Digital Iftars is a Canadian project that creates space for Muslims to share experiences online of their second COVID Ramadan in order to create a sense of intimate community. We accomplish this by helping Muslims host and attend their own virtual iftars in small groups, and by running a #DigitalIftar social media campaign that features the routines and rituals of Canadian Muslims during iftar time. 

This project is run by a joint collaboration between SFU Centre for Comparative Muslim Studies (CCMS) and The Tessellate Institute (TTI), and is possible due to a small grant from the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative