The Mosque Project

Provide 1 dedicated prayer space. Share your faith today!
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Build a mosque in this world
and build your palace in Jannah

Mosques are as old as Islam itself; and just as the Prophet (ﷺ) helped to build the first mosque in Medina, you can help bring a masjid to people who’ve never known the blessings of praying together in a mosque. Help build a mosque for your ummah in need.

Donate from just £100 for a prayer space.


The Ultimate Ongoing Reward

A dedicated place to practice and share your faith is so important, but within Muslim communities in the developing world, they don’t always have this option.

Donating towards the building of a blessed Masjid ensures our brothers and sisters in Asia and Africa can share in the same joy!

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Reap benefits building a Masjid as part of a group

Donate just £100 a month to The Mosque Project, and we’ll team you up with other supporters doing the same. Together you will build an entire mosque, and we will send you a full feedback report upon completion.

For the ultimate in ongoing reward, be part of our “build a mosque each year” scheme. You’ll join with your brothers and sisters as a "mosque committee" to build a mosque for a community in Asia or Africa every year.

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How much does it cost to build a Mosque?

The cost varies depending on the size of the Mosque. The smallest, a Mosque with a capacity of 100 people, requires a donation of £10000. The largest, a Central Mosque that can be enjoyed by up to 600 people, £60000. You can also build a Mosque for £100 a month by being part of a group. 


The Mosque Project

However you decide to be a part of The Mosque Project, please know that all of the beneficiary communities make du'aar for those who have contributed. 

The sadaqah jarihya (ongoing reward) gained from donating towards this beautiful project is immeasurable

Build a mosque in your name or that of a loved one


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“Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.”

[Sahih Bukhari]