American Joint Multifaith Association

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The American Joint Multifaith Association is an interfaith volunteer group that strives to develop interfaith dialogue among the different faiths in America. AJMA is headed by Mr. Moin Ansari. the organization was formed in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S. World Trade Center, when a group of individuals came together with the goal of improving relations among the faiths. AJMA worked to send relief supplies and funds to Pakistan after the earthquake of 2005. The group worked with the schools, musicians, mosques, temples, synagogues, and gurduaras to collect blankets and jackets and sent them to Pakistan to help the earthquake victims. They also used the same sources to send more than $7,500 for the flood relief in 2010.[1]

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Musalman Times
(American Joint Multifaith Association)
6056 6th Avenue
New York, NY


  1. Musalman Times (The Web site of the American Joint Multifaith Association), accessed November 30, 2010