"America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far," at the Children's Museum of Manhattan, is an interactive multimedia experience of a wide range of Muslim and Muslim-American art, architecture, culture, trade, travel, home life, and traditions.
This film tells one of the great, lost stories from history. Set in a past period of East-West conflict, it speaks with urgency to our present.
PBS's "To The Contrary" documentary features "Karamah and Gender Justice in Islam". This episode was aired on April 27, 2015.
Established in 2002, IFYC has worked with students in over 200 college and university campuses on five continents, training thousands in the principles of interfaith leadership. It has also reached millions through the media to further its mission of making interfaith cooperation widespread.
Religions for Peace USA is a collaborative, non-profit organization seeking to foster interfaith understanding.
UPF's mission is "working for peace through media." As an independent, non-profit educational media production organization, it seeks to build a better world by increasing understanding of and dialogue about the world's spiritual and cultural traditions.
WHAT WE SUPPORT
The Foundation provides grants promoting peace and respect for diversity to publicly funded, non-profit 501 (c)(3) organizations based in the US for project support, organizational operating costs and capacity building. The duration of most grants is one year.
All EHF grant giving is managed through an annual, two-stage application process. The first stage includes submission of a short “Letter of Intent” (LOI) by interested grant applicants. After review by the EHF staff and Board, a limited number of applicants will be invited to submit full grant proposals.
The Foundation is currently in a strategic planning phase, and criteria for 2016 grant proposals have not yet been announced.
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Click here for a list of previous EHF grants.
GUIDELINES AND ELIGIBILITY
All applicants seeking grant funding should keep the following guidelines in mind:
Grantees must be publicly funded, non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations registered in the United States.
Funding is limited to activities undertaken primarily in the United States.
Funds are available primarily for project or program support.
The duration of most grants is one year.
First-time applicants are advised to submit proposals seeking support for activities from $5,000 to no more than $30,000.
An organization may submit only one application per EHF grant cycle.