Announcing El-Hibri Foundation's 2020-2021 Grantee Partners

December 18, 2020

We are pleased to announce our new cohort of grantee partners for the 2020-2021 grants cycle. In response to the immense challenges presented by the events of 2020, EHF has invested nearly $1 Million in our grantee partners to aid them in achieving their missions – with much of this funding in the form of general operating and staffing support. 

These organizations represent a diverse cross section of nonprofits who demonstrate the best of faith-inspired action for the common good; organizations enabling us to heal divisions, increase local-national connectivity, mend our social fabric, and build resilience and leadership capacity, often with the most marginalized and underserved. We congratulate them on their selection as our cohort of 2020-2021 grantee partners. 

Advancing Inclusion – National nonprofits implementing initiatives and programs to advance inclusion of American Muslim communities and to promote inclusive societal norms:

  • The Aspen Institute – Inclusive America Project
  • Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) 
  • Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC)
  • Unity Productions Foundation (UPF)  
  • CelebrateMercy
  • Muslim Public Affairs Council Foundation (MPACF)
  • Multi-Faith Neighbors Network, housed at GlocalNet
  • Muslims in America, at the Filmmakers Collaborative
  • Smartypants Pictures, at the Filmmakers Collaborative
  • Halal Metropolis
  • America’s Islamic Heritage Museum 

Building Capacity – National nonprofits focused on training high-performing current and future leaders with the skills and approaches needed to maximize their development and leadership:

  • American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute (AMCLI)
  • American Learning Institute for Muslims (ALIM)
  • KARAMAH: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights
  • Muslim Public Service Network (MPSN) 

Organizing Communities – National nonprofits catalyzing collaboration and collective action and building coalitions and inclusive partnerships that strengthen civil society:

  • Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) 
  • Emgage USA
  • Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom (SOSS)

Humanitarian & Food Insecurity Relief

  • Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)
  • Al Maa’uun Minneapolis
  • Dar al-Aytam 
  • All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) 
  • Islamic Relief USA 
  • Masjid Muhammad