Welcome to Muslim Family Network Society
Here to Help Our Muslim Families Survive

Muslim Families Network Society (MFNS) is a non-profit organization that is working tirelessly to enhance the physical, social, and spiritual well being of individuals and families in Calgary and area by providing education and awareness, poverty relief and social supports based on Islamic principles and values.

Below are some of our humble accomplishments

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Some of Our Community Services
Ethical & Moral Beliefs That Guides To The Straight Path!
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Empowering Youth and children

The program is aimed at empowering youth and children through engagement in various activities that integrate Islamic perspective and practices into traditional Canadian formats. In addition to learning the skills of the traditional format (e.g. leadership, healthy relationships, mentoring, role modelling, and teamwork), youth and children learn to see that the two systems can be complementary and that they can be balanced.

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Single Mothers’ self-sufficiency Program

Single mother’s self-sufficiency program, that aims single mothers by teaching them life skills, healthy communication, basic and financial literacy and focusing on long term support by providing free counseling services to improve the mental health in order for them to find solutions for their unique situation.

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Toastmasters Youth Leadership Program

This program is based on the premise that every young person has the potential to become a good communicator and leader. MFNS, in collaboration with Toastmasters, offers a program to develop this potential in Muslim youth between the ages of 11 and 16 for eight weeks. Toastmasters provide the curriculum as well as facilitators who work with MFNS.

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Help in Bridging the Cultural Gap

There are in fact multiple gaps that need to be addressed in order for the Muslims to successfully adapt to the Canadian environment and for Canada to be enriched by the diversity of cultures. The clients MFNS serves come from a variety of countries, each with its distinct culture. There is the obvious gap between the home culture and the Canadian environment, but there is also the gap between the home culture and the Islamic perspective, which is not always obvious. And the third gap is between the perception of Muslims and the reality of who they are and what their beliefs are.

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Educational Programs

Programs such as seminars, conferences, and workshops about healthy families, and other community challenges are focused that relates to the family unit. Annual Family Wellness Program and social issues conference on the issue of domestic violence.

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Halal Food and clothing distribution

The essentials are considered to be food, clothing, furnishings, and the means of finding employment. MFNS believes that without these basics, individuals and families cannot move to the critical steps of integrating into society. MFNS generally supplements the support available through other organizations. But in some cases, it is the sole provider of these services to individuals and families.

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