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On this page you will find a range of information and resources designed to support your charity through the Covid19 pandemic.  This content is updated regularly in line with new information. Please check the dates written on all resources prior to use. The COVID-19 crisis situation changes rapidly and regularly and those who access the content are encouraged to bear this in mind and take the changing events, policies and so on into consideration.

 

Stronger together? Charity partnership working as a way forward.

As we move into a post-Covid world, safeguarding small charities and grassroots organisations is essential. Throughout the pandemic, these organisations have served as a lifeline to many vulnerable communities affected by Covid19. In reflection for Small Charity Week 2021, MCF’s CEO, Fadi Itani, discusses partnership working as a possible option to help small charities become…

MCF x LCF Strategic Partnership – report and recommendations

In August 2020, MCF partnered with The London Community Foundation (LCF) in a two-way learning project to encourage more Muslim-led charities to apply for grant funding. The London Community Response Fund (LCRF) by London Funders, a collaboration of over 60 funders in response to the needs emerging from the Covid19 pandemic, opened Waves 4 and 5 of…

Ethical Considerations for Muslim Charities

The holy month of Ramadan is the most blessed month in our religion. It is a time of reflection and contemplation, where we work to reconnect with our faith, and improve ourselves and the world we live in.  In this blessed month of reflection, we look not only to how we can improve ourselves on…

Give Smart and Give Safe.

Download our guide now. The holy month of Ramadan is the most blessed month in our religion. It is a time of reflection and contemplation, where we work to reconnect with our faith, and improve ourselves and the world we live in.  As Muslims, we know the importance that giving to charity holds in our…

MCF statement on UK Aid Cuts

Global Britain must protect the UK Aid Budget to show its leadership role and to help deliver the Sustainable Development Goals 06 April 2021 Muslim Charities Forum (MCF) and Muslim community and charity leaders recognise the long-standing positive impact that the UK Government has in supporting communities in need around the world.  The Covid-19 pandemic…

The third issue of MCF’s Journal, The Forum, is now available!

Our third edition of ‘The Forum’ takes an overview of the Muslim charity sectors response to the pandemic. We acknowledge the support from Muslim communities during the national lockdown and invoke in challenging discussions of how the pandemic heightened inequalities across the UK. We also look at educational development for Rohingya children, the impact of…

COVID-19: Grant funding support.

We recognise the need, now more than ever, for charities to be able to access grant funding successfully in order to support core costs and vital project work.

COVID-19: Preparing for a Local Lockdown

Across western Europe and the US, lockdowns in smaller regions have been enforced in response to local COVID-19 outbreaks. Unfortunately, the locations of these local flare-ups share characteristics that are prevalent amongst BAME communities in the UK. Overcrowded housing, poor living conditions, poor working environments and low socio-economic levels all point towards an increased risk…

COVID-19: The Neighbours Next Door Report

The Story of Muslim Organisations Responding to COVID-19 COVID-19 has created a multi-layered crisis in societies across the world. It has been having devastating effects on those infected and their loved ones, their social life, psychological wellbeing and education, as well as having a wider effect on the health care systems, and economies globally. The…

COVID-19: Preparing For The New Normal

With the coronavirus curve beginning to flatten in the UK, the government has begun to slowly relax restrictions. Those who work in jobs that cannot be done from the home were asked, on the 11th May, to return to work by the government. It is likely that in the coming weeks more and more workplaces…