Our vision is to establish a service-packed beacon Masjid and community hub, open to all. The Muslim community has been residing in the Hounslow borough for over 50 years. The community in this area is poorly served by local institutions, in terms of religiously sensitive education, social and recreational projects.
In particular, the local Muslim youth have been adversely affected by this lack of care and attention to their needs, with some falling prey to extreme voices and others straying from their faith altogether. There is a definite demand for an organised, established project which will address these issues and problems in a strategic manner.
Our provisions in this new community hub will Insha’Allah include:
• Youth & Womens Activities
• Adult & Children’s Education
• New Muslim Services
• Health & Fitness Facilities
• Welfare Clinic
• Counselling & Mediation
• Marriage Service
• Health Clinic
• Student & Career Advice
• Community & Inter-faith Engagement
Haaya Foundation’s aim is to preserve the essence of the Islamic faith by empowering Muslims to achieve a full potential in their spiritual, educational, physical, socio-economic and cultural aspirations. It will act as an interchange, aiming to inspire Muslims to play a positive and pivotal role in the community.
Haaya Foundation will advance the Islamic faith through the holding of prayer meetings, establishment of religious places, production/ distribution of Islamic literature, youth work, welfare projects, education and community engagement, to foster meaningful civic relations and to empower attendees of all genders in becoming positive and productive British citizens.
Haaya Foundation is a focused and socially responsible charity, which endeavours to contribute through its humanitarian work to present a positive image of Islam & Muslims in the UK and across the world, by providing grants and services to individuals in need and or charities, or other organisations working to alleviate poverty.
Board of Trustees
Pasha Safder, Suhel Miah, Seema Minhas, Muhammed Abul Kalaam, Imran Hamid