Make a difference and leave a legacy today!

COVID-19 Emergency Response: Mobilizing community, sharing resources, providing food boxes and support to afflicted families who lost their jobs in the service sector

Positively integrating youth and families through our accredited full-time K-12 School

Oregon's Muslim Youth: Empowering youth through extracurricular, academic, and leadership/mentorship programs

Civic Engagement: Citizenship Workshops and Census Center

Bridge-Building Dialogue: Monthly Forum, Silk Road Cultural Diplomacy Series, Building Bridges Summit Community Conversation with Law Enforcement

Serving our Neighbors: Annual Neighbor Appreciation Barbecue and Open House, Serving dinner monthly at the Good Neighbor Center

Combating Islamophobia: through city-wide presentations and personal connectivity with neighborhood schools, interfaith partners, city government, and people of good will

Since its founding back in 1993, MET has diligently served our Portland Muslim and non-Muslim communities through education, networking, establishing positive intra- and inter-faith relations community wide, acting as a liaison between the Muslim community and city government, and designing unique programming that intentionally targets the seeking of common ground towards bringing healing and unity to our public square. Examples of such programming include the monthly community forum on the second Saturday of each month, Philanthropy in the Public Square lecture series, Silk Road Cultural Diplomacy panel series, our Annual International Muslim Cultural Festival, our annual Open House and Neighbor Appreciation Barbecue, We Choose Love in the face of Islamophobia commemoration of Portland's heroes and the victims of the Trimet MAX attack, our annual Building Bridges Summit in a unique exchange between community members and law enforcement officials, and year-round cultural competency training workshops about Islam and Muslims for public servants, teachers, and students state-wide. Other efforts of MET over the years include the co-founding the Beloved Community forum, the Interfaith Council of Greater Portland, the Institute for Christian-Muslim Understanding, the Arab-Jewish-Muslim Dialogue, the Islamic Social Services of Oregon State, the Common Table, and the Shura (Mutual Consultation) Council of Oregon and SW Washington. 

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Make a difference and leave a legacy today!

COVID-19 Emergency Response: Mobilizing community, sharing resources, providing food boxes and support to afflicted families who lost their jobs in the service sector

Positively integrating youth and families through our accredited full-time K-12 School

Oregon's Muslim Youth: Empowering youth through extracurricular, academic, and leadership/mentorship programs

Civic Engagement: Citizenship Workshops and Census Center

Bridge-Building Dialogue: Monthly Forum, Silk Road Cultural Diplomacy Series, Building Bridges Summit Community Conversation with Law Enforcement

Serving our Neighbors: Annual Neighbor Appreciation Barbecue and Open House, Serving dinner monthly at the Good Neighbor Center

Combating Islamophobia: through city-wide presentations and personal connectivity with neighborhood schools, interfaith partners, city government, and people of good will

Since its founding back in 1993, MET has diligently served our Portland Muslim and non-Muslim communities through education, networking, establishing positive intra- and inter-faith relations community wide, acting as a liaison between the Muslim community and city government, and designing unique programming that intentionally targets the seeking of common ground towards bringing healing and unity to our public square. Examples of such programming include the monthly community forum on the second Saturday of each month, Philanthropy in the Public Square lecture series, Silk Road Cultural Diplomacy panel series, our Annual International Muslim Cultural Festival, our annual Open House and Neighbor Appreciation Barbecue, We Choose Love in the face of Islamophobia commemoration of Portland's heroes and the victims of the Trimet MAX attack, our annual Building Bridges Summit in a unique exchange between community members and law enforcement officials, and year-round cultural competency training workshops about Islam and Muslims for public servants, teachers, and students state-wide. Other efforts of MET over the years include the co-founding the Beloved Community forum, the Interfaith Council of Greater Portland, the Institute for Christian-Muslim Understanding, the Arab-Jewish-Muslim Dialogue, the Islamic Social Services of Oregon State, the Common Table, and the Shura (Mutual Consultation) Council of Oregon and SW Washington.