ING Impact

Executive Summary of 2016-2018 Impact Report

As ING celebrates its 25th anniversary, our work has become more relevant and crucial than ever, more needed even than during the Gulf War in 1992-1994 and in the aftermath of 9/11/2001.

Since the beginning of the 2016 election cycle, our country has suffered increasing polarization along racial, religious, cultural, and political lines, creating a climate in which hate crimes and other manifestations of bigotry have soared. Americans of all backgrounds and political views now see promoting civil conversation and peace in our increasingly diverse nation as an urgent priority.

ING, founded by Muslim Americans in 1993 to address Islamophobia, has evolved into a peacemaking organization that works through education and interfaith and intercultural engagement to promote mutual understanding and respect among Americans of all religious, racial, and cultural backgrounds. It is clear that ING’s mission of building Interreligious and intercultural understanding is more crucial than ever before, not only for Muslims but for all Americans.

Download a copy of the Executive Summary of the 2016-2018 report here. Full report due in January 2019.
Download a full copy of the 2014-2016 report here.
Download a full copy of the 2012-2014 report here.
Download a full copy of the 2009-2012 report here.

ING Accomplishments, 1993-Present

ING is now celebrating its 25th year of providing educational programs in diverse venues both locally and nationally. To learn more about ING’s accomplishments, we invite you to view a list of ING presentations, panels, and other events over the past 25 years in diverse venues, primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, but also nationally, both through live presentations and via webinar. We includes statistics on our classroom presentations in schools, colleges, and universities, as well as a listing of panels and presentations for community and faith based organizations, and cultural diversity seminars for law enforcement agencies, corporations, health care facilities, faith-based organizations, and other community groups.

ING Presentations and Panels, 1993-Present

Middle and High Schools

Colleges and Universities

K-12 School Districts Administrators and Staff

Faith Based Organizations

Community Organizations

Healthcare Facilities


Law Enforcement Agencies

Media Agencies