+ What are my parking options at the event?
Parking information will be emailed before the event. Please make sure to include your email and your guests' emails when you register.
+ What is the dress code?
Business-casual to formal attire, please.
+ Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. It will expedite your check-in.
+ Will there be childcare?
Yes. Childcare will be $30 each child and will be provided for children 10 years and under. You can purchase it ahead of time or pay with credit card on the day of the event.
+ Is there assigned seating?
Yes. For accommodation of any seating or special requests, please email email@example.com or call 323-258-6722 before November 1.
+ Can I buy a ticket at the door?
No, tickets will not be sold at the door. If you are planning on attending, purchase your tickets as soon as possible. We have very limited capacity this year.
+ Can I reserve a ticket or a table and pay later or pay the day of the event?
No seats can be reserved at all. If you are putting together a table, one attendee should purchase the table on behalf of all guests and list each guest & their email where indicated. We cannot guarantee a seat to anyone unless payment has been made online or over the phone.
+ Can I send a check for my ticket?
No. We will not accept any checks through the mail or at the door for any tickets. We have now moved over to only online ticketing for all events. We can, however, take credit card payments over the phone for anyone. Please call Raahima Shoaib at 323-258-6722.
+ Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. Please email the name of the new ticket-holder to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-258-6722.
+ Can I get a refund on my ticket?
Yes. You can request a refund until November 1. You will be charged processing fees.
+ How can I contact MPAC if I have any questions?
You may email email@example.com or call our office at 323-258-6722.
+ Do you offer student discounts?
Yes. Student discounts are available with a school email. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get access.
ABOUT THE MUSLIM PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL (MPAC)
Founded in 1988, MPAC is a national public affairs nonprofit organization working to promote and strengthen American pluralism by increasing understanding and improving policies that impact American Muslims. Over the past 30 years, MPAC has built a reputation of being a dynamic and trusted American Muslim voice for policymakers, opinion shapers, and community organizers across the country.
Our staff, based in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, are experts in designing and executing innovative and effective legislative, strategic messaging and issue advocacy campaigns. We leverage our relationships with legislators, government agencies, executive departments, and thought leaders to improve policies on national security, civil liberties, immigration, public safety, and religious freedom for all Americans. We also provide media analysis and messaging strategies to reporters and media professionals to inform public opinion and advise the entertainment industry on creating more humanizing and nuanced portrayals of Muslims and Islam. Equally important, we build alliances and coalitions with diverse communities to encourage active citizenship.
We thrive in the rapidly changing world of high-stakes policy and high-profile advocacy where strategic planning is critical, speed and messaging are essential, and thorough analysis is imperative. We do all these things to enrich American society and to exemplify the core American and Islamic values of mercy, justice, peace, human dignity, freedom, and equality for all.