If enough people become “Shareholders,” CAIR-WA’s projects and goals will have steady funding. This gives the grassroots community ownership of its organization, and gives CAIR-WA the financial stability it needs and deserves. Many students are Shareholders at the $20 per month level while many professionals become Shareholders at the $200 per month level.


  • Defend hundreds of local Muslims’ civil rights every year
  • Train hundreds of media speakers to change millions of heart and mind
  • Train hundreds of Muslims in political engagement so that lawmakers represent our interests
  • Help hundreds of local Muslim youth enter careers in media and politics where they shape public opinion and laws

All funds donated are fully tax deductible (Federal tax ID #68-0547353) and eligible for employer matching. All funds are used to support our local work. Our expenses during 2015 were $213,473 and we need to raise $375,000 in 2016 to scale our work to meet the needs of our communities.


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CAIR-WA Victories

Public school employee allowed time for Hajj

In a swift and victorious case, an employee of a public school district in Washington State was allowed to take three weeks off for Hajj, after CAIR-WA intervened. The employee contacted CAIR-WA after verbally discussing vacation... continue reading

$15k awarded to discrimination victim

After years of ongoing harassment and discrimination in a local school district, a Muslim man found relief from years of suffering, after he finally saw his complaints fully addressed with the assistance of CAIR-WA and an attorney in CAIR-WA's pro bono network... continue reading

IT exec contacted by FBI, assisted by CAIR-WA attorney

A local Muslim IT executive called CAIR-WA to report that an FBI agent visited his home, spoke with his wife, gave her a business card and asked her to have her husband call when he returns. She and her husband called CAIR-WA knowing the importance of having an attorney present... continue reading