Author: kmwa

KMWA Calais Relief partner with Shoaib Relief Campaign

KMWA undertook this project where by donation are collected and supplies of emergency food is purchased and consignments are taken to Calais kitchens, these charities cook meals for the refugees and they are fed once a day. Allhumdulillah we are about to do our 4th consignment to Calais just before Ramadan.
This is only possible because community in Medway is able to donate heavily and we are able to take the supplies to Calais.
We have a charity partner called Shoaib Relief Campaign who have guided us to collect and directed us to Calais. We continue to work together and buy using maximum of funding’s power to purchase supplies.
Inshallah we are to continue this project until end of Ramadan.
We are requesting for donation towards this Noble cause.
My details are as follows:
Mobile 07580687786
Email rizz@outlook.com

New Mosque Project

We are currently undertaking a major project to establish a new purpose built Masjid centre that would serve the local Muslim community and wider community

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Who We Are

The Kent Muslim Welfare Association was set up in 70’s by Muslims living in Kent.  Since that time it has become a source of support and knowledge to its diverse Muslim community, as well as an enriching initiative to help serve the wider host community and strenghten community cohesion.

Over the years KMWA has strived to work with other communities’ major stakeholders, this has helped it to become a hub for Training and Education and Social Welfare. Our vision is to provide a range of Islamic services, sensitive to the needs of the varied local Muslim community in Kent, as well as large national and international student and health service population, with a view to improving quality of life and, most importantly, enhancing community cohesion.