Build a Mosque

Ehsaas is working to build Mosques that will be the heart of local communities.

A Small Mosque costs from £7,500

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Build a Mosque

Ehsaas is working to build Mosques that will be the heart of local communities.

Donation type: Sadaqah-Jariya

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A Mosque provides a place for prayer and everyday community services. It is also a hub to learn more about Islam and for education, moral and spiritual development.

In rural communities, a Mosque is much more than a place for worship – they are a symbol for hope and the heart of community life. By building a Mosque, you will not only earn the reward of providing a community with a house of Allah, but your Sadaqah Jariya can continue giving benefit for generations to come.
The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity*); a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased)’. (Muslim).
* Like a Mosque or a Water Well Locations include Pakistan, for other locations please contact us
  • A Small Mosque costs from £7,500
  • A Large Mosque costs from £15,000

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Building Mosques

Your donations gave Hafeez and his village a place to pray together.

Hafeez said:
“We had no Masjid nearby and the adults and children had to walk a few miles to attend prayers and Quran classes. This will really help us all and give ‘Jannah’ to the donors, Ameen.”

You built a Mosque for Sajid and his villagers to stop them walking three miles to their nearest Mosque!

Sajid said:
“I am so happy that we can pray in our own Mosque now and that the children learn the Quran – this is a Sadaqah Jaariya that will really benefit the people who donated”.