLivesMatter

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Stop by Kiosk F on Monday and Tuesday, and Kiosk G on Friday at the Johnson Center! We want to hear what you have to say.