Tickets are now on sale for the Muslim Charities Forum's Humanitarian Awards 2017, taking place at Church House Westminster on 22 February.
The event aims to celebrate and recognise the remarkable achievements of the British Muslim charity sector over the past 30 years, bringing together leaders from Muslim-led charities with other faith and non-faith based organisations for a night of celebration and reflection.
Held at the prestigious Church House in Westminster, the ceremony will feature a number of awards categories, including Charity of the Year and Most Impactful International Programme and will be judged by our patrons Andrew Mitchell MP, Sir Stephen Bubb and Clare Short, former Secretary of State for International Development.
We will also be joined by high-profile guest speakers, including Baroness Sayeeda Warsi and Members of Parliament from across the House as well as ambassadors and dignitaries representing countries from across the globe. Attendees will also be treated to a luxurious meal, cooked by Finalist of the South Asian Chef Competition, Ranjit Salian.
If you would like to purchase a ticket to join us for our evening of celebration, please click here.
MCF would like to extend a special thank you to our sponsors for this event, including:
Bates Wells Braithwaite
Simons Muirhead & Burton
Global Human Development Foundation
Islamic Relief UK
For more information on the awards, please contact Tahmid.Dewan@muslimcharitiesforum.org.uk