Our Incubator Program
Our Current Incubator Programs
The Light House Project fiscally sponsors groups or individuals that serve to help achieve the mission of the Light House Project. In this way, the LHP serves to empower Muslim youth to take on projects and programs that they are passionate about. These programs are led by Muslim youth and/or serve Muslim youth. If you are interested in learning more about fiscal sponsorships and incubator programs, visit our FAQ page.
The American Muslim History Projects consists of 4 initiatives related to the topic of American Muslim history: document and collect oral history, conduct classes, artifacts, encourage attendance to historic sites.
Juniors Academy aims to develop and nurture the next generation of young Muslims to be steadfast on Islam, attached to the masjid, and motivated towards Islamic work.
Artist Ummah is a community-driven cultural arts initiative that seeks to address themes that are relevant to the Muslim community and beyond. We offer opportunities to young Muslim creatives by providing accessible spaces to showcase their work and grant educational resources to enhance their practice. Through creative expression, we aim to act as a catalyst to bring about positive social change.
Our aim is to elicit creativity, self-expression, critical thinking, and artistry through our theatre/film courses, and performances.
TCM’s goal is to create a strong mentorship program to tap into the talent of those in their 30’s and 40’s in our community that were raised here, by immigrant parents, and eventually figured it out so that we can help them achieve success faster and be better than us.
The People’s Power Lab is a Triangle, North Carolina-based organization with a mission to build the power of Black, Brown, and Muslim working-class youth & adults through political education, media justice, and joining the progressive movements. To learn more, click here
The Siraj Quran Foundation aims to empower and support young Muslims to pursue excellence through education and Quran memorization. To learn more, click here.
Light Upon Light aims to create a safe, non-judgmental space to address issues unique to minority, immigrant and Muslim youth experiences. We provide a culturally sensitive environment to empower families with skills to navigate social/cultural stressors and prevent depression, anxiety and suicide among Muslim youth. To learn more, click here
Muslim Women For works to educate and empower Black, Brown, immigrant & Muslim North Carolinians with political education resources to stay civically informed and engaged. They are both a political home and wellness hub.
Triangle Muslim Aid (TMA) is a start-up service organization which caters to those in need in the Triangle community. Its mission is to provide service opportunities, governed by Islamic principles of charity and character, to aid those in need in the Triangle community, including the impoverished, homeless, refugees, and disaster victims. To learn more, click here.