Building Bridges in  South Jersey / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Compassion Action Foundation Building Bridges in  South Jersey / Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Our first stop Peace Island PA for a delicious Turkish breakfast and dialogue. An engaging conversation around the hardships of refugees. Retired professor Vonya is collecting the stories of Turkish refugee, women and children. Her passion for helping these women share their experiences, and bring hope to humanity. She proves through her efforts that people do care. She is not only collecting the stories but she is helping and assisting the women with healthy and safe transition into their new lives.

Masjidullah in PA was our next stop. Imam Idris, gave us a tour of the beautiful modern campus, that includes a market area, with shopping, conversing and the aroma of fresh baked goods available for purchase. The community has a private daycare and grammar school. We concluded with a conversation around collaboration. We all shared are available programs and goals. We are looking forward to collaborating on Building Bridges and other programs.

In South Jersey we shared dinner and dialogue at the restaurant, On the grill. We were very happy to have our board member Zaimah Abdullah and her family join us. The dinner dialog conversations was engaging with topics of concern. Current news events, the world opening after covid quarantining and our up-and-coming women’s retreat.

We thank you and ask you to continue to visit our website. Look out for information about CAF Women’s Retreat in Bethlehem Pennsylvania September 3rd and 4th Labor Day weekend. Save the date !



Building Bridges in Newark NJ

Building Bridges in Newark NJ with Masjid Aleekah. We enjoyed the morning with breakfast and in the wonderful sound of our future leaders, the youth. The first day of summer school presentation was empowering for the students and guest. We look forward to more opportunities to get to know each other. Together we have great hope.



MALAWI food distribution – Summer 2022

MALAWI food distribution – 2022


Compassion Action Foundation at New Jersey , USA and Bedir Education and Medical Foundation Trust at Blantyre, MALAWI as partnership will organize food distribution at Malawi.

Please donate:

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By zelle :

By mail: 409 Minisink Rd. Suite 205

Totowa, NJ 07512


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We are excited in anticipation of CAF 1st annual, Women’s retreat

Compassion action Foundation volunteers and friends had a wonderful time getting to know each other over brunch. We are excited in anticipation of CAF 1st annual, Women’s retreat  September 3rd and 4th, Labor Day weekend. We will be at the beautiful Respect Institute in Bethlehem Pennsylvania. Keep in touch through our website for future information.



Ghana and Egypt Trip – 2022 Summer

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Compassion Action Foundation was last in North Carolina Raleigh Durham area …

We have now completed 30 days of personal discipline and connecting to humanity. Compassion Action Foundation has sponsored several community Iftar dinners, this Ramadan. We are pleased to have done so in person, as we are better prepared being covid safe. The shared peaceful and joyful energy was infectious. These Iftars took place in a variety of spaces, family homes, Masjid collaborations and nonprofit Interfaith collaborations.

We are renewed and ready to continue our Building Bridges program. Compassion Action Foundation was last in North Carolina Raleigh Durham area.
This was a return follow up visit. We are very pleased with the community collaborations around mentoring and other community efforts. We look forward to more Building Bridges in the tri-state area and invite you to join us.

Please visit our website on a regular basis. Look for upcoming news about our summer Building Bridges visit to Ghana and Egypt!




CAF volunteers join Respect Graduate school iftar dinner

CAF vounteers joined iftar dinner at Houston, TX


CAF sponsored iftar dinner at Masjid-i Alaka at Newark, NJ.

We been so happy to be with Iftar dinner at Mesjid-i Alaka community at Newark, NJ.