Our community has supported our local food bank, Sufra, for many years now. Unfortunately, the current situation means that their donations of food are dwindling and they are struggling to purchase the food and toiletries they need in the quantities required. All this whilst they are experiencing record levels of demand.
Al-Haadi Youth have organised a food drive to help – drop off points are in Stanmore, Harrow and Watford (*not* at the centre). See poster for more details.
For more information, or to have online shopping delivered directly to Sufra, please visit their website at www.sufra-nwlondon.org.uk
Should the definition of social hijab change with time? Should women pursue roles in male dominated fields? How far should a woman balance her career and her many other responsibilities? Join us on *Friday 21st February at 9pm* as we sit down with Sister Zahra Al-Alawi and discuss important, relevant issues facing Muslim working women every day.
Date: Friday 21st February 2020 Time: 8:15-11pm Ages: 11-18 years (Girls only) Entrance fee: £7.50 for all participators; £3 for spectators
Could you be the next Mary Berry? Have you got what it takes to get a Hollywood handshake (with gloves ofc!). Then this is the perfect event for you; get your whisks out, aprons on, and sleeves rolled! Ready. Set. BAKE!
Workshop with professional, equipment, dinner and gifts are all included in price.
Join us for an informal chat on how to navigate uni life whilst staying true to your Islamic principles. This is open to all but specifically relevant for anyone who’s currently at university or planning to go in the next couple of years. Led by our resident Aalim and Aalima and guest Asad Abdulla, who was the head of the Muslim Student Council – the umbrella body for UK ABSocs.
Starts with Maghrib at 4.20 and will finish by 6 latest (Annexe). Pizza served
Date: Friday 8th November 2019 Time: 8-11pm Ages: 9-18 years (Girls only)
Learn to pitch in front of investors and get the opportunity to create your very own Hujjat initiative! And then, design an outfit good enough to star on the front cover of the Vogue Magazine! “Wait… What’s the theme?” You ask. Well this time it’s all about saving what’s left of our planet, so we can live to write our own futures.