Donate Masjid AL Furqan
Is a voluntary Nonprofit non-political religious organization established in 2000. We started in a small basement, but now Al-Furqan Jame Masjid one of well-known Masjid in New York City, Alhamdullilah. Open every day to Muslims for 5 times prayer, Jumma on Fridays, Eid, Janaza and other community events, etc. it serves as a focal point of its congregation. Also known as Brevard Masjid, our masjid was a small musallah located off of Courtney Parkway on Merritt Island Florida. Established in 2008, our musallah served different small cities around the area including Merritt Island, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Rockledge.
- The world community should be ashamed that in the year 2021, people are dying from starvation there when they shouldn’t be.
- Masjid Al Furqan and HHRD is working for that every second of the day, feeding those that are in urgent need and implementing programs that directly tackle the root cause of hunger.
- With the expansion, men and women will have bigger spaces to pray.
- There are more than 70 million people including internally displaced persons in Gaza, Yemen and Pakistan who struggle to find clean water and a decent meal plus shelter.
According to the needs of the growing community, we have planned to create an Islamic environment and to make masjid a corner stone of the community. But this work depends on the support of people like you to continue. There are children with so little food that they’re susceptible to every single infection or disease that comes around.
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The world community should be ashamed that in the year 2021, people are dying from starvation there when they shouldn’t be. It is also important to take a step back, appreciate what we have, and give back as much as we can – even if you can only give $5. Millions have fled their homes multiple times, taking refuge in conflict-ridden areas because there is nowhere else to go. There are more than 70 million people including internally displaced persons in Gaza, Yemen and Pakistan who struggle to find clean water and a decent meal plus shelter. Please help us feed these refugees, and make sure no one ever goes to bed hungry again.
Assistance to those families who cannot afford burial services. We welcome you with open arms to Masjid Al Furqan and hope that you join us for our daily salah and halaqahs. The Brevard Masjid is actively involved in conducting Dawah programs to Muslims and non-Muslims, and various programs for newly converts. We also offer counselling, and assist people financially and morally to help them stand on their feet in many cases. Masjid Al Furqan also conducts marriages, runs a funeral facility and provides many other programs to the community.
We are in need of dire assistance from the community that we serve. We are in need of approximately 3.5 million dollars to complete this project. Furthermore, the masjid has accrued thousands upon thousands of dollars’ worth of qard-e-hasana (interest-free debt).
Special needs services is a neglected service that most masjids do not offer. Masjid Al Furqan understands how critical this is for not only our muslim community, but for humanity at large. We are here to help anyone that is in dire need of special needs services and are here to help you every step of the way. He currently serves on the Board of the Islamic Centre of Western Suburbs in Bartlett, IL, and also as a House of Representative member on the Council of Islamic Organization of Greater Chicago . Masjid Al Furqan already has a long history of partnering with organizations that share our vision of serving those in less fortunate circumstances.
We plan on building a recreational center where there will be sports and games for the young. We strive to continue our traditions in these trying times, with continued Jumu’ah Salah and daily prayers. However, many of our typical events such as the weekend program are still unavailable due to current restrictions. In order to counter these difficulties, we have been providing Islamic guidance through online events. All we need are 100 people from the 1.5 billion people of our Ummah to donate £100 each.
COVID-19 then came and destroyed whatever little hope Yemenis had left. Millions of civilians are trapped in poverty, hunger, and conflict. With the COVID-19 pandemic about to make the situation even worse, we need to pitch in more than ever before, and not ignore our brothers and sisters in need. And we’re struggling to provide the vital services required by our congregation. We hold daily Fajr halavah’s in the masjid and would love for you to come by. Children with so little nutrition, that from the moment they’re born, they’re struggling to survive a mountain of disadvantages including what many believe is an entirely preventable conflict.
By Al – Furqan Jame Masjid
Masjid Furqaan is a division of Al-Furqaan Foundation, a non-profit organization, located in Bolingbrook, IL. In this masjid more than 20 languages are spoken and this shows the diversity of the local Muslim community. Just think of the rewards you can get by helping a masjid that’s far from any other masjid.
We started in a small basement, but now Al furqan Jame Masjid one of well-known Masjid in New York City. As this is a community masjid, we rely on your donations in order to sustain and develop our masjid. Recently, we have purchased some land that is 8,000 square feet to accommodate for our growing community. As of right now, our small masjid is unable to hold the thousands of worshipers that come to our three Jumu’ah’s each Friday. This is a clear inconvenience as we block the streets and disrupt our neighbors.
Masjid Al Furqan and HHRD is working for that every second of the day, feeding those that are in urgent need and implementing programs that directly tackle the root cause of hunger. In the blessed month of Ramadan, we pray that Allah grants peace and mercy upon you and all of mankind. We especially pray that he may alleviate the hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Masjid Furqaan is the largest Quran Distribution Warehouse in USA and Islamic Center.
For this reason, we plan to build a larger masjid to serve the needs of the community. The pandemic has brought upon us many hardships, as our masjid became limited in terms of access and we have prayed and buried many of our brothers and sisters. Our masjid was a small musallah located off of Courtney Parkway on Merritt Island Florida. We plan to relocate and build a bigger space to expand our mosque and that is only possible with your help. With the expansion, men and women will have bigger spaces to pray.