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At MCN we are dedicated to using civic education and leadership development to shape the public narrative about what it means to be Muslim in America.


MY NYC Program is an after-school program for Muslim and non-Muslim youth. The year-long program teaches students about leadership, organizing, and helps them identify a community problem to solve, helping them build critical leadership skills and connect with the community, educators, parents, and public officials.


MCN informs and educates the Muslim community on their civic duties as citizens and residents of this country – as well as connecting them to resources and tools that will help make their voices heard in society.


MCN Serves is a community service program that leverages the good will of Muslim community members looking to give back to the community. We do this through our monthly Soup Kitchen, feeding the homeless, Bellevue NICU Luncheons. providing support to parents in need, and yearly Toy Drives and Pack-a-Thons that delivers food and toys to the needy.

Upcoming Events

Bridge Program Workshop #4

What: The Bridge Mentorship program runs on the first Saturday of every month. Every session includes a guest speaker, a workshop and lunch. The bridge program is an opportunity for Muslim youth to network and develop professional skills. This week’s topic will be personal identity. 
 Date: December 7, 2019
Contact: Shiraz Bheda at shiraz.bheda@mcnny.org

MCN Serves: Bellevue NICU Luncheon

What: Once a month MCN hosts a luncheon at Bellevue’s NICU. It is MCN’s mission to shape the narrative by showcasing Islam’s emphasis on kindness, generosity and charity through MCN serves initiatives.  Donate to support our work!
 Date: December 13, 2019 
Contact: Sweta Verma at Sweta@mcnny.org

MY NYC Field Trip

What: As part of the Leadership Development and Civic Engagement curriculum, MY NYC students will be viewing the “Immigrant City” exhibit at the New York Historical Society. The exhibit details immigration from 1609 through the 20th century and explores how newcomers helped create the city we know today.  
 Date: December 14, 2019
Contact: Rana Aboomar at Rana@mcnny.org

MCN Serves: Monthly Soup Kitchen

What: Hosted at the Holy Trinity Church on the Upper East Side, MCN volunteers come together on Saturday afternoons to serve the hungry of NYC. Our collaboration with the Church feeds approximately 100 guests a hot fresh meal. This program is run by our dedicated volunteers. Sign up to volunteer herehttps://tapit.us/yVsvV
 Date: December 28, 2019 
Contact: Sweta Verma at Sweta@mcnny.org

latest news


At the @NYGovCuomo census conference, and there’s halal food! Thank you for counting us #Census2020 #muslimscount https://t.co/W0bAheNXKm MCNNY photo

At the @NYGovCuomo Census conference and there’s Halal food! Thank you for including us! #Census2020 #muslimscount

The @POTUS openly puts Muslim lives in danger by promoting such hate and bigotry against Muslims. Whether it is expanding the Muslim travel ban, or by portraying his political rivals as Muslims. #StopHate

We stand for no hate in our city. Thanks to all the community members coming out last night to greet our Jewish neighbors with love during their Shabbat night. @CAIRNewYork @Ayisha_Irfan @kashmirimama @TurningPointNY @ICNYU https://t.co/IPfXMwsiRX MCNNY photo

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