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Muslims for Life Campaign Update 2014

To honor the victims of 9/11 and emphasize Islam’s essential teaching regarding the sanctity of life, the Ahmadiyya Muslims Community, USA began organizing blood drives all across the nation in 2011. The “Muslims for Life” Campaign has now become a Nationwide Annual Event.

2011: In 168 cities, 269 blood drives collected a total of 11,803 pints of blood.
2012: 376 one-day blood drives collected 11,170 pints.
2013: 261 Blood Drives held by 66 local branches of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community collected 10,377 pints.
In three years 906 blood drives were organized and 33,350 pints collected potentially helping to save more than 100,000 lives!
Some of Our Partners: American Red Cross, America’s Blood Centers, Carter Blood Care, Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center, American Islamic Congress, Bowl for Life, Blood Centers of the Pacific, KPFT Radio, The Community Blood Center, Community Blood Center of Kansas, Miller Keystone Blood Center, Wildwood Presbyterian Church, Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist, Zion Fire and Rescue Department, Bray Center, Inc., Trinity United Methodist Church, Jewish Community Center, Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism, Northwoods Presbyterian Church, Hosana Lutheran Church

The collaboration of many faith groups, communities and organizations went into making all this possible and we are eternally grateful to them all and pray that God bless them for their help and assistance. We have endeavored to list every one of these helpers on our website.

Our Goals

Honor the victims of 9/11

Collect 12,000 units of blood

Help save 36,000 lives

What You Can Do

Donate blood

Coordinate a local drive

Spread the word

Find a Blood Drive

Sponsored by Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a religious organization, international in its scope, with branches in over 195 countries. This is the most dynamic Muslim community in modern history, with worldwide membership exceeding tens of millions. The Community is an embodiment of the benevolent message of Islam in its pristine purity. Wherever the Community is established, it endeavors to exert a constructive influence of Islam through social projects, educational institutes, health services, Islamic publications and construction of mosques, despite being bitterly persecuted in some countries. Ahmadi Muslims have earned the distinction of being a law-abiding, peaceful, steadfast and benevolent community. Learn More