Anatolian Muslims Society

Rumi Spring School and family learning centre

Rumi Centre will provide a FREE Lunch Pack to students attending to Rumi Saturday School, in other words, children from reception to YR8 (aged: 5-13) with a disadvantaged background, Courses designed FREE to meet the demand from parents who cannot afford to enrol their kids to paid activity/courses

history Campaign has now closed

It ran from 12:00 PM, 10 April 2019 to 6:00 PM, 17 April 2019

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1116869)

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Check mark Match funded

Campaign target

£8,000

Amount raised

£16,150

Donations

35

    Categories

    Helping

Location

Situation

The project is designed to help children from deprived families.The child poverty rate in Enfield is 39.6%, and they also suffer from language adaptation and proficiency.A significant number of parents are entitled to get a housing benefit and the facilities children have are very limited. Our Project aims to improve/add values to the life standards of those families. Participants will benefit from the following clasess; Language Islamic Studies British Values Art backed up w/outdoor activities

Solution

Our project will aid in solving poverty problems and provide access to free lunch packs aimed at children coming from poor families. Parents/Adult will benefit from a number of activities such as ESOL, IT, Counselling, Clothing &Food Bank, Library facilities and etc. life based skills they will learn caring, teaching and helping their children as well as eventually having a job. It will also provide long term solutions against poverty designed in partnership with Enfield Carers Centre, AgeUK

  • Rumi is more than just a mosque, it has been able to project itself as a hub for young people to come together and share ideas and drive the local community forward. It is an inclusive mosque which is active and ambitious fulfilling the true role and purpose that every mosque should fulfil.

    — Hassan Buqhari

  • I believe that the young Muslims of today who learn Islam at our premises will maintain the peace and harmony of Britain of the future, and that is another reason why I feel proud of the achievement of Rumi Mosque in becoming a beacon mosque

    — Abdullah, Board Member

  • I am proud to be a teacher at such a British madrasah—a place of common values and peaceful coexistence, and I believe that with the support of the Beacon Mosque Project. we will carry our mosque to new horizons.

    — Dr Farooq

  • I believe that the young Muslims of today who learn Islam at our premises will maintain the peace and harmony of Britain of the future, and that is another reason why I feel proud of the achievement of Rumi Mosque in becoming a beacon mosque

    — Abdullah, Board Member

  • I am proud to be a teacher at such a British madrasah—a place of common values and peaceful coexistence, and I believe that with the support of the Beacon Mosque Project. we will carry our mosque to new horizons.

    — Dr Farooq

  • Rumi is more than just a mosque, it has been able to project itself as a hub for young people to come together and share ideas and drive the local community forward. It is an inclusive mosque which is active and ambitious fulfilling the true role and purpose that every mosque should fulfil.

    — Hassan Buqhari