Pakistan Community Masjid
The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘Whoever constructs a masjid for Allah, Allah will construct a house for him in Paradise’. (Bukhari)
The Ultimate Ongoing Reward
By building a masjid you will not only earn the reward of providing a community with a house of Allah, but your Sadaqah Jariyah will continue giving benefit for generations to come in sha’ Allah.
Every local Muslim community has a place of worship known as a masjid at its centre. In addition to acting as a focal point for educational programming and other day-to-day functions, it also serves as a place of prayer and reflection for the community’s adherents. It is the responsibility of the masjid to assist individuals in expanding their knowledge of Islam and to foster the growth of their moral and spiritual character.
The Masjid costs £11,000 and can hold 300-400 people.
Benefits & Rewards of Building a Mosque
At the heart of any Islamic community, a mosque can be found. Mosques are as old as Islam itself; they are the beating heart of our community and stand as a physical example of our faith. The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) even helped in the construction of the first mosque in Medina, as it was part of his will to define a place of worship for Muslims everywhere.
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.
The benefits of building a mosque are plain as day if you think of all the rewards you will receive for every single prayer made in your mosque!
A Palace in Jannah, Insh'Allah
Sadaqah Jariyah is a type of charity that benefits people for a long time and earns the giver rewards even after death.
Sadaqah Jariyah is a term that refers to a continuous, flowing, and ongoing act of charity. Giving this type of charity is one of the most rewarding acts we can do in our lives because the benefits can be reaped both during our lifetime and after we pass away.
Muslims donate Sadaqah Jariyah to help their needy brothers and sisters. Muslims who give charity are rewarded, but the rewards for donating Sadaqah Jariyah are greater because the donor will be rewarded as long as the act of charity benefits someone.
The Prophet, on him be peace, famously said: “When a human being dies, all one's deeds cease, save three: a Sadaqah Jariyah, [religious] knowledge [one leaves behind] from which others benefit, and a righteous child who prays for one”
We manage a variety of livelihood programmes that provide communities all across the globe more opportunities. By making a monthly donation to our Livelihoods Fund, you may be helping someone pursue a career, giving farming communities access to agricultural equipment, or giving a family an animal to feed and nurture on a regular basis.
Whatever amount you decide to donate, you can be confident that our local volunteers will make sure that it will enable underserved communities to become self-sufficient.