There is a Great Hasanat (good deeds) For
Doing Good to Others

Whether it is eid gift wrapping, or help feed the needy, a Muslim is always ready to serve.

Volunteers Make Each Day Brighter

Clean and Recycle

SRVIC is a major sponsor of the 680 Highway cleanup

Voluntary Support

Volunteer to help feed the needy and other community services

Helping Others

Volunteer for center community events

One Community

Muslims are part of the community, all are one unit helping each other out

Together we protect the earth

Muslims are noble, have a character that does not stoop to simple attitudes and insignificant interests. They know that jealousy gossiping, sarcasm, caprice, hypocrisy and similar attitudes do not please Allah and that they are humiliating attitudes giving harm to one’s personality and distancing her from nobility. Therefore, they never take on such behaviors. They engage in fruitful activities that are good for their hereafter and benefit this world.

3 Steps SRVIC does to help the Youth

01. Create a healthy environment

SRVIC ensures we have the proper environment that is attractive to our youth

02. Enhance Character

SRVIC educational, community and other programs are designed to enhance our youth character

03. Create positive agents

The youth attained positive character is encouraged via programs to  help the society at large

Member Activity

Spiritual counseling can help people cope with a wide range of disorders and challenges, such as: anxiety, low self-esteem and more.

Bradley Oddo
Micah Oddo
Mina Oddo

Activity Gallery

Volunteering is a great way to improve faith, build character and get new friends

Join our volunteering programs

Eco Service

Shaykh Hassan has  obtained certifications in Servant Leadership.

Tutoring Services

Help tutor other youth

Center events

Register for center events help

Get in touch

Opening our facility to the Indonesian community enabling them to collect funds to help the victims of earthquakes in Indonesia.

2232 Camino Ramon
San Ramon,CA 94583

(925) 380-6432

youth@SRVIC.org