Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: “Allah said: ‘Spend, O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you.’” (Bukhari)
Your generous contributions can help maintain the masjid and develop the services that we offer. There are various ways you can donate:
You can make one-off donations online via this link, or make a bank transfer to:
Cann Hall Deen and Education Trust
Make cheques payable to “Cann Hall Deen and Education Trust”.
STANDING ORDER FORM:
Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: ‘The most beloved of action to Allah are the most regular, even if it is small’. (Bukhari, Muslim)
If you would like to donate to the CHDET on a more regular basis then complete this standing order form and hand it in to the masjid or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can even collect and donate your spare change in a Cann Hall Donation pot which you can collect from the masjid.
Why Support us?
The Cann Hall Deen & Education Trust are in constant need of support to help grow and maintain the organisation. A considerable Qard Hasanah (interest free loan) still remains which the mosque need to pay off to become debt free.
Alongside running regular prayer sessions, we are dedicated towards work with local youth and have a focus on interfaith work. Our belief in a mosque being a centre of the community and more than being simply a place to just go pray is possible through the dedication and support of our donors and supporters.
Should I Gift Aid my donation?
Gift Aid is one of the simplest and most effective ways of giving to charity. It is a scheme introduced by HM Revenue & Customs, which allows us to reclaim the basic rate tax you pay as a UK taxpayer. Gift Aid is worth at least an extra 25p for every £1 you give. This is at absolutely no extra cost to you! Please remember that what you pay in income/capital gains tax, must at least equal the amount we will reclaim against your gift. Other taxes such as Council Tax and VAT do not qualify.
Investment in youth pledge
Here at CHDET, we believe in youth being an important element of the community, we believe that investing in our young people ensures a morally upright Muslim community who are conscious of their faith and responsibility to society as a whole. We want our young people to grow up feeling that the mosque is a safe and comfortable place where they are always welcome, which is why we launched the investment in youth pledge, which ensures that 5% of all donations that we receive in our general fund goes into our youth fund, helping fund youth development, activities and support.