Anatolian Muslims Society

Anatolian Muslims Society

Charity information

Anatolian Muslims Society

WE ORGANISE A NUMBER OF ACTIVITIES AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO ADVANCE AND PROMOTE INTER-CULTURAL, INTER-FAITH AND INTER-COMMUNAL DIALOGUE, UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIATION IN THE UK.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    The Anatolian Muslims Society was founded in 2004 by a group of British Muslims in London with the aim of serving the local community through humility, love and care. AMS continued its operations at various venues organising meetings to foster better community relations. Some of these consisted of seminars and workshops educating the public and youth about social responsibility and encouraging them to become involved in their communities. Through our work we aim to raise and promote a more conscious, aware, active and responsible Muslim profile and outlook as well as contributing to the building of a more cohesive society. Through charity and fundraising events, Anatolian Muslims Society campaigned for and sent humanitarian aid to the impoverished communities whether by natural disasters or conflicts across the world.
    Alongside this, several forms of aid work is a regular event around the year such as:
    • Qurbani donations during Eid ul Adha
    • Food supply for families during the holy month of Ramadan
    • Sadaqa al Fitr during the festival of Eid ul Fitr
    • Zakat and sadaqah help for the needy
    • Free breakfast for the needy of the local community

  • Aims

    Anatolian Muslims Society aims to:

    • To further such purposes as are charitable under the law of England and Wales for the benefit of the inhabitants in England as the directors see fit from time to time in particular by
    • We plan to provide new courses in the near future helping students build self-confidence and become more engaged with wider society
    • The mosque aims to be a community centre providing space and service to the whole community including those of another or no faith
    • Alongside these services, our weekend schools also provide hundreds of children with a range of courses, such as teaching the Qur’an and basic Islamic knowledge.
    • To advance the understanding of Islamic religion; The relief of need as the trustees shall determine
  • Overview

    Established: January 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1116869

    Board members: 2

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 02088842737

    Address: 337 fore street london n9 0nu

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