Irvington, N.J., (June 1, 2018 9:00 AM EDT)
Founder and Chairman of Sunrise Second Chance Foundation Mr. Mohammad Naeem received a distinguished Community Service Award in recognition of his leadership and continued support at the 7th Annual Interfaith Ramadan Dinner held on May 31st 2018 at the Royal Albert Palace in Edison, New Jersey.
The American Muslim Council of New Jersey (AMC) is a non-profit organization based in New Jersey with a message of peace and unity to people of diverse backgrounds and Interfaith community. The dinner was attended by over 700 guests and other honorees included Senator Robert Menendez; Attorney General Gurbir Grewal; New Jersey Commissioner of Health Mr. Shereef El Nahal; Chief of Staff at New Jersey General Assembly Mr. Shariq Ahmad and Dr. Dalia Fahmy an associate professor at Long Island University.
In his acceptance speech, Mr. Naeem thanked the American Muslim Council for the recognition and stated “I am honored to be a part of such a prestigious group of recipients. I commend AMC for creating a forum for continued interfaith dialogue, it is indeed a need of the hour.”
About Sunrise Second Chance Foundation Inc.
Sunrise Second Chance FoundationSM (SSCF) is a privately held charity organization founded in 2015 by Mr. Mohammad Naeem in Irvington, New Jersey and incorporated in 2018. The Foundation focuses its resources and energy on developing and administering “grassroots community-based programs”. The organization address addictions broadly and “Opioids” specifically. SSCF programs are geared towards Education, Prevention and Treatment for those suffering from substance abuse to help rebuild their lives and overcome addiction. Non-profit offers Direct Services, Community Programs and partners with institutions and policymakers to change the way the world fights opioid addiction.
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