IFAM Family Camp

IFAM Family Camp

This year IFAM’s Family Camp will be  in April 2017.  

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This camp will provide an opportunity for you to learn your Deen and also include recreational activities. The camp will once again, bring together people from different communities and provide a platform for social networking. As a parent, this is a golden opportunity for your children to experience Islamic values and teachings in a beautiful environment. The core values of this camp are caring about others, sacrifice and discipline.

Register for camp here

IFAM would like to invite you and your family to the camp. We are expecting prominent speakers to address the families and your participation with your family is highly appreciated.

Start Date: Friday 21 April 2017 (4:00 pm)

End Date:  Sunday 23 April 2017 (2:00 pm)

Venue:  Cataract Scout Camp NSW

2 Replies to “IFAM Family Camp”

  1. Aslam-0-alikum
    Jazakellah for this opportunity. We enjoyed a lot . All lectures refresh our iman. Alhamdulillah
    Overall, all the programs were great.
    I’d appreciate it if there were more activities and programs in English for girls 13-18 years of age. Food was amazing, thanks .
    However, on the checklist it said to be green and bring your own mugs and plates but you already provided tons of plastic disposal plates and cups that created alot of rubbish , which was contradicting the message you were trying to send about being green not wasteful.

  2. Overall program was good , food was nice. Only few things if possible to consider:
    1- girls age 10-18 were feeling bore as they don’t have much outdoors activities for them. Little kids do have nice activities
    2- we have spoken with some families who were first time in the camp. They were feeling lonely as most of families come in the camp in groups and they might have been allotted residence in the same group so they don’t any problem of loneliness because of their previous affiliation

    If it is possible to try mixing of families from various groups while allotting them accomodation / activities so that they will be able to introduce each other and share Common values and ideas etc. The families who already have their affiliations keep busy in their groups and new families are left alone

    The all programs, lectures, activities and arrangements were very good


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