UK Flood Emergency Appeal

Due to winds gusting over 100mph, the affected areas of Cumbria and Lancashire has been issued with a ‘danger to life’ red alert warning. Houses have been flooded to over 3 metres and electricity power to thousands of homes has been cut off and transport has been disrupted by the hurricane-force winds.

Al-Imdaad Foundation is working closely with the local emergency authorities including the British Red Cross and DEFRA to respond quickly and provide support to the affected families. After initial assessment it has been sought that the immediate response is for funding to provide temporary accommodation for the flood victims. Also warm hats and blankets would be greatly appreciated.

It is important that we support our neighbors in the country we live so please donate as much as you can.

Visit to Calais Jungle, France

We are thankful to all ( Muslim and non-Muslims) who contributed towards a valuable cause to provide some warm clothing, bedding, tents and money  which was used for the food for the refugees.

Swindon Masjid sent 2 big Vans full of clothes and Food for the Refugees in Calais, similarly Bristol Quran Academy had three Vans of full of clothes and Food.

At Calais , there are two places, where the clothes and food can be given:

Refugee camp in Calais


Below are the pictures taken by volunteers on their visit to refugee camp in Calais.

Qurbani 1435/2015 Appeal

Qurbani is one of the great rituals of Islam, wherein the believers remember the oneness of Allah and the obedience of His khaleel, Sayyiduna Ibrahim ‘alayhis-salaam.

A confirmed Sunnah, and considered a wajib by many ‘ulama, great attention is placed upon the importance of Qurbani.

With Ummah Welfare Trust, donors can offer their Qurbani in one of 18 countries this year. InshaAllah, thousands of our brothers and sisters will be provided with fresh Udhiyyah this Eid. Given the needs of the Ummah, Ummah Welfare Trusts asks you to feed as many Muslims as you can this year and try to donate for several animals.

– Small: Sheep and goats count as one share each.
– Large: Cattle and camels. The Qurbani of 7 persons is allowed with a large animal.
– 1/7th Share: A seventh share of a large animal.
– Subject to quotas being filled, the deadline for this year’s Qurbani donations is 28th September.


Refugee Crisis Appeal



Ummah Welfare Trust has launched an appeal for refugee crisis. Please donate generously via Ummah Welfare Trust website or by in person to Mufti Imran.