“The most beloved people to Allah are those who are most beneficial to the people…” (Statement of Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) – Collected in al-Muʻjam al-Awsaṭ.
JMIC Management attended the Slough Council for Voluntary Service’s community network in the High Street, on Tuesday 4th December.
The JMIC donated gifts for homeless people, with more than 200 items, including hats, scarves, gloves, sleeping bags and tents, collected for homeless people.
Latif Khan, Secretary at the JMIC stated: “We encourage all members of our congregation, as well as the wider community to extend their hand in supporting the homeless in Slough, not just in winter, but throughout 2019. It could just be the offer of a hot drink, a meal, a blanket or just a few comforting words, these small steps combined together with the rest of the community will make a big difference.”


More than 70 people turned out to Slough Council for Voluntary Service’s community network winter celebration at HOME, in the High Street, on Tuesday.
All those who attended, brought along gifts for homeless people, with more than 200 items, including hats, scarves, gloves, sleeping bags and tents, donated for homeless people.
The theme of the celebration was happiness, which was led by Linda Tabor-Thomas of Happiness in Slough, with attendees taking part in activities including laughter therapy, gratitude bingo and making origami hearts with handwritten messages of hope for the homeless.
Slough mayor Paul Sohal presented quality assurance (Slough Quality Protects) certificates to Men’s Matters, Resource Productions, Destiny Support and Slough Immigration Aid, along with 26 Volunteer Passport Awards.
Guests were also treated to entertainment at the event, with musical performances from Irish Frank, Michelle B and Omari, as well as a festive buffet and slice of cake to round off the celebration.
Ramesh Kukar, CEO at Slough CVS said: “What a wonderful celebratory event that brought together our community to bring joy and happiness to the most vulnerable residents of Slough. We were overwhelmed by the level of support provided to the homeless community, with over 200 items donated.”
And volunteer co-ordinator Yvette Hockley said: “The event simply wouldn’t have been possible without the support of a host of volunteers, including 14 members of GoodGym Slough, who wrapped donated gifts and decorated the hall, and one special volunteer who played the part of Santa.”


In the summer of 1982, a Welsh Congregational Church was purchased and converted into a Mosque. This, however, was quickly outgrown and as a consequence of that, the old building was pulled down to make way for a new and improved version - the Mosque you see today. Construction began in 1999 and during this period, the Navel Club behind the site was purchased and used as a temporary building for daily prayers with Jummah (Friday congregation) being held in a hired hall. The completed Mosque was named the 'Jamia Masjid & Islamic Centre' (JMIC) and although it had been in use from the year 2000, the official opening was on the 18th of May 2001 by His Excellency, Abdullah Sultan Al-Dhahiri - Director General of "The Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahayan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation".

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Est. 1982 • Reg. Charitable Incorporated Organisation: 1155410

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