Council of Mosques – Tower Hamlets need your continued support

In order to continue and to expand this noble work, we need your kind and generous support, so please give generously and remember your donations are a Sadaqah Jariyah for you.

The blessed Prophet (peace be upon him) said, 

"When a man passes away, his good deeds will also come to an end except for three:
Sadaqah Jariyah; a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him.”

(Sahih Muslim)

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Bank Account Details

Council of Mosques- Tower Hamlets

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Sort Code: 400233

Account Number: 21384376

Council of Mosques – Tower Hamlets need your continued support

In order to continue and to expand this noble work, we need your kind and generous support, so please give generously and remember your donations are a Sadaqah Jariyah for you.

The blessed Prophet (peace be upon him) said, 

"When a man passes away, his good deeds will also come to an end except for three:
Sadaqah Jariyah; a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him.”

(Sahih Muslim)

Pay direct to the account

Bank Account Details

Council of Mosques- Tower Hamlets

HSBC

Sort Code: 400233

Account Number: 21384376

Jobs

Council of Mosques - Tower Hamlets is a charity based community organisation looking for professional individuals who will be highly committed to our vision and values.

We are always looking for volunteers to support and aid us in helping the community. We require volunteers from all parts of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to be able to support your local masjid.

If you are interested in volunteering with us please email us with your contact details.

 

Job Opportunities:

No Vacancy at the moment.

Aims & Objective

The promotion of religious and racial harmony for the benefit of the public by:

Educating the public in different religious beliefs including an awareness of their distinctive features and their common ground to promote good relations between persons of different faiths and of different racial groups
   

  •     Promoting knowledge and mutual understanding between different religious and racial groups
  •     Providing a closer network and co-operation between the Mosques, service providers and faith communities
  •     Providing advice on community issues

 

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What We Do

Council of Mosques has been providing a valuable service to the Mosques and the community for more than 16 years and contributed towards community engagement, empowerment of mosques, and wider community cohesion.

Hundreds of teachers, mosque staff and committee members have benefited through the capacity building projects ranging from training such as Child Protection, Health and Safety, First Aid, Charity commission requirement, Prevent and Extremism, also from Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.

Following are some of the training provided by Council of Mosques.

Training:

  •  Child Protection Training
  • Training on Charity Commission Requirements Training
  • Mosque Safety & Security Training
  • Health & Safety Policy Development
  • Equalities & Diversity Policy Development Training
  • Finance Policy Development Training
  • Effective Management Training
  • Equality & Diversity Training
  • Finance Management Training
  • Good Governance Training
  • Health & Safety Training
  • Fundraising & Bidding Training

 

Council of Mosques has worked with number of partner organisations to address some of the key issues that are effective our community.

 

Following are some of the seminars that were organised with partner organisations in order to raise awareness of Community issues with wide range of community members.

 

Seminars

·         Tension Monitoring Seminar

·         Seminar on developing youth culture in Tower Hamlets

·         Seminar on Grooming Young People: How We Can Protect Our Children

·         Seminar on Current Government and Charity Commission Law Regarding   Radicalisation and Extremism

·         Seminar on 'Emotional Abuse & Neglect'

·         Troubled Young Men

·         Seminar on ‘Children See, Children Do’

·         Seminar on ‘What Makes Good Families’

·         Seminar on Fatherhood

·         Seminar on Accepting and Understanding your Child’s Ability

 

Many Mosques and the evening & weekend supplementary classes (also referred to as ‘madrasah’s’) were supported by developing wide range of policies and procedures to help improve the governance and to provide quality education in a safe environment.

 

Following are some the policies being developed and regularly reviewed for Council of Mosques members.

 

Developing Policies and Procedures

 

·         Conflict of Interest Policy

·         Equality & Diversity Policy

·         Finance Policy

·         Health & Safety Policy

·         Protection of Vulnerable Adults Policy

·         Volunteer Policy

·         Curriculum

·         Child Protection Policy

·         Admission Policy

·         Attendance-and-Punctuality-Policy

·         Anti-Bullying Policy

·         Behaviour Policy

·         Complaints Policy and Procedures

·         First Aid Policy

·         Data Protection policy

·         Fire Safety Policy

·         Whistleblowing-Policy

About Us

The Council of Mosques was launched in April 2001 at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Council Chamber and was formally constituted on the 13th of July 2002.
The Council of Mosques acquired charity status in 2008 enabling it to engage on a more formal footing with statutory bodies and government departments such as the Home Office; Foreign & Commonwealth Office; London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority; the Local Authority; the Metropolitan Police Authority, and the NHS Primary Care Trust to name a few.

In 2009 the Council of Mosques began expanding and diversifying its activities to include employment and funding. 

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