Service, Support, Community

Humanitarian Service

The Department

The department of Khidmat-e-Khalq serves the wider community. Whether cheerfully serving the guests at the annual jalsa salana or serving a warm meal in downtown Philadelphia, Khidmat-e-Khalq is hard at work serving the community. The Mohtamim designs and implements programs to assist in poverty alleviation in the local community, regardless of whether the recipient is a Muslim or not.

  • 2015 Goals

    • Each Khadim to feed 3 people/month. Goal: 100,000 people fed/year
    • Each Khadim to donate blood and bring a friend. Goal: 5000 pints/year
    • Visit or Help those in need (including the sick, indigent, widows, orphans, handicapped, and/or battered women)

  • Resource Center Items

    • Department Plan
    • Department Presentation
    • Blood Drive – A Step-by-Step Guide
    • Charity Walkathon – A Step-by-Step Guide
    • Clothing Drive – A Step-by-Step Guide
    • Food Drive – A Step-by-Step Guide
    • FAQ – Can Your Local Jamaat Host a Blood Drive

Madeel Abdullah

Madeel Abdullah was born and raised  up in Philadelphia. He currently serves as Mohtamim Khidmat e Khalq for Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya USA. He works professionally as an anesthesiologist. He enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 children.

Mahir Osman Khidmat-e-Hulq Naib

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Mahir Osman

Naib Mohtamim I

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Nadim Malik

Naib Mohtamim II

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Faisal Rajpoot

Naib Mohtamim III
Abdul Naseer Qaid Minnesota

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Abdul Naseer

Naib Mohtamim IV


  • by: Madeel Abdullah Mohtamim Khidmat-e-Khalq بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ   By the Grace of Allah, 8 months into the year, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) USA has been able to feed 86,410 people on our way to reaching 100,000 people by the end of the year, Insha’Allah.  This comes with 92% of chapters across the country participating in this noble cause. During the Holy month of Ramadhan, our food drives actually increased.  Food drives from New York to Los Angeles and from Chicago to Houston were held during this period.  Food was prepared at homeless shelters, canned goods were collected at the Mosques and community centers, and thousands of meals were packaged.  Our youth fed the nation’s hungry as they themselves fasted from any food or water. Why feed the hungry? Simply, it is for the sake of God as Allah says in the Quran: “And they are those who give food – in spite of their own need,......