Social Welfare

About MAV Social Welfare Committee

The mission of the Social Welfare committee is to develop, implement, and manage human services programs and support needed to improve the quality of life of individuals and families. The committee seeks to serve the community without regard to race, gender or religion.

Currently, MAV Social Welfare provides the following services:

  • Financial Assistance: to manage Zakat al-Mal, Zakat al-Fitr, and Sadaqah assistance. Email us at social-welfare@daralnoor.org to request the application for assistance.
  • Food Assistance: to provide a recurring food distribution, food pantry, and the Udhiyah Meat Distribution.
  • Community Assistance: to provide referrals to community agencies and fulfill limited case aide functions.
  • Health and Wellness Advisory: to plan, promote, and implement wellness initiatives for the MAV community to improve their mental and physical health.

 

Contact Us

MAV Social Welfare Committee volunteers are prepared to guide community members in a confidential and supportive manner.

           Email: social-welfare@daralnoor.org

            Phone: (703)-580-0808, Option 3

Local Resources

  • Prince William Area Food Helpline

          Call the helpline 24/7 and leave a voicemail for staff with your name, address, phone number, household size, and if you have access to transportation. 

  • (703)-822-5205 ext 123
 
  • ACTS Utility Assistance

          Clients are eligible for assistance with one bill once every six months, depending on funding availability, and must have a disconnection notice.

           https://www.actspwc.org/services/assistance/utility-assistance-policies

  • Eviction Helpline

          Free resource that provides tenants facing eviction or lease termination with legal information, self-help materials, and referrals to other providers or services.

         1-833-663-8428 (1-833-NOEVICT)

         https://evictionhelpline.org/tenants/

  • Prince William County’s Office of Housing and Community Development

          Provides affordable housing opportunities and neighborhood resources for low and moderate-income area residents.

          https://www.pwcva.gov/department/housing-community-development

  • Prince William County’s Office of Human Rights

        https://www.pwcva.gov/department/human-rights 

  • Link to Prince William County Media Clip

  • ACTS Domestic Violence Services

         Staff and volunteers are specifically trained to offer support, provide information, and help with immediate safety planning. Language translation services are provided.

          Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 support: (703)-221-4951

  • Prince William County Domestic Violence Help & Services

          https://www.pwcva.gov/department/criminal-justice-services/domestic-violence-help-services

  •  Domestic Violence Program Manager: 703-792-6065
 
  • Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

          The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7 service via a toll-free hotline with the number 9-8-8. It is available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

         Call or Text: 988