At Dar El-Quran we aim to reach every member of our community and make them feel included in our activities and events regardless of age. That is why we have many different programs such as Weekend School (ages 4-18), Saturday Night Talk (7-12), Friday Night Talk (18+), and so much more.Click here to learn more
Established in 2006, the Muslim American Society (MAS) of Dallas Fort Worth chapter is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of the Muslim community with an emphasis on children, youth and family programs promoting active community involvement. We are a chapter of the larger national organization Muslim American Society (MAS) - https://muslimamericansociety.org .Click here to learn more
Learn more about the Semitic language of Arabic, including where it is spoken and the history of the language.Click here to learn more
Al Ansar Society is a Community Outreach Center for the Muslims in the DFW/Dallas area to help new Muslim(s) revert here in Richardson, TX.Click here to learn more
Being a primarily convert/revert led organization, we understand first-hand the challenges that come with embracing a new way of life. For some of us, we may have lost everything we held dear: friends, family, and even community. Therefore, as a diverse team of converts to Islam with different experiences and backgrounds, Embrace prioritizes upholding our brotherly/sisterly ties by respecting our differences and appreciating our similarities.
We are well aware of the unique strengths every convert brings to our community. Thus, we strive to provide an environment for Muslim converts to develop a sense of belonging and help them grow into leaders and active members of society.Click here to learn more
Muhammad’s Daughters Alliance is a Muslim Social Services Not for Profit Organization in Baltimore, Maryland that is dedicated to supporting "Women and Children within various communities. MDA assist women and children who are underserved and reside within domestic violence shelters, group homes and transitional homes.
MDA strongly supports and enforces the success and advancement of "Women, children, and other underserved individuals.
Islamic Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as well as a comminity that promotes and empowers Leaders for the deaf through leadership, education advocacy, determination, excellence and servitude.
ISDHH was established in 2015 as a Non-Profit organization to advocate and empower the Muslim deaf community, and facilitate their understanding of Islam and their integration within the Muslim community. Due to lack of understanding of the needs of the deaf both intellectually and spiritually, they are always excluded from the learning process including Jummah Khutbah and religious education by Muslim scholars, or even a Du’a in Ramadan which made deaf muslims feel disenfranchised and not cared for by their brothers and sisters in faith. Due to lack of resources, deaf Muslims have minimal to no knowledge of what the Holy Qur'an contains or what the different narrations of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) teach us. They are very eager to learn Islam and they need and want to feel inclusive in our hearing Muslim community.Click here to learn more