Friends of Orange County Detainees
Friends of Orange County DetaineesOn Thursday, June 13 at 6:30pm, Friends of Orange County Detainees, an all-volunteer group who visit immigrants confined at the James Musick Facility in Irvine, the Santa Ana Jail, and soon the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange, will be coming to OCIF to give us a special presentation on their humanitarian work. Since these detained immigrants are not part of the criminal justice system, their rights are few. Many detainees have no visitors and are thrilled when we come to just talk and listen. We welcome you to come and learn more. To learn more about this organization, visit their website here.
Summer Camp 2013
Pillars Academy Summer CampPillars Academy is proud to announce that this year's summer camp will be held from June 24 thru August 2nd. Summer camp days are Monday thru Thursday, from 9:30am-2:30pm. The cost for our camp is $120/week or $690 for all 6 weeks. See our flyer for more info. To register for our camp, please fill out this registration form. For more question, please email us here.
OCIF will have its team selection for SCMCO Badminton Tournament on Saturday, June 8th. Players can participate in multiple events based on their age and gender.
The deadline to register is Monday, June 3, 2013!
Use the following link to register online.
SCMCO Joint Masjid Badminton Tournament 2013 will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at San Gabriel Valley Badminton Club: 3410 Pomona Blvd, Pomona, CA 91768.
Summer Family BBQ
Family BarbecueStarting Friday, May, 10th Sheikh Yassir will be resuming our Summer Family BBQs at Alicia Parkway (across the street from OCIF). It is open to all. The cost is $10/family to cover the cost of food, drinks, and cutlery. The Family BBQ will replace the Monthly Community Potlucks in June and July. We will resume our community potlucks after Ramadan in sha Allah.
OCIF is now collecting only non perishable items to the Caterina Club's organization, who is helping feed local needy families, who are refugees or have lost their home, and are now living in motels.