Community groups and organizations, including Muhammad Mosque No. 7C, were recognized for their contributions to the community.»

Muhammad Mosque No. 7C in Brooklyn was recognized for its efforts and participation with many of the great organizations of the community.

In collaboration with the Collective Fare/Brownsville Culinary School, under the direction of Sister Latoya Muhammad, food distribution efforts by the Muslims in the Brownsville/East New York Community were recognized in May.  Student Protocol Director Paul Muhammad accepted the “One Love Hero Award” from the UA3 on behalf of the Mosque laborers, staff and believers of Muhammad Mosque No.7C.

Other organizations and individuals that were present and recognized included the Lion’s Club (Bedford Stuyvesant/Brooklyn Chapter), Mr. Malcolm McDaniel of the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office; Brother Daniel Goodine of Men Elevating Leadership; Community outreach group National Grid; Mending Broken Pieces; Nation of Islam Hip-Hop Artist Da-Neek and consistent and hard-working Bro. Leroy 32X and Bro. Eugene 2X of Muhammad Mosque No. 7C.