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Ummah Welfare Trust

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We raise money and awareness to help the poor & forgotten in the Ummah.


The Mosque Project (TMP) has been working with Islamic Societies since 2016 to raise money for masajid in areas of need during the blessed month of Ramadan. In this time, through the blessings of Allah SWT, we have been able to to raise nearly £250,000 towards the construction of 17 masajid across the globe.

This year the project is centred around a mosque in Syria. The people of Shaam were particularly dear to our Prophet ﷺ.

Anas ibn Malik RA narrated that the Prophet ﷺ looked towards Iraq, Shaam and Yemen and said ‘O Allah bring their hearts over to Your obedience and relieve them of their burdens!’ [Tabarani]

The people of Syria have faced instability and destruction for the last 11 years and the provision of a community hub through a masjid will serve as a means to elevate them in this life and the next insha’Allah.

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (continuing charity), knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him” [Muslim]

Building a mosque is a wonderful act of Sadaqah Jariyah! The reward for building a mosque is unending, and as long as people are benefiting from the mosque you’ve helped build then you will continue to receive rewards from Allah (SWT) even in the Hereafter.

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Ummah Welfare Trust

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Ummah Welfare Trust was founded in 2001 with the goal of challenging the huge poverty and injustice prevalent in the Ummah today. Inspired by the Islamic teachings of empathy and selflessness, the charity strives to support and uplift the impoverished through the beautiful act of charity.

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