History

 

 

 

 

Darul Quba Community Center was established in May 2006 at the right time and the right place were Somali and Oromo youth were at the verge to fill by scores the juvenile justice center prison. Darul Quba’s growths come in reflection of needs by the community residing near by the Cedar-Riverside. For about 2 years, this cultural center was served at the Sherman Association’s building that was chosen due to its accessibility and close proximity to the major urban of Hennepin area. At  2008, the property manager of Sherman Association told us that the building we used our community must be demolished due to parking needs.  Despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles, our actual facility was sought and rented. Darul Quba is a non-profit organization registered in the State of Minnesota with a federal tax I.D. number 27-2462888. Darul Quba principles and thinking really uplifted individuals and families of Somali and Oromo society.


Darul Quba Mission is to serve our community, and for the betterment of our Cedar-Riverside community society.

Goals

  • To strengthen the faith and moral conduct of the Cedar-riverside residents.

  • To help broadly speaking this community in order to produce healthy family that is far from drugs, and crimes


Methodology

  • By conducting lectures and social activities based on our cultural teachings.

  • By offering relevant education classes to youth and  all children in weekends.

  • By emphasizing and celebrating the official events.

  • By distributing charities to needy families.