No. We have funded projects and people from over 40 countries, and will consider applications from around the world so long as these are relevant to our aims.
No. While we support the academic study of the art, culture, architecture and heritage of the Islamic world, we are equally committed to supporting projects in the field and have a long history of supporting building and object conservation projects, training of conservators, exhibitions, archaeological digs, and other sorts of [...]
Many examples of projects we have funded can be found here. However we are open to new ideas and are happy to consider new and innovative approaches so long as they fit within our scope and meet our strategic aims.
No. We make grants to a wide range of recipients and institutions. However, some of our donations are Zakat (alms traditionally given to support Muslim communities) while others are general charitable donations whose uses are unrestricted. The restrictions outlined in some of the grant categories relate to the nature of the charitable [...]
From 2019 due to strict financial regulations, awards will no longer be paid directly to individuals and must instead be paid to either to the institution to which an applicant belongs, or to the institution at which an applicant is applying to conduct research or to study. The application form and procedure [...]