Day Of

Dignity

An annual day of service.

An Annual Day of Service

Twin Cities Day of Dignity is a day of service, community building, bringing people together, loving one another and treating everyone with dignity.

Spotlight

Day of Dignity 2021

Below are some photos from the most recent Day of Dignity on August 28, 2021. These photos show the community uniting together to serve others with dignity and compassion.

Looking forward...

What To Expect at the Next Day of Dignity
This all-day event provides people with health care services, haircuts, meals, winter clothing, school supplies and health/hygiene supplies. Everything is free and open to the public.

Why Volunteers Matter

Day of Dignity has become a staple Northside event. Thanks to our volunteers, it’s one of the biggest community gatherings to end off our energetic Minnesota summer. Many volunteers have benefited from these services and have returned to share the same support with others.

Ways to Get Involved

Dedicate a day. Or a dollar. Join us to make the annual Day of Dignity a reality for North Minneapolis.

Location Information

Find us in the cozy parking lot and surrounding streets of Masjid An-Nur in vibrant North Minneapolis.  
Brought to You By:
and many other community partners!
Brought to You By:
and many other
community
partners!

A Special Thank You To

Islamic Reflief USA
Twin Cities Day of Dignity has been implemented with the generous support of Islamic Relief USA.
The views expressed herein are those of Al Maa’uun and shall not, in any way whatsoever, be construed to reflect the official opinion of IRUSA, its Islamic Relief affiliates, or its donors.

See What We’ve Done

Highlights From Previous Years

Media Coverage:

U.S. Hip Hop Coalition: Introducing Day of Dignity 2017
Twin Cities Daily Planet: Fifth annual Day of Dignity at Masjid-an-Nur promotes awareness
Star Tribune: North Minneapolis Day of Dignity is for community
Rhymesayers: A message from Brother Ali about the Twin Cities Day of Dignity
Twin Cities Daily Planet: North Minneapolis Day of Dignity gives back to community