Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation (TMWF) is pleased to announce the merger acquisition with the social enterprise, Break Bread, Break Borders.

Break Bread, Break Borders (B4) is a catering business with a cause. Since 2017 it has trained refugee and immigrant women from all around the world, using storytelling to share food, culture and get jobs in the food service industry. TMWF, Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation is acquiring the social enterprise making “Food for Good”; the merger occurred on Jan 12th and will provide underserved survivors of Domestic Violence this pro-bono culinary training for food handler’s permit, food manager license, and on the job food service training in commercial kitchens with professional chef consultants as mentors. “We are grateful to generous…

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Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation (TMWF) is pleased to announce the presenting sponsor for the Swing for Hope Golf Tournament

Anblicks is a Cloud Data Analytics Company – Enabling Enterprises with Data-Driven Decision Making. Since 2004, Anblicks has been enabling customers across the globe, with their digital transformation journey. They are headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and employ more than 500 technology professionals, data analysts, and data science experts in the USA, India, and Australia. Anblicks is committed to bringing value to various industries using CloudOps, Data Analytics, and Modern Apps. As October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Executive Director, Mona Kafeel is honored to have the support from Kumar Kanakamedala, Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer to continue to raise awareness…

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Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation receives a grant from Texas Bar Foundation

Plano, TX, May 19, 2022 – The Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation (TMWF) would like to thank the Texas Bar Foundation for the generous grant. By having a staff that is trauma informed and culturally sensitive, it opens up an avenue for an underserved population to receive help with domestic violence issues. The legal department provides immigration support in areas of naturalization, obtaining work permits, and filing self-petitions or U-VISA under the Violence Against Women Act. There is legal staff that specializes in family law for clients’ divorce, child support services, and advocates on behalf of clients for the rightful custody…

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