Somethings We Can Live Without, But Islamic Education is Essential
Somethings we can live without!
We don't have to have a few coffees a day,
We don't have to pay for entertainment services every month,
We don't have to buy more clothes, we don't have to have the latest electronic device.
Are you aware that the value of that one extra thing we purchase in our life that is of no importance to us can drastically influence a child's life?
It’s time to change our habit of consumption to a habit of giving. Why?
UAMA needs your consistent assistance even if it is a big amount or small amount for the support for the Muslim children.
“Whomever desires even a specle of good, they shall receive it” (Zilzal Surah, Ayah 7)
Be A Sponsor For Touch To A Student's Life
Do not forget, aiding in the education of a knowledge student is Sadaqatul Najiyah (A sadaqah that will continue to be recorded in the Amal book even after the passing of the owner). You will be receiving your share of rewards for every deed those children make, even other individuals and students that they raise and educate…
Touch The Life Of A Quran Students
With your support, UAMA has been able to touch the lives of children and adults of all ages every year through Isabet Education Method since the 1980’s.
With your support, every child that is educated under the roof of UAMA becomes an individual that is aware of and implements the Islamic teachings to their life and has an opportuninty to be raised to respect and cherish the Ummah of Muhammed and community around him.
Every year hundreds of people learn to read the Qur’an-i Kareem, fundamental Islamic knowledge, the life of our Prophet (SAW), the fundamental duas and how to worship. This is why it is important for your consistent support to help aid UAMA in reaching larger crowds.
Do not forget, aiding in the education of a knowledge student is Sadaqatul Jariyah (A sadaqah that will continue to be recorded in the Amal book even after the passing of the owner). You will be receiving your share of rewards for every deed those children make, even other individuals and students that they raise and educate…
“There is a reward equivalent to that of the doer for whomever is the initiator” (Saheeh-i Muslim, Imarah, 33)