Canadian Council of Muslim Women

Site: Waterloo Wellington Chapter

Notices
Public Comments Members of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, Waterloo Wellington Chapter, are volunteering with the Muslim Society of Guelph to assist with Syrian Refugee sponsorship and settlement, facilitating refugees and sponsorship groups. 
 
For more information, visit Refugee Life Line
Contact Information
Alternate Name CCMW Waterloo Wellington Chapter
Office Phone Guelph 519-830-4819 ; Toronto 416-999-6059
E-Mail info@ccmw.com
Website www.ccmw.com
Primary Contact Falahat Sheikh, President; Email: sheikhfalahat@gmail.com
Located In Community Guelph
Mailing Address PO Box 73509 
RPO Wychwood 
Toronto, ON M6C 4A7
Physical Access Partially Accessible - events are wheelchair accessible unless otherwise stated
Description & Services
Description (Agency) Promotes mutual understanding between Canadian Muslim women and women of other faiths and assists Muslim women to participate effectively in Canadian society.
Description (Service) Initiatives and activities include: 
* conferences and workshops  
* conducting studies / publishing information  
* collaboration with all levels of government and other Muslim organizations  
* work with local communities through chapters
Hours Hours not specified * periodic national board meetings and conferences
Areas Served Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
 
for membership
Application Call for information * to contact other local chapters of Canadian Council of Muslim Women, e-mail info@ccmw.com
Languages English ; French ; written materials in multiple languages
Fees Membership
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1982; Waterloo Wellington Chapter established in 2008
Funding Federal ; Donations
Print Material Newletters, pamphlets, and e-mail lists. 
“Violence Against Women: Health and Justice for Canadian Muslim Women” written by Pamela Cross (JD/LLB)
Subjects
Service Categories Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Muslim Community ~ Women ; Ethnocultural Advocacy Groups ~ Muslim Community ~ Women