BF is delighted to announce that Muslim Girls Fence (MGF), our project with Maslaha, has been nominated for The National Lottery Awards Project of the Year. Voting is now open!
Muslim Girls Fence is a project collaboration between Maslaha and British Fencing which aims to facilitate spaces at a grassroots level for Muslim girls and women to challenge assumptions and narratives relating to their gender, racial, religious and other identities through both physical and creative methods. The project has been nominated for The National Lottery Awards Project of the Year, and voting is now open.
Reha Ullah, MGF Project Manager, said:
“I am ecstatic about being nominated and I feel like a winner already as our hard work and efforts are paying off. Kudos to the entire MGF team and our backbone British Fencing and Maslaha.”
You can cast your vote on social media using #NLAMuslimGirlsFence, or online here. Please remember to tag both Maslaha and Lottery.
The maximum number of times a single person may vote is 4. Once on Twitter, once on Facebook, once on Instagram, and once on the website.
Twitter: @Maslaha Twitter: @LottoGoodCauses
On Twitter, any post containing the hashtag #NLAMuslimGirlsFence will count as a vote. Retweets of a post containing #NLAMuslimGirlsFence will also count as a vote. There is only one vote per Twitter account permitted – either an original tweet or a retweet, not both.
Facebook: @maslahaUK Facebook: @LotteryGoodCauses
On Facebook, you can vote using the hashtag #NLAMuslimGirlsFence to comment on a pinned post on the National Lottery Good Causes Facebook page here. There is only one vote per Facebook account permitted.
Instagram: @maslaha_uk Instagram: @nationallotterygoodcauses
On Instagram, any post or comment containing the hashtag #NLAMuslimGirlsFence and tagging @nationallotterygoodcauses will count as a vote. Supporters can also vote by using only #NLAMuslimGirlsFence to comment on a pinned post on the National Lottery Good Causes Instagram page here. There is only one vote per Instagram account permitted.
In addition to the three social media platforms, you can also vote via the website here.
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