Karrim Abdul Muhammad Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 337
508 McLaughlin St Richmond CA 94805 USA
The need our organization provide is knowledge, wisdom and the understanding of people.
We have two newsletters that we put out into the community on a monthly basis. We provide health literature to sick patients. We have given out free clothing and food the community. We have talk to juveniles about crime and what it does not provide for you.
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Karrim Abdul Muhammad, Incorporated is doing a wonderful job in promoting religious unity in all communities. I am a Christian and was inspired to see unity amongst Christians, Catholics, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, even Atheists at the KAM, Inc.'s COMMON-UNITY IN THE COMMUNITY EVENT IN PHILADELPHIA. MINISTER ALIF, IS HELPING THE GENERAL PUBLIC UNDERSTAND THE HOLY BIBLE AND THE HOLY QUR'AN IN A WAY THAT IS UNIQUE AND NECESSARY. I THANK GOD FOR KAM, INC. IN THIS AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND MEGA CHURCHES, THE LITTLE ORGANIZATIONS THAT DO THE BIGGEST WORKS ARE OFTEN DOUBTED AND UNDERESTIMATED.
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TAKE MORE ADVANTAGE OF FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE AND OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA.
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