Khurram Shahzad (Annapolis): The governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan, honored the volunteer services of Pakistani American Nusrat Jamal who developed a mask-making system during the pandemic and distributed hundreds of thousands of N-92 compliance masks for Free.

“We went to churches, mosques, temples, everywhere we could, during the peak of the pandemic, to give people the best quality masks. We built our own mask machine and tried to contribute a little bit of what we could.”, said Nusrat.

“Governor Maryland invited us to Maryland Hall in Annapolis Maryland and appreciated the Silverline health for its work during Covid. We are also helping the Islamic Center of Maryland (ICM) with the operations.  Three weeks ago, we had an event that I dedicated to my wife, Amina Jamal.

Amina Jamal Community Clinic –  It’s meant to give free medical care to anyone (any race or religion). We have several doctors signed up as volunteers.

Currently in the process of purchasing furniture and equipment that’s getting delayed due to supply chain issues.

The Governor’s Service Awards are presented by the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism annually. The 2021 Governor’s Service Awards recognize Marylanders for their significant volunteer contributions to the state and its citizens.