Dar Al-Hijrah (DAH) Social Services is entirely dedicated to creating a positive and profound difference in our community. Our goal is to support our community members on their journey toward self-resiliency and self-sufficiency. After taking note of our community’s needs, we have developed programs that provide the services that address our community members’ needs. We strive to establish this goal by providing services to include financial assistance, medical assistance, hunger relief and many more.

Our ambition at Dar Al-Hijrah is to create and solidify a diverse, purposeful, and welcoming society. In addition to providing Islamic services through our Masjid, DAH supports hundreds of individuals and has partnered with numerous non-profit organizations in order to support us in our mission, and we would like to especially thank Islamic Relief USA for providing us with consistent support on some of our most key projects.

The Social Services Office welcomes your walk-in visits and your appointments during the following times: Monday through Thursday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Food Bank


DAH Social Services runs one of the most well known weekly Food Bank in Northern Virginia. We are always sure to provide fresh, high-quality produce, halalchicken, various types of pita bread, and other non-perishables to our clients, thereby supplying them with the nourishment necessary to create wholesome meals for their families throughout the week.

The Food Bank’s priority is maintaining a healthy and well-fed community, specifically reaching out to families in need. This program welcomes individuals of all ethnicities and faiths and is open to all those who deem themselves in need of it. The food bank organizes the distribution of the aforementioned foods in pre-packaged quantities every Thursday morning to a multitude of needy community members. We are able to efficiently distribute the collected and donatedfood within a three-hour period. Due to the close proximity of a local homeless shelter to DAH, this program is especially popular and consistently busy.

Equally important is our duty, as experienced and responsible adults, to teach our children the importance of awareness and to encourage and motivate them to become involved as active and supportive members of the community. As a result, we have established a system with several local schools that allows students, with parental consent, to take their school bus directly to our premises in order to aid the organization and packing of food from 3:00-5:00 PM on Wednesdays. Through this project, dozens of our youth have been given the opportunity to volunteer. This opportunity affords them the gratification from knowing they are helping those in need, helps them see first-hand how prevalent poverty remains in our community and allows them to meet their educational community service hours required by many schools. Such volunteering opportunities foster greater understanding, patients and help motivate and encourage future volunteering efforts.

Funeral Homes

Al-Firdaus Muslim Funeral Home
202-805-5325 or 703-967-6311
(fax) 571-327-8173
7903 Hill Park Ct. Lorton, VA 22079

Aden Muslim Funeral Services
(703) 490-1212
1242 Easy Street, Woodbridge, VA 22191

Janazah Services
703-263-1683 or Miriam Abdrahman (571) 490-2249
14640 Flint Lee Rd, Chantilly, VA 20151


All-Muslim Cemetery
(703) 717-1851
1112 Brooke Road, Rt 608, Stafford County, VA.

George Washington Cemetery Co
(301) 434-4640
9500 Riggs Road ,Adelphi, MD 20783
Purchase plot through Dar Al-Hijrah Operation Manager 703-531-2904

National Memorial Park
(703) 573-8800. (Muslim Section)
7400 Lee Hwy , Falls Church, VA