BALTIMORE, MD – April, 14, 2017 (MNISAASHELTER) Chaplain Asma Inge-Hanif received the Birdland Community Hero award at the April 8th, 2017 Baltimore Orioles baseball game. The Orioles Birdland Community Heroes program honors and recognizes community heroes who inspire through their spirited commitment to extend a hand in charity, service, hope, and harmony.
Asma Inge-Hanif, an advanced nurse practitioner from Baltimore, opened her home to Muslim women and children refugees who were sexually assaulted or victims of domestic violence and ultimately converting her home into a shelter. She also feeds the homeless through her “Chili Bowl Sunday” program and provides physicals to individuals wishing to participate in the Special Olympics.
Birdland Community Hero recognition honors the heroism of members of the extended Orioles community from all walks of life, occupations, and diverse backgrounds living in the Baltimore region, Unites States, and abroad, who have distinguished themselves by selflessly working or volunteering in fields that care for, serve, teach, protect, and improve the lives of others, around the corner or around the globe, who are most in need.
Donate To Support Muslimat Al Nisaa Shelter/Inge Benevolent Ministries Programs:
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or by sending a check to address below:
Muslimat Al Nisaa Shelter
3708 Liberty Heights Ave, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21215