Muhammad’s Daughters Alliance LLC.
تحالف بنات محمد
An Organization That Cares
We are passionate about helping disadvantaged women, children, and disabled citizens so they can unlock their potential and live their best life.
Holy Bible Scripture (from the Injil)
12. "For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. 13. For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
Holy Bible Scripture (from the Torah)
1 Samuel 16:7
"for the Lord see not as man see; for man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart".
Who We Are
Muhammad’s Daughters Alliance (MDA) has been operating in Baltimore, Maryland since November of 2020. MDA is a diverse multi-cultural, Social Services, not-for-profit organization that provides services and programs to underserved women, children, and disabled citizens that reside within group homes, domestic violence & homeless shelters and transitional homes.
"There is only one race, and that is the "Human Race."
“The Holy Quran 28:.77 Do good as Allah has done good to you.”
“O people, your Lord is one and your father Adam is one. There is no favor of an Arab over a foreigner, nor a foreigner over an Arab, and neither white skin over black skin, nor black skin over white skin, except by righteousness. (Sahih Hadith Bukhari & Muslim)
“Oh men! Behold, We have created you all out of a male and a female, and have made you into nations and tribes, so that you might come to know one another. Verily, the noblest of you in the sight of Allah is the one who is most deeply conscious of Him. Behold, Allah is All-Knowing, All-Aware” (The Noble Quran 49:13).
Muhammad’s Daughters Alliance is a diverse, multicultural, Social Services Not for Profit Organization in Baltimore, Maryland that is dedicated to supporting "Women, Children, and disabled citizens within various communities. MDA assist women, children and disabled citizens who are underserved and reside within domestic violence shelters, group homes and transitional homes.
MDA strongly supports and enforces the success and advancement of "Women, children, and disabled citizens.
Muhammad's Daughters Alliance mission is to provide service and programs to disadvantaged women, children, and disabled citizens, as well as promote and support equality, diversity, inclusion, unity, and mutual co-existence among people of various cultures, ethnicities, religions, and communities.
We provide resources such as employment staffing service, modest professional clothing for job interviews, toiletries and feminine hygiene products, groceries, and access to public transportation that are essential to success and financial stability. We also provide Religious Education programs, and Home Economics educational programs that promote self-sufficiency and independence.
About the Founder & Executive Director
Francine Ali Amina Al Azhar, is the Founder and Executive Director of MDA (Muhammad’s Daughters Alliance).
Al-Azhar has always had a passion for promoting interfaith relations, diversity, inclusion, and serving the community by helping people whom are in need that try to help themselves do better, and seeing them succeed in life. Al- Azhar believes in "Interfaith Dialogue" which refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions, faiths, spiritual or humanistic beliefs, at both the individual and institutional levels.
Ms. Al Azhar has also served in the United States Military-Navy Reserve as an E3 BM/SN, and attended DeVry University of Long Beach and Pomona California, and studied computer information systems, business and psychology, advanced composition, professional and business communication, intercultural communication, and mathematics (college algebra & statistics).
Ms. Al Azhar holds an A.R.E. (Associates of Religious Education) Degree from Family Radio School of the Bible in Oakland, California.
Ms. Al Azhar has chosen to give back to her community, and others by providing charitable social service and programs to the underserved. Over many years, Ms. Al Azhar has witnessed bullying, harrassment, and abuse of disabled people and students. She has also witnessed ignorance, distrust, stereotyping, oppression, injustice, discrimination, exploitation and systematic racism against people of various ethnicities, religions, and cultures, etc. She has also acknowledged the needs of women, children and disabled citizens within several communities who are underserved. Ms. Al Azhar was inspired to work independently to help women that need help with professional attire for employment and job interviews, and also providing them with toiletries (hygienic products), and employment. Ms. Al Azhar started out by working independently receiving donated modest clothing and professional career apparel, pajama sets, lingerie, socks, costume jewelry, shoes, clothing for babies and children. Ms. Al Azhar has decided to volunteer her time, talents, and skills to support and enforce the advancement and success of women, children, and disabled citizens of various ethnicities, religions, and cultures by establishing Muhammad's Daughters Alliance, providing a Dawah program to provide free Islamic Education, a Library, and volunteering as a Rehabilitation Counselor to educate new Muslims and non Muslims about the “True Face of Islam”, to confirm the truth that Islam is not a violent religion, and that it is a religion of Peace, Tolerance, Mutual Co-Existence, Nature, Wisdom, and Justice.
To support, empower and enforce the success of "Women, Children, and Disabled Citizens" of various communities by providing them with resources they need to succeed, for growth, access to proper education, employment opportunities, wealth, adequate healthcare, fair access to stable-housing in safe neighborhoods, and to successfully defeat bullying, harrassment, hate crime, and systematic racism by promoting and enforcing unity, diversity & inclusion, interfaith dialogue, tolerance, and mutual co-existence.
Our mission is to support, empower, and enforce the advancement and success of "Women, Children and Disabled Citizens" within various communities. MDA assist women, children and disabled citizens who are underserved and reside within domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, group homes, and transitional homes. We provide modest professional clothing for employed clients, and clients that have job interviews. We also provide emergency groceries, toiletries and feminine hygiene products, bus passes for public transportation, assistance with obtaining Healthcare Coverage, proper education opportunities, employment staffing, and referral service to other resources that are essential to success and financial stability.