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mas ny centers

Creating a positive impact throughout New York

 
 
 

we’re wherever you are in new york

BROOKLYN & STATEN ISLAND SUBCHAPTER

The Brooklyn Staten Island Subchapter (BKSI) is central to MAS NY work. Because of its close proximity to Manhattan, Queens, and the state of New Jersey, BKSI has a wealth of resources at its fingertips and is perhaps the most diverse subchapter in MAS NY.

mas youth center - BROOKLYN, NY

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MASYC was the first MAS center of its kind when its doors officially opened in 2002. Since then, thousands of youth and parents, mentors, Islamic entertainers, and politicians have walked through its doors - making it an active community participant and a valuable asset to its members and congregants.

 
 

SHEEPSHEAD BAY CENTER - BROOKLYN, NY

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Completed in 2016, the MAS Sheepshead Bay Community Center is located in South Brooklyn and has been an active participant in community service efforts such as the distribution of school and food supplies to the needy. The center continues to play an integral role in the surrounding neighborhood.

 

STATEN ISLAND CENTER - staten island, ny

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MASSIC is a small location that packs a big punch. From activities to outreach, it also houses the very successful Qur’an Academy. Currently, MASSIC is on the road to expansion and will be able to better to serve the surrounding with a larger space and an increase in the number of programs and resources.

 

 

QUEENS-LONG ISLAND ISLAND SUBCHAPTER

With its airports, trains and soon to be ferry, Queens is the gateway to New York City and the closest borough to Manhattan. Long Island, on the other hand, is the jewel of New York state. The Queens-Long Island Subchapter is strategically placed in an area that is often times the first stop for MAS NY visitors. It is also home to MAS NY’s most ambitious project, the Ibn Sina Center.

 

IBN SINA CENTER - LIC, NY

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The Ibn Sina Center is MAS NY’s biggest project to date. This $6 million, 24,000 square foot complex will just about double in size upon completion. Named after Ibn Sina, the famous Islamic thinker and renowned physican, the center currently runs a weekend Islamic academy. In the future, it wil be home to a full-time Islamic school, Universal Pre-K, daycare and aftercare, as well as recreational facilities.

DAR AL-DA’AWA - astoria, NY

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Formerly a church, Dar Al-Da’awa is a masjid and community center that has been producing young scholars and holders of ijazah in both hifz and tajweed. Dar Al- Da’awa has also been hosting a successful street fair on the famous Steinway Street in Astoria, Queens since 2013.


 

UPPER NEW YORK SUBCHAPTER

The MAS UNY Subchapter unites the Bronx, Yonkers, and the Hudson Valley area - a geographic area that offers the best of what New York State has to offer in terms of diversity, resources, natural beauty and so much more. MAS UNY is a dynamic subchapter with a tireless community, always ready to sacrifice time and money for the sake of Allah (swt).

ANDALUSIA SCHOOL - YONKERS, NY

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Andalusia School is committed to providing students from grades Pre-K through 12 with a solid, accredited educational foundation in mathematics, science, language arts, social studies, Islam, and the Qur’an. It is a member of SUNY, registered with NYS Board of Regents, a registered member of the College Board, and accredited by NYSED.

BRONX MUSLIM CENTER - BRONX, NY

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Since its inception in 1998, the Bronx Muslim Center has been a springboard for many other projects, including the Andalusia School in Yonkers. BMC is located in the middle of an active and diverse Muslim community. Currently, construction is underway to move the center two blocks away to a brand new purpose-built 33,000 square foot facility.