Mission & Vision

Our Mission

To serve, build capacity, and foster collaboration among and between Mississippi’s nonprofit and philanthropic communities.

Our Vision

The Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy envisions effective and efficient nonprofit and philanthropic organizations throughout the state, working together to improve the lives of the people and communities of Mississippi.

Member Benefits


Upcoming Training & Events



    The Mississippi Volunteer and Nonprofit Hub Network (MS Hub Network) is a partnership between The Alliance and Volunteer Mississippi.  The MS Hub Network is a resource and advocate for volunteerism, capacity building, and training in conjunction with The Alliance.


    The Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy (the Alliance) partners with the Mississippi Campaign for Grade-Level Reading to plan and implement community-based initiatives designed to improve reading skills among the state’s youngest children.


    The Community Foundation Network, an affinity group of The Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy, has worked with key elected officials as they introduced legislation in both the Mississippi House and Senate that would establish tax credits for charitable gifts made by individuals, businesses, and organizations to endowed funds held by community foundations in Mississippi.


Principles & Standards

The Principles and Standards for Nonprofit and Philanthropy Excellence are based on the fundamental values of quality, responsibility and accountability.

The 12 accountability principles distinguish the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors from government and the business sector. The management practices provide specific guidelines for...

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5 days ago
It was Warith Deen Mohammed who reconciled my understanding of Heaven, and a spirituality that would be the force to truly tear down the walls of racism, injustice and inequality. From the Qur'an He said, "There's only one God. And there's only one humanity. No white over black or black over white. The only one that's best among you is the one who is more pious to his Creator.”

Sababu Rashid - Co-founder, International Museum of Muslim Cultures

The International Museum of Muslim Cultures (IMMC) of Jackson, Mississippi, celebrates 20 years of service with a virtual fundraiser and photo documentary series, “IMMC Muslim Photo Stories: Voices of Beloved Community”, produced in partnership with Blue Magnolia Films.

Opened in April 2001, IMMC is the first museum of its kind in the country dedicated to educate the American public about Islamic history and culture and the contributions of diverse Muslims to world civilization. Co-founders, Emad Al-Turk, Karen Al-Turk, Okolo Rashid, Sababu Rashid, and their families, hope the museum will bridge people of all faiths, including Christians, Jewish and Muslim, to serve as a model for peaceful coexistence and Beloved Community.

IMMC is located at 201 E. Pascagoula St., Jackson, MS 39201, where the Timbuktu Exhibit is on display; its satellite site at 101 East Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39201, houses the display of the Covenants Exhibit.

Participate in our virtual fundraiser app.mobilecause.com/e/fmOoGg?vid=fubdu

Learn more about programming, exhibitions and events at our web site: muslimmuseum.org/

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Ever wondered why networking is important, how to find the grants you need or how to write volunteer job descriptions? Find out more this week at The Alliance. https://tinyurl.com/45ec8mj5