Establishing Unity Through Community Service
UMF is a team made up of Muslims of every sect and culture working together and Celebrating Diversity in Islam.
UMF Promotes Islamic Awareness, runs a UMF Guides Program for Youth and offers Annual Scholarships for Education.
UMF Serves the Local Needy and provides Muslim Teens Counseling.
UMF is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization and relies on your contributions to really Make a Difference in people lives.
UMF Hungerteam feeds the homeless and hungry monthly at soup kitchens and delivers food to the needy twice a week all year round. UMF volunteers also pick fruits and vegetables at local farms to donate to the needy, collect food, clothes and school supplies to donate to schools and shelters, help out at orphanages and with abused children, run marathons to help those who are sick and needy and much more. To sign up to volunteer or for more information Click Here
UMF has partnered with KidsPeace to launch a Muslim Teen Portal on TeenCentral.Net.
This Muslim Portal is based in UMF's Virtual Mosque on Faith Street and provides anonymous, safe cyberspace, where Muslim Teens can post their concerns and receive guidance from Muslim Youths, trained informally to counsel.
The website is professionally monitored by experts in psychology as well as Muslim administrators.
The UniTea Campaign is a joint effort by the United Muslim Foundation (UMF), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) that brings together Sunni and Shia Muslims of diverse backgrounds committed to promoting intra-faith cooperation, dialogue, community service and community development.