A program to provide relief and rehabilitation to Muslim victims of sectarian violence and natural disasters in India. Help is channeled through existing Muslim charities and orphanages, etc. in India.
The AIM Relief and Rehabilitation Fund established to help the needy Muslims in India.
Sectarian riots: Organized a fundraising dinner, collected $25,000 in donations and distributed it to victims of sectarian riots in Hyderabad, Delhi and Ahmadabad.
Cyclones: Raised and distributed relief funds ($5,000) for the victims of cyclones in Orissa and Gujarat.
Sectarian Violence in Kosovo: Raised and distributed relief funds ($5,000) for the victims of the massacres in Kosovo.
Earthquake in Gujarat: Raised and distributed relief funds ($25,000) for the victims of the earthquake in Gujarat.
Gujarat genocide: In the aftermath of the massacre of Muslims in Gujarat, organized fundraising events in several cities in Eastern US, collected about $200,000, and distributed the money to the victims in Gujarat through several charitable organizations. The funds were utilized to build a very large number of houses and re-build damaged houses for the thousands of victims of the 2002 genocide of Muslims in Gujarat.
Tsunami disaster: AIM raised and provided $25,000 in relief help to victims of the Tsunami disaster in Tamil Nadu and Kerala through Muslim Service Society in Calicut to rebuild houses.