fbpx Skip to main content
All Posts By

Jone Saukitoga

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Sarah Alfaham of AMCF

By Uncategorized No Comments

Join Co-Founder Muhi Khwaja as he interviews American Muslim Community Foundation’s new Executive Director, Sarah Alfaham! Learn more about Sarah at https://amuslimcf.org/team.

You can find out more about the podcast at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

Be sure to attend/watch the Annual Symposium & Muslim Philanthropy Awards at https://amuslimcf.vfairs.com.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Nora Phillips of Al Otro Lado

By Uncategorized No Comments

The ever so talented and brilliant Nora Phillips, Co-Founder and Legal Director of Al Otro Lado (https://alotrolado.org) talks with Muhi Khwaja about a variety of things that encompass her life and professional journey. Learn how a small nonprofit with a budget of $18,500 went to a budget of $4,000,000 and how that infrastructural change allowed Al Otro Lado to scale. Be prepared to laugh.

Listen to more episodes of #MuslimPhilanthropy at https://amuslimcf.org.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Najah Abdul-Qawiyy of Muslim Sisters of Staten Island

By Uncategorized No Comments

Najah Abdul-Qawiyy, Art & Culture Director at Muslim Sisters of Staten Island (https://MuslimSistersofSI.com) joins the #MuslimPhilanthropy podcast to talk about nerd culture, being a Muslim in NY, and the work of MSSI.

For more episodes, tune into https://amuslimcf.org/pod

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Abbas Rattani of Mipsterz

By Uncategorized No Comments

Abbas Rattani, Founder of Mipsterz (https://mipsterz.com) joins the #MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast to share more about the background behind how it all started. Hear his insights of Muslim futurism and what exactly that means.

You can find more episodes at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Sara Lomelin of Philanthropy Together

By Uncategorized No Comments

AMCF is thrilled to be part of Philanthropy Together’s (https://philanthropytogether.org) BrainTrust. Philanthropy Together is a network to support giving circles around the world. They provide resources and cohort training on best practices to host and participate in community centric giving. Join Sara Lomelin, their Executive Director as she shares her career journey and insights.

Listen to more episodes of #MuslimPhilanthropy at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Karen Hernandez of Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley

By Uncategorized No Comments

Karen speaks about her interfaith expertise, journey to earning a PhD and leading interfaith partnerships at Habitat for Humanity in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at https://habitatebsv.org.

Listen to more episodes of #MuslimPhilanthropy at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Steve Sosebee of The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund

By Uncategorized No Comments

Steve Sosebee, the President and Founder of The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (https://pcrf.net) joined us to share his journey of starting PCRF and advice for those in the nonprofit/international development space.

Find more episodes of the #MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Hasan AlKurdi of Syrian Forum USA

By Uncategorized No Comments

Join Hasan AlKurdi, Executive Director of the Syrian Forum USA (https://syrianforumusa.org) as he shares more about his personal story as a refugee and journey to leading humanitarian work to help Syrian refugees.

You can find more episodes of #MuslimPhilanthropy at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Phil Buchanan of The Center for Effective Philanthropy

By Uncategorized No Comments

Phil Buchanan is the President of The Center for Effective Philanthropy. He shares more on his inspiration for writing Giving Done Right and how donors can make sure their giving is most effective. Learn more about CEP at https://cep.org.

The #MuslimPhilanthropy podcast can be found at https://amuslimcf.org/pod

#MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Scott Rasmussen of Hands of Peace

By Uncategorized No Comments

Scott Rasmussen from Hands of Peace (https://handsofpeace.org) shares with the #MuslimPhilanthropy podcast the various work of what it takes to be an Executive Director and how they’re helping build formative relationships between Palestinians and Israeli’s through leadership development programs and cross cultural experiences.

Listen to more episodes at https://amuslimcf.org/pod.