Give the children of Palestine the chance of a brighter future
HELP RUN THE FIRST ISLAMIC SCHOOL IN JERUSALEM
Over 38% of children in Jerusalem don't go to school. Existing schools are already over-subscribed and children are being turned away from learning on a daily basis, due to the lack of space.
Without money to pay exorbitant school fees, orphans and children living in poverty have limited prospects to succeed.
In Jerusalem, we have completed the construction of our Islamic school, directly looking over Masjid Al-Aqsa, to empower hundreds of Palestinian children through education.
We teach in Arabic and cover a broad curriculum, including English, Maths, Science and Islamic Studies, in colourful, interactive classrooms to stimulate minds and provide the perfect environment for learning.
This school features:
- 5 classrooms
- 50 students.
- 5 fully qualified teachers
- 6 teaching assistants
- Genius Programme for teachers to give additional support to the children and help them to meet their full potential.
With your help, we transformed a run-down, disused building, into a safe and vibrant school, for children from nursery to comprehensive school age.
However, we still need you to complete our mission:
We're in the planning process to expand the school further so as many children as possible can learn, grow and thrive. Your support will help keep this invaluable project going for many years to come.
Just £100 can support a study desk and £5,000 can supply a classroom full of equipment and furnishings.
Show your love for Palestine by coming together and expanding the first Islamic school in Jerusalem.
You can also support Palestine by providing nutritious family food packs, sponsoring an orphan or helping an orphan become Hafiz of the Holy Qur'an - click the images below and start supporting Palestine now.
The Prophet (saw) was reported to have said: “Whoever relieves the hardship of a believer in this world, Allah (swt) will relieve his hardship on the Day of Resurrection.” [Sahih Muslim]
Watch a special message from Sheikh Kiswani, Nur Alssalaam, Jerusalem.