Community Service

Bilal Ethiopian Muslim Community
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Bilal Community Center is a non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, and non-tribal Islamic association dedicated for the welfare of Ethiopian Muslims living around the Greater Dallas area.

It is a great opportunity that the members of the Bilal Ethiopian Muslim community could come together to address the need for developing a community that has matured through the teaching of Islam and the guidance of our beloved prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

As a non-profit, religious organization, Bilal Community Center is incorporated under section 501[c]3 of the IRS code. The article of incorporation is filed with the secretary of the state of Texas.
Services
In addition to helping with basic Islamic and Quran studies, Bilal Community Center provides the following programs without discriminating people who are in need of the services using volunteers among its community members.

After school and weekend academic support in different subjects to various grade levels for disadvantaged kids, mostly focusing on Math & Science tutorial. The aim of the program is to help kids who come from less educated families to succeed in their education.
Basic Computer Literacy class for adults to give them some working knowledge and skills to use computers and the Internet.
Youth programs that can help fight drug problems among various communities. Bilal community center is creating awareness and serves as “community watch” within and in collaboration with the neighboring communities. The youth group is giving different community services in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area.

Office/Center Location andMailing Address1120 Main StGarland, TX 75040E-mail: info@bilalcommunity.orgOffice Phone: (972) 487-5993Contact Phone: (214) 718-3011, (214) 223-8543, (469) 831-5995Information:      Please send us any question or suggestion you may have.

http://www.bilalcommunity.org/index.php
(972) 487-5993 (214) 718-3011, (214) 223-8543, (469) 831-5995
EDIR DFW

The Ethiopian Community EDIR
A highly successful general meeting was conducted by the MAAEC, Mutual Assistance Association for Ethiopian Community in Dallas Fort Worth, on Sunday, May 18th 2008 at 4:00 pm at the Quality Inn Hotel. The agenda of this meeting was the consideration of the draft regulation for DFW Ethiopians Community Funeral Assistance (ECFA/ Edir). More than 150 people attended the public meeting to discuss the Edir project.
After more than three hours of an intense discussion on the topic, the draft regulation for DFW Ethiopians Community Funeral Assistance (Edir) was ratified by a vast majority of those who attended the general meeting thereby establishing the Ethiopian community EDIr.
The Ethiopian Community EDIR (ECE) was established in August 2008 by voluntary Ethiopians/Ethiopian-Americans legally residing in DFW, TX. It is structured as a special unit under the auspices of the MAAEC Inc., designated for a specific purpose in assisting participants-only tocover funeral expenses. It has its own regulation to run its operations.

     EDIR Participation Renewal                     Payment

You Can pay your EDIR annual renewal or any outstanding payments by selection from the options and click the payment button. Please select the payment from the drop down button.

http://www.edirdfw.org/
(214)321-9992
Mutual Assistance Association for the Ethiopian Community (MAAEC)

Background

Founded in 1984, the Mutual Assistance Association For Ethiopian Community (MAAEC) in Dallas and Fort Worth, is a 501C(3) non-profit organization under the laws of Texas . The Association serves all persons of Ethiopian origin without any discrimination based on their ethnicity, gender, political and religious beliefs. The Association’s mission is to facilitate and provide seamless services to those who need help by spearheading and managing programs that integrate Ethiopians and Ethiopian Americans who reside in the DFW. The Association aims to foster social, cultural and civic life integration to preserve and share their unique and rich cultural heritage by activity involving all members of the community with mutual respect for each other.

The MAAEC is composed of the General Assembly, a Board of Trustees (BOT), an Executive Committee, and a special funeral assistance unit called Ethiopian Community EDIR (ECE) for registered participants. Only the General Assembly of ECE participants is authorized to deal with matters related to the EDIR.

11420 E. Northwest Hwy Suite 93
Dallas TX, 75218

http://maaecdallas.org
(214) 321-9992
ESFNA

ABOUT ESFNA

The Ethiopian Sports Federation in North America (ESFNA) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1984 to promote amateur soccer and cultural events within the Ethiopian community in North America.

https://esfna.org
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