A variety of important local and international Service Projects are directed by departments within the International Association of Sufism. Contact us for more information, to contribute and to become involved. Listed below are a few of our major ongoing projects.
Imagine a room of mirrors, reflecting back upon each of us and within each of our hearts, magnifying the compassion, valuing each other, allowing peace to resonate within and beyond each of us.
Imagine that we represent solidarity, standing together with the clear intention that we act in unity toward supporting global peace. It is in this spirit that the IAS works as a United Nations Non-Governmental Organization.
The international Sufi Women Organization has developed a volunteer literacy tutoring program as part of its ongoing, active community outreach. The tutoring schedule is designed, in particular, for young children, adolescents and women.
The mission of the IAS Prison Project, through the dedication and generosity of our volunteers, is to serve and provide resources and outreach to men and women incarcerated in state and federal prisons throughout the United States. We believe that Allah, the most compassionate and most merciful, the Light of the skies and earth, shines His light on broken lives and helps to transform those who are existing in some of the darkest corners of our society.
Following in the footsteps of the ancient Sufis, the IAS is setting a schedule to build a Khaneghah, which means “the house of time,” in Northern California. This “House of Time,” open to all Sufis from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and orders, will act as the center of a web that will connect and unite all the surrounding schools and our communities.