"And We have made the night and the day two signs, then We have made the sign of the night to pass away and we have made the sign of the day to manifest, so that you may seek grace from your Lord " Holy Quran 17:12

​A group of volunteers from the Pittsburgh Muslim community are working to establish a social center for our Muslim aging population. Their work started a few months ago. All meetings are open to the public and all are welcome.

Please fill out our assessment survey (and distribute it among your friends and family). The purpose of the survey is to assess the extent of the need for such facilities and collect individual preferences on types of needed services and location

This is very important for early planning purposes.

Click here for the Muslim Senior Care Facility Survey!


Volunteers put on new porch in back of the guest house! Please pray for Allah's blessings for them and their families for their act of kindness !

 Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh is a local vocal advocate for those that are in need.


Check out Few of a Kind Store's new website! www.fewofakindstore.com

FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @fewofakindgifts

Being in need isn't seasonal, which is why our organization provides help where it is needed the most.

MWAP has a retail store supporting our shelter. Click here for more information on how you can further support our mission.

Our Mission

Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status etc, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to the selection of volunteers or members and provision of services. 

Congrats to the winner of our essay contest!! The young writer was tasked with highlighting the
historical contributions that African American women have made to American society.

Read the winning essay here

FEW OF A KIND STORE 

4741 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

​412-315-7092

Just this past September 2017, MWAP had opened up its' own retail store in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh. This store carry all kinds of goods that are unique. You are invited to come  visit and shop with us. The proceeds from your purchases go to the upkeep of the Guest House (i.e. Shelter).

Volunteer

Work with members in your community and make a difference

We are open and practicing social distancing/wearing face masks. The store is disinfected, cleaned, and ready for your shopping pleasure!

Urgent Projects

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Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh (MWAP) is a 501 © (3), non-profit, faith-based organization which was founded in early 1900's. MWA is committed to be of service to 
the Pittsburgh Community in regards to temporary shelter, food and resource referrals. We cannot be successful in this endeavor without your support!. We are thankful to all of those who have already donated  and continue to donate their  time and finances! We are still in need of your support, let's not stop the momentum. READ MORE

Best Islamic bookstore in the city! You can order in-store or online!

UPCOMING EVENTS


See how you can assist the Guest House here

Past Events:

MUSLIM SENIOR CARE FACILITY:

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creating a self-sustaining business model

The only  Muslim women-owned, maintained, and operated nonprofit store in Pittsburgh!!!


ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Please keep Muslim Women's Assoc. Of Pittsburgh in your duahs. We are eligible for zakat and donations.

The Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh joins in acknowledging and celebrating Muslim achievements. In addition to his many accomplishments, Ali Abdullah and his brother Mubarak Abdullah established the first Islamic scholarship awarded in Pittsburgh. The "Hameeda Abdullah " scholarship (named for his mother)  has helped many young Muslim scholars to further their education and continues to be awarded each year. Additional application information for the scholarship can be found on our MWAP website(under the Muslim Youth tab). We pray for God's blessings for all past, present, and future generations who strive to serve humanity through good work.

​​Empowering Muslim Women through Charitable Works

Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh



Our shelter services the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas on a first come first serve basis to needy women with/without children. There is never a time the Guest house is empty because of the high demand. We are happy to serve in that capacity.

We regret to inform our community of the passing of Dr. Karen Vazquez. Please make dua for her and her family, Insha Allah.

Empowering our Muslim women through education opportunities!