The holy month of Ramadan requires fasting, spiritual cleanliness, community, and dedication. It is certainly no time for the MIT Muslim Students’ Association to slack off. As such, the MITMSA provides several key services during this time.
"He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, except that nothing will be reduced from the fasting person's reward." (Al-Tirmidhee)
To donate by credit card to sponsor a community iftar, please go here.
IMPORTANT: Before you make the payment, please make sure you are not paying to the 'Unrestricted Fund' but to 'Muslim Students Association'. Click 'Remove' to get to 'Muslim Students Association' if it doesn't show up on the link above.
Ramadan 1433 is upon us, and the MIT MSA is working enthusiastically to highlight the splendor of Ramadan for all MIT students in their hectic academic schedules and away from their families. The Holy Month will be starting roughly on July 20 and continue until August 19.
For all of Ramadan, the iftars will be in served in the student center (W20), and the ecxact location will be announced on this page. All community iftars are sponsored by generous members who donate to the MIT Muslim community every year, as we cannot receive assistance from the MIT administration for these iftars.
This endeavor has been made possible year after year through the support of well-wishers like yourself and this year is no different. As each Iftar costs around $500/day, for a total of 29 days, every donation is greatly appreciated.
You can help via the following methods: