Outreach

Outreach
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As-Suffa Institute - Homeless As-Suffa Institute - Foodbank As-Suffa Institute - Our Community As-Suffa Institute - Dawah
As-Suffa Outreach - Homeless

Homeless

Providing for the homeless is not just a moral responsibility, it also fulfils the obligation of following in the footsteps of the Beloved Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wa sallam)

The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “None of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.”

Sahîh al-Bukhârî & Sahîh Muslim
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As-Suffa Outreach - Foodbank

Foodbank Project

In 2015, there were over 2.3 million children living in relative poverty and almost 15,000 cases of priority need homelessness in England alone.

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Youth Club

The As-Suffa Youth Club is a structured program coordinated by an enthusiastic and motivated team focused to bring the best out of our children. We provide boys & girls with an energetic Islamic environment in which children aged between 8-14 can develop their friendships, social skills and Islamic Knowledge.

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Our Community

As-Suffa Outreach - Our Community

As Suffa Outreach continues to build and strengthen its relationship with the local and wider community. Our work has enabled us to participate in both local and national projects/initiatives. These include:

  • Local crime fighting projects
  • Clinics offering legal advice and support
  • Working with inmates through the prison service
  • Multi-faith ‘PEACE WALKS’
  • Responding to national disasters (UK Flooding, 2015)
  • Learning Islam through Theatrical Education
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Dawah

As-Suffa Outreach - Dawah

As Suffa outreach have provided Dawah training courses and practical workshops led by qualified instructors so that calling to Islam can be learnt and performed correctly.

In addition, we cater for revert sisters through our ‘stepping stones’ programme. This weekly educational event seeks to convey the correct understanding of Islam to new entrants into the religion.

An annual Ramadan Iftar programme is also organised for revert sisters.

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