08 Nov

Halaqa with Dr Mohamed Hassan - Mercy Without Limits

  • 19:00 to 20:30

Please come join us for Fri Khutbah and Fri Halaqa discussion with Dr Mohamed Hassan, CEO of Mercy Without Limits.

Date:  Fri Nov 8th 2019
Halaqa Time:  7:00 pm
Dinner will be served

Introduction of the speaker:

Mohamad Hassan

As the CEO, Dr. Hassan works to strengthen Mercy Without Limit’s effort in improving the lives of children worldwide through improved health, education, and economic conditions. He brings 20 years of experience in multinational corporate America and over 12 years of experience working for NGOs. He is a mission driven leader, strategist, executive coach, and leading innovative working to build impact driven partnerships..

He holds a BA in Management from Cairo University in Egypt, an MBA from Southwest University in LA, and a Ph.D in Theological studies from Graduate Theological Foundation in IN. Having worked and travel to most of the Mideast countries, he bring with him a wealth of experience and insight.


Mercy Without Limits:


A better world for women and children.


To educate and empower women and children by enabling them to have an effective and positive role in constructing a better society.

Mercy Without Limits strives to meet the needs of neglected and underserved communities so that future generations may have the tools they need to create meaningful change in their own lives. Working with partners around the world, we empower communities to recover, build resiliency, and thrive in the face of unfortunate circumstances.

MWL acknowledges that everyone deserves the necessities of life including: food, clean water, shelter, clothing, health services, and opportunities for sustainable growth.

MWL respects and supports all types of cultures, habits, and individual and community customs.MWL ensures that all stakeholders are involved in assessment, program designing, and implementing by activating all necessary tools to achieve the highest level of accountability.

MWL believes that all human beings have the right to the necessities regardless of their gender, age, religion, or ethnicity.