In addition to various social service projects, such as free delivery of food and essentials to its elderly and periodic food drives, the center focuses on education for members and non-members.
Before the pandemic, the center hosted open house events.
“Just to invite somebody over for a piece of bread, for a meal, to make a connection with them,” Khan said. “So many of our service projects are just to make a connection, to get to know them, and so they can get to know us, to break the barriers, to break the silence, so that we can move forward with bigger and better things.”
Open houses are an opportunity to educate, too.