Past Events

Take a look at events from this past year.  Feel free to join us at future events or to book us for a future event!

4th Annual Benefit Gala – Saturday, November 17th, 2018

It was a memorable evening on November 17th, as we hosted the 4th Annual Benefit Gala at The Carlu in Toronto. Hosted at one of Toronto’s most elegant ballrooms, the Gala featured an unforgettable evening with keynote speaker, and former NBA player, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf.

We were honoured to have Minister Ahmed Hussen, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, in attendance, as well as long time supporter MP Omar Alghabra.

Thanks to the generosity of donors, sponsors and attendees, funds raised will be used to expand Naseeha’s hours of operation, increase the number of counsellors, provide on-going training, and market our services across North America.

Many thanks to all those who continue to support our work for mental health and the well-being of our community.

Islamic Institute of Toronto: Monday June 11th, 2018

We visited the Islamic Institute of Toronto speaking with their community on what we do and how we help. We had great interest from their youth and are extremely happy that mosques are opening their doors and allowing us to talk about issues that others want to hide.

10th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference – March 15th – 17th, 2018

An honour and blessing to be part of this year’s Muslim Mental Health Conference held in Washington DC. Naseeha was well received and supported by various streams with presentations shout-outs and organization wanting to learn more across the United States. We are extremely excited to build on the new relationships on the road of Mental Health.

MIST Toronto Ambassador Retreat – Saturday March 11th 2018

Taaha Muhammad, gave a powerful talk on leadership and unity at MIST Toronto’s Ambassador retreat. He spoke of the missing link needed for effective leadership, and the importance of embracing community and being there for one another as a pathway to success. He talked about mental health, challenges, support, and learning to offer of ourselves for the sake of others.

Ambassadors got a chance to reflect on their own leadership and how they have served their respective communities. They walked away empowered to be better team players and encourage others to do the same.

Education Workshop Toronto – Saturday January 6th 2018

A blessed gathering of over 35 institutions from Ontario under 1 roof for a retreat discussing topics and tactics in order to raise a better generation. Thank you to all that participated to make this event successful, alhumdullilah! Educators broke out to 4 separate sessions tacking an in-depth topic while gathering together for our keynote, Amjad Tarsin from the Muslim Chaplaincy of Toronto.