Muslim Women for All Women

Family Violence Hotline: 972.880.4192
Office: 469.467.6241

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Our Mission

Founded and run by Muslim women, Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation empowers, promotes and supports all women and their families—a mission that ultimately creates stronger communities. Since 2005, Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation has been an ambassador of the peaceful, caring Muslim community. Our core program areas are:

News & Updates

News & Updates

  • Eid-ul-Adha Mubarak!

    We would like to wish our dear supporters and friends an Eid-Ul-Adha Mubarak (Blessed Eid)! May your day be filled with Happiness and Joy!

  • Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation featured on KERA’s All Things Considered

    Dallas Police Have Improved Domestic Violence Unit, Victims And Advocates Say. In the last two years, several domestic violence cases in North Texas have made national headlines. In one, a Dallas woman was strangled while seeking help from a 911 operator. In another, a woman was killed by her estranged… Read More

  • Listen in to our weekly radio show on Radio Azad

    Join in the discussions on our weekly radio show on Radio Azad every Wednesday between 11am-12pm.   Studio phone: 972-501-9390 August August 27 – Women  in Islam with Dina Malki. Click here to listen. August 20 – Volunteerism. Click here to listen. August 13 – Peace in the Home with Froswa Booker-Drew. Click… Read More

  • Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation Among Huffington Post’s 100 Faith Groups Doing Good

    Religion has made its way into many global conflicts, and there is no doubt that religion can be divisive and cause harm. That said, countless religious groups, congregations and individuals around the world offer daily demonstrations that faith can offer deep spiritual wisdom, be a major vehicle for service to… Read More

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