For Black History Month, AMCF will be highlighting 9 organizations in the Muslim community uplifting and centering Black thought & leadership. Join Tabari Zahir, Reentry Manager of the Tayba Foundation to hear about the communal obligation to reach and teach incarcerated Muslims about Islam and what they do to help those who are back in society.
For Black History Month, AMCF will be highlighting 9 organizations in the Muslim community uplifting and centering Black thought & leadership. Join Margari Hill, Executive Director and Founder of the Muslim Anti Racism Collaborative to hear what Black History Month means to her, challenges over the last year working through COVID-19, and their plan forward.
Join us to learn about Health Services Advocate, Parweez Mohammad in how he engages the Muslim community on behalf of Bay Area Community Health. BACH received a grant from AMCF for their work on engaging the Muslim Community in the Census.
Dilnaz Waraich, AMCF’s Outstanding Philanthropist recipient in 2020, joins our podcast to share more about her latest project with the Community Collaboration Initiative and A Year of Learning. Tune in to see how you can benefit from the research being done and convening being held on February 18.
Whether you’re in mainstream philanthropy, at a nonprofit, or just a community member, sign up and RSVP for all of their events at https://yearoflearning.uic.edu.
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Join Dr. Athar Haq, Founder & President of A Continuous Charity. He shares the importance of grassroots movements to uplift students and protect them from interest bearing loans.
Greg Abdul Salaam, Trustee and Administrator of Masjid Bilal RVA joined the Muslim Philanthropy podcast to discuss their history and transition from the Nation of Islam and how they’ve continued programs and community driven projects to help their local area.
Today we were live with the MPower Change team behind the scenes while we interviewed Reem Bilbeisi of Averroes High School! Tune in to see how Averroes help balance the academic and religious practice of teenagers in their formative years.
Patti Walsh, Development Director at CAIR Minnesota joins the #MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast to share more on grant writing best practices, relationship building, her background, and CAIR MN & CAIR National.
Ishaq started out managing the youth programs at Islamic Networks Group and now he’s the Bay Area Director. Listen in on hearing what ING has been up to and how they promote tolerance and understanding to fight against bigotry and misinformation.