What the Muslim Alliance of Indiana Does

At the Muslim Alliance of Indiana, all of the hard work we do helps to create better communities where Muslim Hoosiers can learn to find a voice of their own! We continually strive to develop programming in pursuit of social justice for all Hoosiers. We believe that an engaged and active Muslim community is the key to dispelling fear and misunderstanding about Islam. We seek out interfaith partnerships to strengthen our relationships with other religious communities throughout Indianapolis. We understand that to see our vision turn into reality, we must provide opportunities for leadership among both Muslim women and Muslim youth. We continually work to assure a place for the Muslim voice in public dialogue.

MAI holds social justice, civic engagement and protection as core values. We help with legal services, workshops, and other iniatives.
MAI holds social justice, civic engagement and protection as core values. We help with legal services, workshops, and other iniatives.
MAI holds social justice, civic engagement and protection as core values. We help with legal services, workshops, and other iniatives.Justice Programs
Through the Muslim Mobile Food Pantry, we deliver food to residents who may not otherwise be able to access affordable and nutritious meals.
Through the Muslim Mobile Food Pantry, we deliver food to residents who may not otherwise be able to access affordable and nutritious meals.
Through the Muslim Mobile Food Pantry, we deliver food to residents who may not otherwise be able to access affordable and nutritious meals.Hunger Programs
MAI seeks to cultivate intellectual thought, inspire good work, and serve as a resource for advancement and education.
MAI seeks to cultivate intellectual thought, inspire good work, and serve as a resource for advancement and education.
MAI seeks to cultivate intellectual thought, inspire good work, and serve as a resource for advancement and education.Youth Programs

In the Community

MAI Looks to Strengthen Relationships Amid Announcement of Jerusalem as Israeli Capital

MAI Looks to Strengthen Relationships Amid Announcement of Jerusalem as Israeli Capital

MAI Looks to Strengthen Relationships Amid Announcement of Jerusalem as Israeli Capital

For Love’s Sake: Life as an Ally in the Age of Islamophobia

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For Love’s Sake: Life as an Ally in the Age of Islamophobia

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Join us for dinner, awards ceremony and an engaging evening learning about the life of Muslim allies and what action Muslims can take to...

Muslim Jewish Women’s Alliance

The Muslim-Jewish Women’s Alliance builds relationships between local Jewish and Muslim women based upon mutual trust and respect. The program will consist of a series of eleven 90-minute sessions, the first of which will begin on Thursday, February 9th at 7:00 PM. Sessions will typically be held on the 2nd Thursday of each month, although some sessions may fluctuate based upon the nature of the session and its location.

Muslim Jewish Women’s Alliance

The Muslim-Jewish Women’s Alliance builds relationships between local Jewish and Muslim women based upon mutual trust and respect. The program will consist of a series of eleven 90-minute sessions, the first of which will begin on Thursday, February 9th at 7:00 PM. Sessions will typically be held on the 2nd Thursday of each month, although some sessions may fluctuate based upon the nature of the session and its location.

The Muslim-Jewish Women’s Alliance builds relationships between local Jewish and Muslim women based upon mutual trust and respect. The program will consist of a series of eleven 90-minute sessions, the first of which will begin on Thursday, February 9th at 7:00 PM. Sessions will typically be held on the 2nd Thursday of each month, although some sessions may fluctuate based upon the nature of the session and its location.

Muslim Hoosiers Celebrate Eid-al-Fitr and Independence Day While Saddened by Events Abroad

Indianapolis, IN – Muslim Hoosiers gathered today in mosques and open spaces to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the feast that marks the end of the month of fasting, Ramadan. The Muslim Alliance of Indiana (MAI) wishes all a joyous “Eid Mubarak and a blessed celebration. May God accept all your good deeds, answer your prayers, and may you all be well, all year and every year.”

Muslim Hoosiers Celebrate Eid-al-Fitr and Independence Day While Saddened by Events Abroad

Indianapolis, IN – Muslim Hoosiers gathered today in mosques and open spaces to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the feast that marks the end of the month of fasting, Ramadan. The Muslim Alliance of Indiana (MAI) wishes all a joyous “Eid Mubarak and a blessed celebration. May God accept all your good deeds, answer your prayers, and may you all be well, all year and every year.”

Indianapolis, IN – Muslim Hoosiers gathered today in mosques and open spaces to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the feast that marks the end of the month of fasting, Ramadan. The Muslim Alliance of Indiana (MAI) wishes all a joyous “Eid Mubarak and a blessed celebration. May God accept all your good deeds, answer your prayers, and may you all be well, all year and every year.”