The MSOG values diversity and civic engagement. Representing over 50 cultural groups that have origins in various parts of Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and North America, the MSOG continues to reach out to all members within and beyond our faith community. We have partnered with local churches, synagogues, and temples in refugee sponsorship, children's camps, and educational forums, and also supported local First Nations and LGBTQ communities on social justice matters. We have also visitors to our place of worship through educational exchanges and Doors Open Guelph. As well, we operate Meezan School that balances teaching the Ontario Curriculum with Islamic studies, demonstrating to young people and their parents the importance of inclusion and diversity. It is noteworthy that the Guelph Mercury described the MSOG as a "unifying force" within the City in response to the Society's first "Building Bridges" event held in December 2015 at the Hanlon Convention Centre.