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Eid Aldha 2013

All of us at AMANA would like to express our sincere thanks for your support

Best wishes for success and happiness in these 10 most honorable days in Allah's sight. May peace and blessing fill your homes for many years to come.

Eid Mubarak


AMANA is Happy to announce to the community that we will be celebrating

The Sixteenth annual Eid Ul-Adha In Shaa Allah on Tuesday October 15th, 2013 / the 10 day of Dhul Hijja 1434

The Farm   36343 Stony Point Rd Purcellville, VA 20132

Eid Prayer will be at the farm

First Prayer at 8:00 am,

Second Prayer at 9:30 am

The number of sheep is limited, so reserve and pay for your lamb early.

Please bring your zabiha tools (knives, plastic bags and bucket)

For reservation please call: Brahim At 240 423 9634 or Imad at 571 277 9670


From Arlington Virginia:

Take I-66 W

Take exit 67 toward Dulles Airport/I-495 N/Baltimore     

0.2 mi

 Merge onto VA-267 W

Partial toll road

28.0 mi

Take exit 1A on the left to merge onto US-15 S/VA-7 W/Harry Byrd Hwy/Leesburg Bypass toward Leesburg/Warrenton

Continue to follow VA-7 W/Harry Byrd Hwy

4.9 mi

Take the VA-9 exit toward Hillsboro/Charles Town W VA              

0.2 mi

Turn right onto VA-9 W/Charles Town Pike         

8.0 mi

Turn left onto Stoney Point Rd  

187 ft

Continue onto State Route 719/Stony Point Rd

Destination will be on the left

0.9 mi            

36343 Stony Point Rd

Purcellville, VA 20132




The AMANA Youth Empowerment Series (A-YES) is a powerful learning adventure for aspiring future leaders interested in civic engagement and community stewardship. The core of A-YES lies in preserving the national identity of old and new generations, in its religious, cultural, linguistic, as well as engaging community youth to become activists that foster positive social change. 

A-YES will provide high quality experiential leadership education to transform and develop the next generation of leaders. This intensive 1-2 year training program will provide our youth with the critical training and tools to take civic action and engage directly with the community and greater society.



Living the 7 Habits
Saturday, June 1st 2013
10:00am - 4:00pm
Woodrow Wilson Library
6101 Knollwood Drive
Falls Church, VA 22041-1798 


Influencing Others by Designing and Living Your Personal Mission
Saturday, June 29th 2013
10:00am - 4:00pm
Woodrow Wilson Library
6101 Knollwood Drive
Falls Church, VA 22041-1798 


Managing Events
Saturday, August 17th 2013
10:00am - 4:00pm
Burke Centre Library
5935 Freds Oak Road
Burke, VA 22015
For Registration Please 
Call: 240 423 9634 or
Email: info
Fee: $50.00 Seminar  

A-YES is a powerful leadership development program that gives our youth the building blocks to recognize the traits and styles of leaders sharpen existing skills, and master new strengths. This seminar offers the practical tools and techniques to become effective leaders. 

Cookout 2013

 The Fourteenth Annual AMANA Community Cookout is another opportunity to gather the community for a day full of activities that benefit all members of the family. It is also an opportunity to award community volunteer work and celebrate the talents and achievement of community members.Don't miss out on all of the fun and exciting things to do in the Fourteenth Annual Amana Community cookout this June 30, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM!


 Join us for Fun, Food and friendship

There's something to do for everyone in the family.

    • Take a Tourboat rides.
    • Enjoy hiking, biking.
    • Play basketball or volleyball.
    • Enjoy Lucky Duck Miniature Golf Course.
    • Go Canoeing, pedal boating and fishing.Spend a quality time with family and friends at the Fourteenth Annual Amana Community cookout this June 30, 2013 from 11:00 AM till 7:00 PM! 


 Join Us For The Fourteenth Annual Amana Community Cookout!
Sunday June 30, 2013
From 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
At Lake Accotink Park

Front entrance 7500 Accotink Park Rd
Back entrance 5660 Heming Avenue
Springfield VA 22150
Park Tel: 703-569-5200

Please donate generously to help offset expenses for the cook-out, and other AMANA events. AMANA relies on its volunteers from the community to work for the community. Be part of the effort.

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Brief History


Founded in 1998 by a group of Moroccan American volunteers, AMANA is a community based non-profit organization serving the greater Washington DC metro area.
AMANA was created in the spirit of helping the growing American Moroccan community in the United States face the challenges of adapting to a new culture, succeeding in their educational goals, advancing in their professional lives, and raising a family in an Islamic environment.

AMANA relies solely on the expertise, time and donation of volunteers to fulfil its mission. Donations, financial support and partnership with corporate benefactors are at the hart of our success and continuity.


 AMANA seeks to advance the lives of all people and communities it serves through programs that enhance social, educational, cultural, recreational, and spiritual experiences based on the highest human values.