AMCF Annual Symposium
Strategic Muslim Philanthropy: When Donors & Nonprofits Click
Saturday November 14, 2020
11 AM – 2 PM PDT

Learn about American Muslim Community Foundation’s work & help kick off AMCF’s year-end fundraising campaign in style!

AMCF is excited to have two panel discussions in addition to Hasan’s segment:

Nonprofits Creating a Better Tomorrow
with Margari Hill (MuslimARC) & Oussama Mezoui (Penny Appeal USA), moderated by Justin Mashouf (The Honest Struggle)

The Role of Zakat & Sadaqa in Social Justice (sponsored by Bayan Graduate Islamic School)
with Ieasha Prime (Barakah, Inc.) & Mohammed Kaiseruddin (Zakat Chicago), moderated by Sayyeda Jafri (Hub Foundation)

Event hosted by Preacher Moss, entertainment by Yasmin Elhady & Omar Offendum. You’ll also be able to browse through our virtual booths to learn more about our sponsors. The event will be hosted on vFAIRS, an engaging virtual platform.


AMCF understands that many families are affected by COVID-19 and other reasons for financial hardship. As this is a fundraising event, AMCF would like to offer a sliding scale for tickets and trust that you’ll choose the plan that fits your needs. Please note no one will be turned away due to a lack of finances. Should you still not be able to afford the registration, feel free to reach out to us (email and we’ll make sure you can attend.

$25 (discounted for students or those facing financial hardships)
$50 (individuals)
$150 (families)

Join our Host Committee! Review our presentation with award categories and sponsorship details.


Sponsorship CategoryAmount60s  video30s videoLogo in award videoCampus BannerAuditorium BannerVirtual BoothWebsite RecognitionSocial Media RecognitionTickets
Main Event $15,000.00x xxxxxx25
Lifetime Achievement Award$10,000.00  xxxxxxx20
*Nonprofit Ecosystem Panel
*Donor Ecosystem Panel
$5,000.00 x xxxxx15
*Remaining Awards$2,500.00  x xxxx10
Social Impact$2,000.00   xxxxx5
Community $1,500.00   xx x5
General$1,000.00     x x2
Virtual Booth$500.00x2


Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy (Individual or Group)

This award recognizes service by an individual or group ages 5–12 and 13-21 who demonstrates outstanding commitment to the community through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering and leadership in philanthropy. Nominees will be judged based on work done while they were 5–21 years old.

Award for Outstanding Young Professional

The Award for Outstanding Young Professional recognizes fundraisers 30 years old or younger who display excellence in raising funds, inspiring donors, managing campaigns and dedication to the charitable sector.

Award for Outstanding Corporation or Nonprofit

The Award for Outstanding Corporation or Nonprofit honors a corporation or nonprofit that demonstrates outstanding commitment through financial support and through encouragement and motivation of others to take leadership roles toward philanthropy and community involvement.

Award for Outstanding Fundraising Professional

The Award for Outstanding Fundraising Professional honors an outstanding individual fundraising professional who works for a nonprofit, charitable organization. Nominees must have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a professional fundraiser. 

Award for Outstanding Foundation or Grantmaker

The Award for Outstanding Foundation or Grantmaker honors a foundation which demonstrates outstanding commitment through financial support, encouragement and motivation of nonprofit staff to take leadership roles in issues involving philanthropy on the regional, national, and international level. 

Award for Outstanding Philanthropist

The Award for Outstanding Philanthropist honors an individual or family with a proven record of exceptional generosity who, through direct financial support, demonstrates outstanding civic and charitable responsibility and whose generosity encourages others to take philanthropic leadership roles on a community, national and/or international level.

Award for Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser

The Award for Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser honors an individual or family that demonstrates outstanding skills in coordinating and motivating groups of donors and volunteers for fundraising projects for the benefit of charitable institutions. The recipient must have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in coordinating groups of donors and volunteers for major fundraising projects for more than one nonprofit organization.

Award for Lifetime Achievement

The Award for Lifetime Achievement recognizes an outstanding individual with great respect and admiration for their extraordinary contributions, influential work and ongoing engagement in philanthropy for over 20 years. Letters of support are required for this special nomination.

An Award & Sponsorship Packet will be made available shortly. For questions feel free to email or for more information.