Al-Huda Cultural Centre & Mosque is a UK based charity, registration no. 292948. Established in 1985 by the selfless actions of few individuals with the support of East London Muslim community, may Allah (SWT) reward them all. It was the Islamic Centre & Mosque in the borough of Tower Hamlets where Friday’s Khutba and Islamic seminars were delivered in English, Somali and Arabic for the diverse, multi-cultural Muslim community that it served until its closure for re-development in 2016.
Located in Whitechapel, Tower Hamlets, one of the most impoverished boroughs in East London, the Centre has been successfully serving the local Muslim community and the wider public for over 30 years until its closure for re-development in early 2016 as it could no longer safely or adequately accommodate the volume of daily users it received.
Up and until its closure, the Centre saw more than 500+ people daily and served as an indispensable nexus for locals alike, delivering a wide range of community projects and services.
Al-Huda is a non-profit organisation, registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (Registration No. 292948). Our accounts and annual returns can be found online by visiting the Charity Commission website at https://www.charitycommussion.gov.uk
This fundraising brochure has been put together as a brief guide for potential donors, sponsors, and parties interested in assisting Al-Huda to begin the construction of a purpose-built Mosque and Islamic Education Centre at the heart of the Muslim Community in Whitechapel.
We urgently need to respond to the pressing needs of the community so Al Huda can adequately provide the prayer facilities and the various community support services that it once did.