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 supporters who have a tremendous impact on helping us move our mission forward to stop domestic violence, everyone deserves the right to live in a violence free world.”
– Mona Kafeel, CEO

TMWF continues to ensure the well-being of everyone in our community through:

• 24-Hour Hotline
• Two Emergency Shelters
• 27+ Transitional and HUD Rapid Re-Housing
• 17 Languages spoken across Culturally Diverse Staff

About TMWF (Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation)
Founded by Muslim women in 2005, the mission of Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation, Inc., TMWF is to empower, promote and support all women, and their families through anti-dv education, interfaith outreach, philanthropy and social service. TMWF provides culturally sensitive, trauma-informed and evidence-based anti-domestic violence programming and relief services targeting survivors of women and children from family violence. TMWF supports all women who are victims of domestic violence by strengthening the individual, her family and the community, without discrimination.


jinya@tmwf.org (or 469-467-6241 ext.123)