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General Donation

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Masjid Appeal

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Orphans and Widows

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Zakat ul Fitr

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Masjid Appeal Project

Verily all Praises are for Allah, the Lord of Creation and the peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad (salAllaAhu alayhi wasallam) and upon his family and companions altogether.

The Messenger of Allah (salAllaAhu alayhi wasallam) said: “Whoever makes a Masjid for the sake of Allah, Allah will make for him a house in Paradise.”

(Sahih Muslim)


Masjid Appeal Project 85%

For more than 20 years, we have, by the permission of Allāh and His blessings, established the da’wah of Tawheed and Sunnah in Slough – the Islam of the righteous first three generations since the hijrah to Madinah. Starting off from a small bookstore in the early 2000s, we have now established a larger centre close to the centre of Slough in Chalvey serving the local community and beyond.

Over the last 20 years activities and projects at Markaz Mu’aadh have grown at a rapid rate, from a small bookstore and prayer area we now have established a Masjid with the five daily Prayers, disseminating knowledge through lessons and conferences, publishing books, providing free access to all audio lectures, regular Qur’ān classes for children of all ages, distributing Zakāt, helping those in need due to earthquakes, floods etc, and much more beyond. 

All of this has been established upon the Sunnah of Allāh’s most beloved, Muhammad (salAllahu ‘alayhi wasallam). All praises belong to Allāh for what He has guided us to and how He has aided us to spread His religion of Al-Islām and softened the hearts of the community to accepting the Sunnah, such that the community have supported us throughout our establishment and growth and we ask Allāh to reward them all for their generosity and sincerity towards His religion being established.

Alhamdulillāh, due to our growth, the time has come to move to larger premises or purchase our existing building or another to allow us to extend to accommodate more worshippers and establish additional community services such as funeral service.

Help us establish a Masjid for the worship of Allāh alone, a place for the community to be taught Qur’ān and Sunnah, the Arabic language, a place to raise our children upon the actions of Islām and all that is pleasing to our Lord.

For you dear Reader, a house in Paradise, sadaqaatun jaariyya (ongoing charity) and a noble cause that is pleasing to your Lord. 

We urge you all to be involved in this noble cause. Aiding in the establishment of a Masjid is from the most valuable investment any Muslim can make…an investment for the Hereafter.

And spend in the Cause of Allāh and do not throw yourselves into destruction (by not spending your wealth in the Cause of Allāh), and do good. Truly, Allâh loves Al-Muhsinûn (the good-doers). 

[Qur’ān 2:195]


Allāh’s Messenger (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said,

“I and the caretaker of an orphan will be like this in Paradise,” and he held his two fingers together.

[Saheeh al-Bukhārī, hadeeth no.5659]

Shaykh ‘Abdul ‘Azeez bin Bāz (رحمه الله) said,

“The orphan is a child whose father has passed away and is below the age of puberty.”

If you would like to give sadaqah (charity) to aid poor and vulnerable orphans, then Markaz Mu’aadh bin Jabal will ensure your full donation will go to orphans who are in need.

Please reference: orphans.

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).

General Donations

Your generous donations keep the Markaz open and ready to offer the many services it provides for the community and beyond, and help with its upkeep.

Likewise your kind donations will aid us in increasing our services and activities.

On the authority of Abū Hurayrah (رضي الله عنه) who said that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said,

Allāh said,

“Spend, O son of Ādam and I will spend on you.”

[Saheeh al-Bukhārī, hadeeth no.5352]

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).


The third pillar of Islām- Zakāt, the charity that is obligatory on anyone who has wealth over and above a certain limit over which a year has passed.

Zakāt means to purify and increase, so Zakāt does not only purify your wealth but it increases it!

At Markaz Mu’aadh bin Jabal, we will ensure your full Zakāt will go towards those who are eligible for it under the Islamic legislation in order to alleviate the difficulties and hardship they are going through.

Please reference: Zakat

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).

Al-Fidyah (Recompense)

Allāh عز وجل says,

وَعَلَى الَّذِينَ يُطِيقُونَهُ فِدْيَةٌ طَعَامُ مِسْكِينٍ

“And as for those can fast but with extreme difficulty they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a poor person (for every day they did not fast).”

[Qur’ān 2:184]

Any day that a person has not fasted due to a terminal or chronic illness, or inability to fast due to old age, or the pregnant and breast feeding women who fear for themselves or their children, then they must feed a poor person for each day they have not fasted, without making up the fast.

Markaz Mu’aadh bin Jabal will ensure that a poor person is fed with your fidyah payment.

Please reference: Fidyah

Fidyah: £4 per day

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).

Zakāt al-Fitr

‘Abdullāh ibn ‘Abbās (رضي الله عنهما) narrates that,

“Allāh’s Messenger (صلى الله عليه وسلم) obligated Zakāt al-Fitr for the fasting person as a means of purification from vain and immoral speech (that may have occurred from him/her in Ramadān), and as a means to feed the poor.” [Abū Dāwood no.1609]

Whom is it obligatory upon?

It is obligatory upon every Muslim, the young and old, the male and the female.

What is given as Zakāt al-Fitr?

Money is not allowed to be given directly as Zakāt al-Fitr, rather, food stuff such as wheat, barley, dates, flour, or whatever the staple food is of that land is bought for the poor with the money given and given to them.

When is it given?

It is given to the poor before they have gone out for the ‘Eid Prayer.

On whose behalf should one pay for?

The Muslim pays for himself and for those whom he is responsible and obligated to take care of, such as his wife, children, etc.

Markaz Mu’aadh bin Jabal will ensure that with your payment of Zakāt al-Fitr, foodstuff is bought and given to those who are entitled to it before the ‘Eid Prayer.

Please reference: Zakat al-Fitr.

£4 per person

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).

Food packs

Markaz Mu’aadh bin Jabal buy and prepare food packs and deliver it directly to those in need in our local and surrounding areas.

We do this minimum 3 times a year, once before Ramadān begins, so those families in need may have sufficient amount to get them through Ramadān.

Then we deliver food packs before ‘Eid al-Fitr, so that those who are in need may enjoy their ‘Eid.

And once more before ‘Eid al-Adhā, again ensuring that those in need may enjoy their ‘Eid.

Please reference: Food packs.

JazakAllāhu khayran (may Allāh reward you with good).

How to Donate


Please put your donations in a sealed envelope clearly referenced and hand it to a member of staff.

Online Banking Bank

  • Name of Bank: HSBC
  • Account Name: Markaz Muaadh ibn Jabal
  • Account number: 51891111
  • Sort code 40-42-08
  • International
  • IBAN NO.: GB05HBUK4042085189111 BIC/SWIFT Code: HBUKGB4109E

Phone Payment

To make a donation over the phone using your debit card, please call us on: 01753 533376

(Please use friends and family option to ensure your full donation goes towards your intended cause).

Markaz Muaadh bin Jabal is a UK
registered Charity. Charity number: 1119843

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