Each of our chapters is called a NeighborNet. Typically, NeighborNets meet on Friday or Saturday. The night includes a discussion on Islamic topic focused on youth issues, followed by fun and brotherhood-building activities. NeighborNet pastimes include basketball, soccer, football, board games, kabbaddi, and more!
The NeighborNets provide the youth a healthy social network within an Islamic atmosphere, instilling a sense of brotherhood. This brotherhood is what guides a young Muslim in establishing their identity in this society. There are over 50 NeighborNets that meet weekly, year-round, across the nation! For more details or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the map below to see if there’s a NeighborNet near you!