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Volunteers will be helping to sort food as we start the holiday giving season.

Disruption is a buzzword in business vernacular. It characterizes an industry’s battle against new waves of technology that displace incumbents or creates a new market where none existed before.

Ismaili fans fill the stands to cheer on athletes at the Los Angeles Special Olympics. Ismaili Council for the USA

When the Ismaili Muslim community in the United States was invited to assist with the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, the Jamat embraced the opportunity. Volunteers took on numerous roles, including hosting the delegation of athletes and coaches from Bangladesh.

Asad participating in an individual skills event at the State Special Olympics.

When the Ismaili Muslim community was invited to assist with the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, volunteers took on numerous roles, including hosting the delegation of athletes and coaches from Bangladesh.

Karim Moledina (centre) enjoys a picnic with the Rovers of Darkhana Scout Group. In 2011, Moledina marked 50 years with the Scouts movement.

Karim Moledina has been a Scout for 50 years. In that time he has worked his way up through the organisation, steadily widening his scope of impact from his local roots in Mumbai to the national stage in India, and, more recently, beyond national borders to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tajikistan. Through the Scouting movement, he is enabling young people to put their values into action.

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