The relationships you can create while volunteering are endless. You connect to others through volunteering, and if you do it regularly, you can maintain those valuable social networks into the future.
Volunteering for non-profit organizations can teach you a lot about yourself. It can also help you acquire new skills and improve existing ones.
You make connections with the people you are helping, and you cultivate friendships with other volunteers.
Getting involved within your community allows you to see the impact and change with your own eyes.
June 4, 2020
June 4, 2020 As the Deputy Director and co-founder of the Muslim American Leadership Alliance, and as a Black man living in the United States, I want to express solidarity, on behalf of myself and MALA, with communities of color during this dark and painful time. I would like to first extend my thoughts and […]READ MORE
May 11, 2020
In a brief and illuminating essay, Ahmed Flex Omar, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of MALA, describes his reaction to the recent killing of Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed black man who was pursued and killed by two white men while jogging in a Georgia neighborhood. The essay, titled “The Lynching of Ahmaud Arbery,” explores the […]READ MORE
March 30, 2020
MARCH 30, 2020 As the spread of the COVID-19 virus intensifies in the U.S., MALA is working around the clock with our partners and community members to provide resources to those who are most vulnerable. Today, MALA’s Executive Director, Zainab Khan joined legendary fashion designer Naeem Khan and Kalid Loul, Global Geeks founder […]READ MORE
February 26, 2020
NEW YORK–On March 19th, MALA will host an expert panel in parallel with the 64th U.N. Commission on the Status of Women focusing on achieving gender equality through digital media. The panel will be sponsored by Fin-tech giant Envestnet|Yodlee, and will feature panelists from Yodlee, Facebook, and the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan. […]READ MORE
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