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Many of us are coming to this year’s Ramadan with varying situations–for some of us, mosques may be reopening to some extent, whereas for others, mosques will still be closed. Regardless, for all of us to some extent, this will be a physically distant and spiritually different Ramadan— but that doesn’t have to prevent us from catching the blessings of Ramadan. While this will be another physically distant and spiritually different Ramadan, our current situation does not prevent us from catching the blessings of Ramadan. The Family and Youth Institute is here to serve you during these times. Last year, we conducted a needs assessment about the concerns and needs of American Muslims as they prepare for a COVID-19 Ramadan, based on the findings and our reality today, The Family and Youth Institute has prepared this Ramadan Toolkit with practical tips on how to nourish your spiritual selves during this COVID-19 Ramadan.

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Haven’t Started Preparing For Ramadan? No Worries, We’ve Got You Covered.
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