Apply for Muslim Leaders Development Fund 2018!


Deadline: 4 November 2018

National Zakat Foundation (NZF) and the Aziz Foundation are seeking applications for its Muslim Leaders Development Fund 2018 to support emerging leaders who can demonstrate a high level of commitment to community service as well as the aspirations to lead and inspire in their respective field.

Searching for Project Ideas?
Join Premium and View Hundreds of Sample Proposals from Successful NGOs around the world. Learn more.
 

They recognise the instrumental role leaders play in their respective communities and the importance of enhancing leadership skills to support individual and collective commitment to God. This is for the benefit of the Muslim community and wider society.

Applications can be made for the funding of courses that are both academic and vocational in nature, including short courses. Examples of types of training that will be supported include writing and project management courses, as well as media training.

Search Grants Easily
Premium Members can search for grants and donors. We have a filtered search feature to identify exact opportunities you need. Learn more.
 

Funding Information

The maximum grant limit is £10,000 and funding is for up to one academic year.

Receive Funding Alerts by Country or Your Areas of Work
As a Premium Member, you can select to receive the right funding alerts according to your country or areas of work. Join Premium
 

Eligibility Criteria

  • The MLDF is open to emerging leaders who can demonstrate a high level of commitment to community service and the aspiration to lead and inspire in their field. Emerging leaders must have identified education or training that will increase their effectiveness in one of the following three community development areas:
    • Better Public Perception – Change perceptions towards Islam and Muslims in the UK positively and significantly by promoting understanding and engagement.
    • Religious Scholarship and Literacy – Inspire Muslims towards a deeper commitment to God, by developing robust intellectual religious leadership and initiatives that can provide guidance.
    • Effective Representation – Facilitate better faith-based representation and contribution of the Muslim community in the public sphere.
  • Applicants must demonstrate that they are unable to afford the costs of the proposed education or training.
  • Funding is for up to one academic year.
  • The MLDF is open to UK residents only.

As with any investment, NZF and Aziz Foundation will undertake an assessment of applications in various areas including academic performance, work experience, Islamic learning (formal and informal), references and community service.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online via given website.

Eligible Country: United Kingdom

For more information, please visit Muslim Leaders Development Fund.

Jetstar’s Flying Start Program’s Grant #22 for Australian Not-for-Profit Community Groups and Organisations

African Fact-checking Awards 2019 Honoring Journalism by Africa-Based Media

Weeden Foundation Grants Program to Protect Biodiversity

The Chrysalis Trust Grants Program is now open for Applications

Building Resilient Economies Programme in the UK

Iberdrola launches 2020 Social Program to support Vulnerable Groups in Spain

U.S. Embassy South Africa seeking Applications for 2019-20 Travel Logistics Support

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of OES announces “International Shared Waters Cooperation” Program

European Data Incubator Open Call 2 for Startups

Call for Strengthening Investigative Journalism in the Sahel

Grant Program on Food and Nutrition Security in Bangladesh

WFP Innovation Accelerator Programme for High-potential Solutions to Hunger Worldwide

Wehubit launches Call for Proposals on eHealth

British Council announces HELINKS Travel Grant Program for UK and Argentina

U.S. Embassy in Denmark inviting Partnership for Change Grant Program

Fourth Edition of the Italian Innovation Day is now open for Applications

A Chance for Global Young Leaders to Receive up to USD $5,000 for advancing SDGs

British Council’s Grant Scheme for Capacity Building on Social Enterprise in Higher Educational Institutions- Ethiopia

Youth Service America (YSA) inviting Applications for 2019-2020 Lead Agency Grants Program in United States

2019 Human Rights Defenders of the Year Award for Kenya

Sport Access Foundation Grants for Children and Young People with a Disability

U.S. Embassy in Uruguay announces Cultural and Educational Grants Program

Cultural Export Fund (CEF) Travel Grants Program in Malta

Rising Tide Foundation (RTF) launches Empowering for Freedom

>