Purpose: To provide an opportunity for our Youth of various ages, depending on the age appropriate supervised activity, to meet other youths from various areas of the DFW Metroplex at the same time providing the opportunities for interaction, service, and entertainment by involving them in not just fun activities, but also meaningful service to the community promoting charity and each person’s responsibility to the community. In addition, we hope to serve as ambassadors of the Muslim community to portray a positive image to the public.
TMWF Youth group was formed in February 2007 to provide youth an avenue to acquire leadership skills while gaining community service hours. TMWF Youth service builds character and enables them to act as ambassadors of Muslims and Islam in mainstream society. Activities are held once or twice a month and are led by the Youth Committee Chair. Since its inception, TMWF youth programs have been very popular and successful.
TMWF has put together a TMWF Youth Council, under the advisory of Farhana Ali, to help lead the youth in various volunteer as well as fun activities. We have three wonderful young ladies (Nada Alasmi, Manal Jaffery, and Sheza Syed) joining us to run the program. We are open to accepting 2-3 additional male or female college-aged youth to join them if anyone is interested.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH
1. If you are seeking a unique and life-changing leadership experience;
2. If you are interested in helping to equip and inspire people to make a positive difference in the community;
3. If you are looking for resources and networking to engage in the community;
Then becoming a member of “YOUTH COUNCIL OF TMWF”
IS right for you!
Keeping in line with its mission to empower families, TMWF would like to establish “TMWF Youth Council” and give opportunities to the young people of Dallas/Fort Worth to lead and make a difference in the community through volunteerism and leadership skills.
For more information and application form click here.
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