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Large Mosque

Build A Large Mosque (400 People)

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Build A Medium Mosque (200 People)

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Small Mosque

Build A Small Mosque (100 People)

Donate and give Sadaqah by constructing a mosque in your name or a loved ones ...

The Importance Of Mosques

At SACH, we know that without personal and spiritual development, there can be no social development. In most of the villages we work, mosques are the places where personal and spiritual development happens. Mosques also double as community centres and places of learning. It’s where people are united in worship, where men and women come to for solace and support, and where children learn to read. Mosques are the centre of any community where people can congregate for their five daily prayers and Friday congregation sermons. A mosque serves as a place where Muslims can come together not only for prayers, but for information, education and meetings.

Faith is vital to shaping the attitudes, beliefs and practices that lay the foundation for everyday life. Faith unites people as a community, gives them strength, breeds hope, and inspires social justice as well as the perseverance to improve themselves and their lives. Within the Islamic context where the concept of Zakat obligates the fair distribution of wealth, faith is integral to development. At SACH we build community mosques in remote villages to aid development. Mosques are where people gather to worship. It’s where children learn religious manners and to read the Holy Qur’an. In mosques villagers are united as a community to practice and better understand their faith, which is vital to development.

What We're Doing

Since 2009 SACH has built hundreds of mosques in The Sindh Pakistan. Our comprehensive community mosques project includes:

Supporting mosque libraries

Building mosques in rural communities
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Provide grants to renovate existing mosques

Support community education initiatives

Recent Mosque Building Projects:

Our Recent Work: Shah jo Kot

Located in upper eastern Kadan, Sindh is home to a multi-faith community of 1,907 people. The villagers of Shah Jo Kot have appealed to SACH donors for a new mosque. An 40 square meter mosque would allow the Muslim community here to gather in prayer every Friday. It would serve as a space for religious study, where all hold weekly circles to better understand their faith. It would mean the local imam can run Qur’an lessons, so that children and adults alike can learn to read Arabic and recite the Holy Book.

How much does it cost to build a mosque?

The cost varies depending on the size of the mosque. The smallest, a mosque with a capacity of holding 100 people, requires a donation of £10,000. The largest, a central mosque that can be enjoyed by up to 600 people, is £60,000. You can also build a masjid for £100 a month by donating your mosque charity as part of a group.

However you decide to be a part of The Mosque Project, please know that all of the beneficiary communities make dua for those who have contributed.

The Sadaqah Jariyah (ongoing reward) gained from donating towards this beautiful project is immeasurable. Contribute towards building a mosque now and gain countless rewards in the Hereafter.

Help us build beautiful masjids for impoverished communities with your mosque charity, giving them a communal place of worship that can be used for generations to come.

Reap benefits building a Masjid as part of a group

Donate just £100 a month to The Mosque Project, and we’ll team you up with other supporters doing the same. Together you will build an entire mosque, and we will send you a full feedback report upon completion.

For the ultimate in ongoing reward, be part of our “build a mosque each year” scheme. You’ll join with your brothers and sisters as a “mosque committee” to build a masjid for a community in Asia or Africa every year.