Help us identify and nominate deserving leaders who promote inclusion and collaboration in their communities. Express your gratitude to a leader by taking a few minutes to submit a nomination for one of these awards. Please cite PCDN as the source of the posting in your nomination.
Please click on each of the awards above for more information and to submit your nomination(s) today! The deadline for nominations is 11:59pm EST (DC Time) on Monday, April 30, 2018.
In today’s climate, prominent figures in politics, media, and other influential platforms have increasingly found ways to incite fear, hate, and division. Meanwhile, we know that there are countless individuals working hard to inspire just the opposite – fostering inclusion, understanding, and collaboration in communities. We see leaders all over the country empowering others and building bridges with people of other faiths and origins in order to better serve and support our communities. Now more than ever, the stories and insights of inclusive community leaders need to be heard, and their achievements in advancing social justice should be celebrated. At the El-Hibri Foundation, we work to amplify and support the voices, vision, and efforts of outstanding community builders who promote inclusion in all forms, foster collaboration across difference, and demonstrate leadership by building the capacity of others to make positive social change.
The El-Hibri Foundation is proud to offer three annual Peace Awards to dedicated and deserving community leaders in the following categories:
Each year, we seek nominations for community leaders who promote inclusion and collaboration across difference in their communities. Award winners are recognized at an annual ceremony in the fall in Washington, DC. Click here for up to date information about the Peace Awards.
and Scholarships for Advancing Inclusion
Each year, the El-Hibri Foundation offers three $5,000 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students significantly focused on advancing American Muslim inclusion. We believe that by supporting emerging leaders engaged in this work, we work toward fostering peace, understanding, and collaboration in communities across America.