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what we do

We Strive for Peaceful Life & Well-Being

what we do

We Strive for Peaceful Life & Well-Being

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

To donate online to the mosque, please visit the Donate page

CMCC, as a charity organization and a mosque, is engaged in many projects and is facilitating many ways for your donations to be spent properly. Please see the different options below and choose the one suitable for the kind of donation you are providing.

Zakat through the mosque:

This is for the yearly “Zakat Almal”, i.e. the obligation charity for your savings and some assets. This will be given only for the Zakat permissible categories as stated in the Quran. The mosque will prioritize the local needs first.

To calculate your Zakat amount, please visit this page.

To pay this, please visit the Donate page

Specific Appeals – cooperation with other charities:

To donate to Canterbury Mosque’s Rohingya Muslim Appeal, please visit this page.

To donate to the Syria Appeal by Islamic relief, please visit this page.

Our Mosque’s Extension – Ongoing Charity (Sadaqah Jariah):

It is 20 years since we bought The Markaz and 10 years since it was granted planning permission to be used as a Masjid. Over the last 20 years, our Sisters have been praying in a converted garage which needs to be rebuilt. We are now at the final stages of our extension program as this is needed to provide better and improved prayer and class facilities for sisters/children. With this extension, we shall also be building a much-needed place for washing the deceased (Ghusl-al-Mayyah) on the ground floor and accommodation for the Imam on the first floor.

The extension work started in 2022! The total cost is approximately £850,000, from which we already raised £850,000

One brick £2

Sq. ft. space £100

A prayer space £1500

Please donate generously and encourage your family/friends to participate in this good deed.

Basic Doctrines

Our Mission

  • To provide social, cultural and faith-based services to the Muslim community.
  • To hold the daily prayers and the Friday Service for men, women and children.
  • To co-ordinate advice and support the Local Police Force, the City Council, the Prison Services, the Local Hospitals, the University of Kent, Cadma, Candifa and other statutory and voluntary bodies.
  • To generate funds only from donations and charitable events and only use them for peaceful purposes.