About Us
About Us
Our Partners

Building Partnerships

Our partnerships and collaborations have the freedom and flexibility needed to create truly innovative programs and bring about real action and social change.

Intersections abides by the United Nations Principles of Partnership. The organizations participating in this Platform agree to base their partnership on the following principles: Equality, Transparency, Result-oriented approach, Responsibility, and Complementarity.

If you would like to talk to us about becoming one of our partners, please fill out the contact us form by clicking here.

Currently, Intersections is working with the following partners:

American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA) Arcus Foundation

Auburn Seminary

E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation Citi Private Bank Convergence
The Cordoba Initiative DeBartolo Emblem Health
Faith House Faith in Public Life George Mason University School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Global Tolerance Grant Thornton H. van Amerigan Foundation
Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund Hartford Seminary Helpern Architects
Interfaith Center of NY Interfaith Youth Core International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Iraqi Student Project Just Vision Doug Katsaros, The Music of Your Dreams
Lahore University of Management Science, Pakistan
The Embassy of Kazakhstan Lahore University of Management Science, Pakistan LinkTV
The List Project Middle Project Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University
Muslim Consultative Network New York Theological Seminary Nitchen Children's Museum of Native America
Odyssey Networks One Nation Open Society Foundations
Paul Winter Rockefeller Brothers Fund Sargent Shriver Peace Institute
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding TD Bank TD Charitable Foundation
United Church of Christ United Nations Alliance of Civilizations World Forum of Spiritual Culture, Kazakhstan



There are many spaces of enlightenment and beauty on this world. One of those spaces is the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman. After seven years of construction, the 416,000 square meter site was completed in May of 2001. Hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world visit the mosque yearly to see its Indian sandstone structures, golden wall inscriptions, and lush gardens. The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is a space for worship, reflection and peace that is open to all.