Muslim matchmaking events toronto
Personalized matchmaking for the Muslim community… a better way to find your spouse. If you select the event based service, you will receive an invitation to an exclusive event when we have a selection of compatible candidates in your area. If you selected a one-to-one service, our Matchbox team will go on a search for individually compatible partners and make one-to-one introductions. You submit your profile and complete a phone interview with one of our team specialists. When we have a sufficient number of compatible profiles in your area, we will invite you to an event designed around your interests. All our events are gender balanced, by invite only and have a limited number of attendees You will be given the date and time of the event.
Muslim Matchmaking services for North America & Canada
Muslim events in Toronto, Canada
Think Nikah is pleased to partner with Ummah Events to bring you their next matrimonial event at MuslimFest. This event will allow you to meet many like-minded Muslim Professionals who are looking to get married. We understand the difficulty in meeting single Muslims due to busy work schedules, religious constraints and general lack of opportunities to meet Muslims in appropriate settings.
Apps like Minder the Muslim version of Tinder , and Muzmatch offer sometimes an overwhelming amount of options, and other popular apps like Dil Mil, Bumble and Tinder also have plenty of Muslims in the pool. A personalized North American matchmaking service for Muslims , that interviews every member personally before they join the service. So the matchmaker — a real human being, not a computer or site search criteria — does a lot of the initial work. The service has also advertised themselves to fit the needs of more unique relationships like divorced Muslims or single parents. Saunia Ahmad, a clinical psychologist of Toronto Psychology Clinic, says while there are many types of Muslims out there, all with different needs when it comes to love, the concept of online dating for some may still be considered taboo.