Date: Jun 11, 2016 12:00:00 to 23:45
Location: Mediterranean Banquet Hall
Ticket Cost: $36 EARLY BIRD until 6/5; $41 GEN ADM
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Greetings Everyone,

The CAMP Philadelphia Iftar dinner benefitting Islamic Relief has long been a highlight of the CAMP year, and one of the most well attended events hosted by CAMP.  Please join us for what promises to be an enjoyable evening!  Network, break fast with fellow Muslim professionals, and donate to a worthwhile cause.  Proceeds from this event will be given to the following charitable cause:  SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS


DATE: Sat 6/11/16

TIME:  7:00 pm

LOCATION:  Mediterranean Banquet Hall 2033 S. Bancroft St,  Philadelphia, PA 19145


  • Limited, non - refundable, & unavailable at the door.

  • Early Bird:      $36 (until 6/5)

  • Gen Admis :  $41

ATTIRE: Business Casual or semi formal

CUISINE: 3 course Italian (halal) meal

PARKING: FREE VALET parking included!



Should Muslims vote?  Participate in the political process?  What impact can a Muslim voting block have on the outcome of local, state, and national elections?  As the climate in America is increasing in anti Muslim, anti Islam, and anti immigrant rhetoric and actions, what is the responsibility of the Muslim voter?  Please join us for an interactive discussion led by guest speaker Abdul Mughees - board member of Emerge PA.


Abdul Mughees

Abdul Mughees is an electrical engineer with an MBA in project management, MSIS degree from Penn State, and recently completed a course in financial planning from the Wharton School of UPenn. Abdul began his career working as a sales engineer for Hewlett Packard Southeast Asia and over the years held various positions in the collaboration, multi media control, and automation industries, managing multi million dollar projects in US, EMEA and APAC.  He currently heads up the Global Accounts Divisionof a Fortune 1000 Technology Company with a multi million dollar portfolio and was recently recognized for his outstanding achievements in business development closing the biggest deal ever by the division and inducted in the "100% club." Besides a flair for politics, he has always been a philanthropist at heart helping various humanitarian charities like March of DimesWorld Health Organization Project for Hunger in AfricaPennies for Peace, various food drives for food pantries, and other fundraisers. ___________________________________________________________________________________

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