Al Nadwa Institute  www.alnadwa.ca

Al-Huda Institute www.alhudainstitute.ca

Brampton Islamic Centre www.bsia.ca

Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre  www.daraltawheed.ca/

DawaNet www.dawanet.ca

Federation of Muslim Women www.fmw.org

ICNA Sisters Canada  www.icnasisters.ca

Islamic Propogation Centre/Jame Masjid Mississauga www.jamemasjid.org

Iqra Islamic School  www.iqraislamicschool.com

Lote Tree Foundation www.lotetree.ca

Masjid Farooq www.masjidfarooq.com

Islamic Community Centre of Ontario www.icco.ca

Muslim Neighbour Nexus www.mnnexus.ca

National Zakat Foundation  www.nzf.ca

SeekersHub http://seekershub.org/toronto/

Sayeda Khadija Centre www.skcentre.com

West-End Islamic Centre www.weic.ca

Who can become a member

  • Membership in MCP is limited to not for profit organizations or registered charities who believe in the Quran as the word of God and the finality of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
  • These organizations are mosques, schools and other not for profit/charitable corporations whose mandate is clearly to serve Muslims.
  • Member organizations operate in Peel Region and have an office in Mississauga, Brampton or Caledon.

How can an organization become a member?

  • An organization must complete and sign a membership application
  • Appropriate payment arrangements with MCP have to be made.

What are the fees?

  • Membership fees are due each calendar year in order to keep memberships active.
  • The following can assist an organization in determining what fee it should pay given its financial position and status in the community.
  • Large organizations and large Islamic centres/mosques are required to pay $5,000.00 per year.
  • Other mosques and musallas who hold Friday prayers and collect funds are required to pay $2,500.00 per year.
  • Islamic Schools and other not for profit organizations are required to pay $1,000.00 per year

What are the funds use for?

  • Membership fees determine the operating budget for MCP.
  • Funds are primarily used for staff salaries, administration and marketing/communications.

What are the benefits of membership?

  • A Member organization’s programs and services will be profiled on the MCP website.
  • Organizations will have access to a members only area on the website.
  • Members will be a part of initiatives to help better serve the community.
  • Members will have opportunities to network and collaborate to gain value for money.
  • Members will have access to training, information and resources
  • Members will be represented in the community at various councils, committees and meetings.
  • Members will have a stronger voice when political leaders, policy makers and media want to hear from the Muslim community in Peel.
  • Two representatives per member organization will be consulted on a regular basis on matters impacting the community in Peel.
  • As an active member organization, each organization will have one vote at the AGM and at any other members meeting where decisions are made through a vote.

Will membership impact an organization’s autonomy?

  • Membership in MCP will not regulate any organization’s operations, practices or beliefs.