NYC to host first in-person iftar in the City since 2019

NYC to host first in-person iftar in the City since 2019

The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, the New York City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit (CAU), the Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC), and The Center for Faith and Community Partnership (CFCP), will host its first Iftar in the City event since 2019.

This year’s Iftar, which will hold on Tuesday April 12, 2022,  in the City event, will include a festive dinner celebration that will bring together NYC’s diverse communities during the month of Ramadan and honor the theme Celebrating the Resiliency of Muslim Communities in NYC. 

City officials will join Muslim New Yorkers and attendees from every faith and walks of life as they break their daily fast and break bread together. 

A delicious dinner menu and accommodations will be provided for those who are observing the sunset prayer. 

This event which holds at Albanian Islamic Cultural Center: 307 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY, 10301, is open to press.