Muslim Group Takes Part In Raising Funds For Families Of Military Shooting Victims

Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Faith and Culture Center | Our Muslim Neighbor initiative, in coordination with the Muslim community in Chattanooga, the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga and interfaith partners, are leading efforts to raise $20,000 for the families of the five victims of violence on July 16 by July 31. 

All of the funds contributed will be verified and dispersed through the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga 7-16 Freedom Fund to cover college scholarships and educational expenses for spouses and children of the affected families.

To mail a check, make the check out to Faith and Culture Center, and mail to: P.O. Box 112045 Nashville, TN 37222.  Please note in the memo: 7-16 Freedom Fund. 

Faith and Culture Center | Our Muslim Neighbor will cover all administrative and fees associated in this effort. 


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