Contact Us

If you would like to contact a CAIR chapter, click here to find your local chapter. 

CAIR’s headquarters:

453 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20003 
Phone: (202) 488-8787 
Fax: (202) 488-0833


If you are seeking legal help or wish to file a complaint about a civil rights matter, please use our online complaint form.  You can also email the Civil Rights Department at, call us at 202-742-6420 or fax us at 202-379-3317.


If you are a media professional, you can contact our media department by email or by calling 202-488-8787 x1.

If you are a media professional on deadline, you can also contact media staff at:

CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper at 202-744-7726 or 


We offer a variety of workshops, seminars, and trainings on Islam and civil rights.  If you would like to schedule a speaker fill out the form here. For more information on our events, please email or call 202-488-8787 x 4.


The Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia can be reached here or by calling 202-742-6413.


To contact government relations department, please email or call 202-488-8787 x 6.


To make a donation online, click here.  You can contact the donation department by email or by calling 202-488-8787 x 3.


For information on starting a CAIR Chapter in your city, please contact or call 202-488-8787 x 7

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