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MOSQUE BUILDING FUND
Donate and give sadaqah to the Mosque Building Fund. This fund is used to construct the house of Allah in rural communities across Africa and Asia. Build a mosque in this world and build your palace in Jannah.
MOSQUE LIBRARY: £25
Donate towards the mosque libraries. Help us purchase educational books and Quran copies for the students who will be learning. You donation will fund the learning materials for one child. Gain Sadaqah Jaariya reward.
DONATE A BRICK: £50
Build the house of Allah & gain immense reward. Donate a brick in your name or a loved one today for £50. Your donation will help build the Mosque Foundations & Walls, giving you perpetual Sadaqah reward.
PRAYER SPACE: £100
Donate a prayer space (masala) in your name or a loved one. The Sadaqah reward will keep reaching you long after you have gone each time someone prays on this space - the perfect investment for the hereafter.
Build A Small Mosque (100 People)
Donate and give Sadaqah by constructing a mosque in your name or a loved ones today. We will construct the house of Allah in rural communities across Africa and Asia. Your Mosque will accommodate 100 worshippers at any one time.
Build A Medium Mosque (200 People)
Donate and give Sadaqah by constructing a mosque in your name or a loved ones today. We will construct the house of Allah in rural communities across Africa and Asia. Your Mosque will accommodate 200 worshippers at any one time.
Build A Large Mosque (400 People)
Donate and give Sadaqah by constructing a mosque in your name or a loved ones today. We will construct the house of Allah in rural communities across Africa and Asia. Your Mosque will accommodate 400 worshippers at any one time.
Why Should I Donate?
“Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.” [Bukhari]
The Importance Of Mosques
At Muslim Global Relief, we know that without personal and spiritual development, there can be no social development. In most of the villages we work, mosques are the places where personal and spiritual development happens. Mosques also double as community centres and places of learning. It’s where people are united in worship, where men and women come to for solace and support, and where children learn to read. Mosques are the centre of any community where people can congregate for their five daily prayers and Friday congregation sermons. A mosque serves as a place where Muslims can come together not only for prayers, but for information, education and meetings.
Faith is vital to shaping the attitudes, beliefs and practices that lay the foundation for everyday life. Faith unites people as a community, gives them strength, breeds hope, and inspires social justice as well as the perseverance to improve themselves and their lives. Within the Islamic context where the concept of Zakat obligates the fair distribution of wealth, faith is integral to development. At MGR we build community mosques in remote villages to aid development. Mosques are where people gather to worship. It’s where children learn religious manners and to read the Holy Qur’an. In mosques villagers are united as a community to practice and better understand their faith, which is vital to development.
What We're Doing
Since 2000 Muslim Global Relief has built hundreds of mosques around the world. Our comprehensive community mosques project includes:
Building mosques in rural communities
Provide grants to renovate existing mosques
Supporting mosque libraries
Support community education initiatives
Recent Mosque Building Projects:
Our Recent Work: Kouse-Jingiri Mosque Ghana
Located in upper eastern Ghana, Kouse-Jingiri is home to a multi-faith community of 1,907 people. The villagers of Kouse-Jingiri have appealed to Muslim Global Relief donors for a new mosque. An 80 square meter mosque would allow the Muslim community here to gather in prayer every Friday. It would serve as a space for religious study, where men and women hold weekly circles to better understand their faith. It would mean the local imam can run Qur’an lessons, so that children and adults alike can learn to read Arabic and recite the Holy Book.
As soon as the funds were collected our teams in Ghana began working on getting the mosque completed. Progress has been fantastic and we are pleased to announce that the mosque has been finished. We thank all the donors who supported this project.