At Olive Tree Foundation, there are numerous ways in which you can leave a lasting legacy and contribute to launching and sustaining vital community projects.
The Olive Tree Foundation awards grants to not-for-profit organizations holding charitable registration with Customs and Revenue Canada Agency (or sponsored by an organization with charitable registration). We invite applications from community-based groups working within the fields of social, health and community services; education and library services; policy institutes and think tanks; and arts, culture and heritage. […]
Every year, the Olive Tree Foundation (OTF) provides Scholarship and Bursary Awards to students entering full-time programs of study at a college or university in the upcoming academic year.
New survey reveals the perspectives and experiences of Muslims across Canada
The results show that Muslims as a whole are embracing Canada’s diversity, democracy and freedoms, and feeling more positive about the country than a decade ago. This is despite continuing to experience discrimination due to religion and ethnicity, well above levels experienced by the Canadian population-at-large.
Ustad Al Haj Azeem Khan (Bertie) was an exceptional Qur’anic teacher who touched the lives of many students at the largest mosque in Guyana, the Queenstown Jama Masjid in Georgetown. The late Ustad Azeem Khan worked as an Office Assistant at the Law Offices of Cameron and Shepherd, the oldest law firm in Guyana. Ustad […]
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