Join Muslim Americans in Public Service for the 3rd exciting event of our Spring Program, a community Ramadan Iftar alongside DC-area MAPS members, MAPS leadership, guest speakers & the next generation of Muslim public service leaders.
The Iftar features Virginia State Representative, Sam Rasoul, and White House Director for Partnership & Global Engagement, Negah Angha, and is hosted by MAPS Program Director Tamim Chowdhury.
This in person dinner is open to members of MAPS National, MAPS chapters, co-sponsors & guests only, but will be broadcast live via Zoom starting at 6:30pm for the public & members across the country.
Become a member today, free of cost, and reserve your seat by visiting www.mapsnational.org to join this nearly sold-out gathering!
Otherwise register for the live broadcast at tinyurl.com/MAPSIftar2022!