A Note of Thanks from Tasreen Khamisa10 / 26 / 2021
Dear TKF Family, First, I am sending my well wishes to you and your families. I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for your continued support of TKF. Your partnership and investments have allowed us to grow, evolve and strengthen as an organization so we are better equipped to support our schools and communities on their path of recovery and healing.
ONLINE Courses Now Available! Plus: TKF Goes International07 / 19 / 2021
Last month, TKF's Directors trained its first international team of 3 facilitators with United By Love, a nonprofit based in North Macedonia. The facilitators will be incorporating our Level 3 Restorative Workshop curriculum in their summer leadership program, with high school students from North Macedonia, Albania, and Kosovo.
TKF Back-to-School: Live In-Person Services, in SD and Across the Nation06 / 30 / 2021
The Tariq Khamisa Foundation is happy to announce the return of in-person services at schools in San Diego and across the nation!
TKF is currently contracted to bring our Mentoring services to four schools within San Diego County, providing individualized attention and guidance to selected students.
We're EXPANDING! TKF curriculum in Colorado Springs!06 / 16 / 2021
The TKF Training Institute for Peace and Forgiveness recently conducted a training session of our Restorative Curriculum in Colorado Springs. Last month, TKF Executive Director Tasreen Khamisa and Program Director Benita Page traveled to Colorado Springs to train 30 educators and...
TKF Moving Forward for Peace and Equity. Plus: Important Updates04 / 27 / 2021
Jac’Ques Morgan is the TKF Mentor at Johnson Elementary. As students return to school, he supports classroom teachers by helping to ease the transition from online learning to in-person learning. He provides one-on-one mentoring, group activities, classroom support, and leads service projects to create a campus presence centered on school engagement, safety and supporting the needs of students.
TKF In the News: NPR Article and Podcast Featuring Azim and Tony03 / 02 / 2021
'Worth Being Forgiven': A Father And His Son's Killer Bring Past And Present Together
NPR StoryCorps’ Story of the Week: February 26, 2021
In case you missed it, please check out this coverage featuring an article and podcast featuring TKF founder Azim Khamisa, along with Tony Hicks.
ENCLOSED: 2020 Year of Impact. Plus, Information on our 25 Year Celebration02 / 18 / 2021
For 25 years the Tariq Khamisa Foundation has sought to foster a more peaceful world by creating safer schools and communities through educational programs for youth that instill the restorative principles of accountability, compassion, forgiveness and peacemaking.
Executive Director Letter: Standing United in Peace01 / 13 / 2021
Dear TKF Family,
Honestly, I'm having a difficult time trying to find the right words to share my feelings with you regarding the shocking, devastating and horrific events last week at the United States Capitol. I am still angry, shaken and heartbroken. With the pandemic still raging and the continued divide in our country, everything feels so overwhelming right now.