What is an IRC Club?

An IRC club is a post-secondary institution chapter of Islamic Relief Canada that executes events and campaigns to promote the work of Islamic Relief to the student community. IRC clubs help raise awareness and fundraise by using social platforms and organizing events within their student population for the different projects supported by Islamic Relief.

IRC clubs aim to share resources that will inform students of current social issues such as deprivation and inequality to increase awareness about these topics.

Additionally, IRC Clubs support Islamic Relief Canada in the delivery of domestic campaigns within their region when additional support is required.


Which campuses have an IRC Club?

1. Dalhousie University
2. McMaster University
3. Ontario Tech University
4. Ryerson University
5. Trent University
6. University of Calgary
7. University of Alberta
8. University of Saskatchewan
9. University of Toronto – Scarborough Campus
10. York University


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