Following on from our current September 2018 issue on Muslim philanthropy, Alliance magazine’s upcoming Breakfast Club will be on Muslim philanthropy at the crossroads.
Despite Muslims comprising 23 per cent of the world’s population and donating an estimated $1 trillion each year, surprisingly little is known about Muslim philanthropy. This Breakfast Club will bring together members of the Muslim community and philanthropy practitioners to explore: what can be done to increase the impact and accountability of Muslim giving?
Wednesday 24 October 2018 (8.30am – 11.00am)
Paul Hamlyn Foundation, London – directions here.
Shenaz Bunglawala – Assistant Director, Aziz Foundation
Fozia Irfan – Chief Executive Officer, Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation
Huda Jawad – Clore Social Leadership Fellow 2017, SAFE Communities Coordinator and Trustee of The End Violence Against Women Coalition
Charles Keidan (Chair)
What will I get out of it?
You will hear from leading Muslim philanthropy practitioners and be briefed on the latest developments and trends in Muslim giving. You will also be able to network over refreshments with peers and receive a free copy of Alliance magazine! All attendees are eligible for a 20% discount to subscribe
The Breakfast Club is completely free to attend.
How do I register my place?
Simply email Amy McGoldrick here. Please note that space at this event is extremely limited, so only 1 representative from any organisation may attend.
I’m going to miss it! What do I do?
Don’t panic! A recording of the panel and Q&A will be available on our website on Tuesday 30 October. Make sure you’re subscribed to our newsletter to be sent an update!