Teens Against Hunger – Under the Microscope


ILIA is inviting you to take part in mitigating hunger in Baltimore. How?

We are holding Teens Against Hunger on Saturdays at our center in Gwynn Oak. Throughout the four sessions we will discuss issues related to hunger, low income and the food chain. We will then go outdoors and take action, by actually growing real veggies which at the end of the season we can go together and take to the Muslim Food Bank in Baltimore, as well as make our own halal sandwiches and hotdogs to feed the homeless.















This week we will check on the tomatoes we planted last week, we will protect them from the elements as they grow taller and learn about tomato cells under the microscope with sister Majeeda Murdock, a STEM faculty at Morgan State University. She known for making science and math fun.


Most importantly its hands on, fun, outdoors and with a bunch of kids like yourselves. So bring a friend and come over – Sign up here

Take a glimpse of the event pictures here >>> https://www.facebook.com/pg/islamicleader/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10154829057773067

Where: 4903 Liberty Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21207
When: Sat, July 15th, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Why: Learn About Tomato Cells, Check on Our Plants, Grow a Few More
How: Indoor Science Room and Outdoors, Bring Sneakers and Outdoor Outfit
Who: Teens 12-18 years young, both genders
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teens-against-hunger-session-2-tickets-36187771599


Amu Ayman