Muslims Without Borders is the first student-based relief agency and aid organization dedicated to helping alleviate suffering throughout the world. Muslims Without Borders was formed at George Mason University after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, founding members were embedded in emergency response teams that delivered aid to unreached parts of Port Au-Prince, just one week after the earthquake struck.
MWB has gone on to launch long-term development projects in Haiti and in countries around the world, and has continued to exemplify a commitment to swift and decisive emergency response in some of the world’s most volatile regions.
The organization also sends American youth abroad to volunteer in an effort to empower students and instill within them the passion to lead and serve.
The Rutgers chapter of MWB will focus on international efforts in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. The organization will also work locally in the New Brunswick and Piscataway area.