Muslim Women for All Women

Family Violence Hotline: 972.880.4192
Office: 469.467.6241

Youth Leadership Development

Youth are the key to a promising future – both for the Muslim community and for society at large. Our Youth Program is designed to begin instilling a spirit of leadership among Muslim youth, starting as young as age seven. Led by a council of youth leaders with advisors from our board of directors, youth volunteers donate more than 800 hours of community service annually.

Through fun and educational community service, children and teens serve and act as ambassadors to Muslim and mainstream communities. Participating in meaningful and impactful projects such as feeding the homeless, Humanitarian Day and our annual holiday toy drive help pave the way for our youth to grow into upstanding leaders for society.

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Youth Group

Are you ready to have a life-changing experience while making a difference in your community? Become a Youth Group volunteer with Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation. Here is a sampling of activities that this group for middle and high school students participates in throughout the year.

  • National Day of Service on MLK Day (January)
  • Humanitarian Day (May)
  • Day of Dignity (October)
  • Toy Drive (Before Eid-Al-Adha)

Junior Youth Group

Elementary school children are invited to begin learning the basics of volunteerism. Children participate in meaningful, values-based activities that make learning fun and teach the importance of giving back to the community.

Our Beneficiaries

In addition to supporting Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation, youth activities benefit a broad array of organizations and causes across North Texas, including:

  • The Buckner Foundation
  • Christian Community Action Food Pantry (Lewisville)
  • Masjid Al-Islam service projects
  • North Dallas Shared Ministries
  • North Texas Food Bank
  • Ronald McDonald House Dallas
  • The Salvation Army (DFW Metroplex Command)

Get Involved

To learn more, contact: youth@tmwf.org
(214) 264-4620

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