Indigenous Clean Water Initiative
Many Indigenous tribes and nations have been on long term drinking water advisory lists, as their water is contaminated and not safe to drink. Droplets of Mercy will aim to provide a long-term sustainable solution for families to access clean drinking water right from their home. Water is not only a necessity but also a basic human right that is not being fulfilled in many Indigenous communities in Canada.
Pay it Forward
In the spirit of giving, Droplets of Mercy will be featuring their various intiatives through the video series Pay it Forward. From acts of kindness towards Non-Muslim communities to providing meals and groceries to those who are most vulnerable, our segments will feature different ways we intend to give back by following the teachings of Islam.
One Day in the Haram Premiere
Droplets of Mercy aims to provide opportunities for increased religious and cultural understanding about Islam to various communities. Screening the critically acclaimed film One Day in the Haram by director Abrar Hussain, we have carried out two of the largest Islamic movie tours at major cinemas across Canada.
Droplets of Mercy provides necessities of life to victims of disasters by creating partnerships with both local and global organizations. In the past year, Droplets of Mercy coordinated the collaboration of Shaykh Omar Suleiman, Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick and Shaykh Musleh to raise funds for Human Concern International and their humanitarian efforts in Yemen to provide sustainable food by building bakeries and providing relief items to those in need.
Ramadan School Campaign
In the efforts of having the Muslim youth connect with their faith, Droplets of Mercy provided free screenings of the critically acclaimed film One Day in the Haram in Islamic educational institutions across Canada during Ramadan 2019 (1440 AH).