5 ways to give and build your home in Jannah this Ramadhan 

 

For many Muslim charities, big and small, Ramadhan is a crucial time to raise the money needed to sustain and fund their work. CICC is no different. We are at an important stage of developing our new property and need to raise the funds for essential refurbishment works. 

 

This COVID-19 pandemic has not halted our ambitions for an Islamic Centre of Excellence but it has made us mindful that due to the lockdown not all of us will be in the position to give as generously as we would like 

 

That is why CICC has come up with 5 simple and easy ways, that gives opportunity to the whole family to get involved and helps us reach our Ramadhan essential refurbishment target of £50,000. Each of the campaigns will be staged at intervals throughout the month, so please get involved 

Check out our  plans for phase 0.5 of this project.  

What a great way to gain reward.  By donating  your Sadaqa Jariyait will multiply your continuous reward and create a lasting legacy; that will be a Centre of Islamic Excellence, inshaaAllah. 

 

Please support CICC and help us raise the £50,000 we need for essential refurbishment works at our new centre.  

 

May Allah SWT increase your wealth and provision and build for you, a home in Jannah. Ameen  

With social distancing enforced why not get creative and decorate a empty jam jarIt’s a great activity for both children and adults alike. Set up a crowdfunder page, post a pic of your jar and send the link around to friends and family to help you fill  your virtual jam jarAlternatively, you or your kids could also fill the actual jar with pocket money or loose change.   

Let’s see how much you and our little ones can raise and learn about the benefits of charity in this great month of giving.  

You can choose to sponsor an item from our list of requirements for the first stage of the refurbishment of our community centre and Masjid.

Want to donate a wudhu place, a prayer space, pay for our lights or parking spaces? You can donate towards items from as little as £10. 

Simply select the item you wish to sponsor, donate and help us raise £35,000 towards our refurbishment target.

Pledge now, pay now (…or later). Use  Ramadhan as the perfect opportunity to pledge or donate a lump sum to CICC.

“Spend (in charity) out of what We have bestowed for their sustenance secretly and openly ; and turn off evil with good: for such there is the final attainment of the (Eternal) Home.” — The Holy Qur’an [13:22]

Good deeds during this month are said to multiply rewards up to 700 times. Let’s not miss this opportunity; make a pledge today.




Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Do good deeds properly, sincerely and moderately and know that your deeds will not make you enter Paradise, and that the most beloved deed to Allah is the most regular and constant even if it were little.” 

Sahih Bukhari 6464

 Why not use Ramadhan as the month to set up a Standing Order that gives a monthly donation to CICC. Even after this blessed month is over, you can still accumulate Ramadhan rewards for this continuous consistent good deed, no matter how big or small the amount. Help us reach our standing order target of £5,000 a month to sustain our work at CICC 

Don’t forget to tick the monthly donation box at the checkout.




Make your odd nights count towards a thousand months 

“Laylatul Qadr (The Night of Power) is better than a thousand months.” — The Holy Qur’an [97:3] 

Giving on each of the odd nights in the last ten nights of Ramadhan can increase your chances of finding Laylatul Qadr. A £10 donation on Laylatul Qadr will be rewarded as though you gave over £300,000, £100 is as though you gave over £3 million and £1,000 is as though you gave over £30 million. SubhanAllah.  




Colchester Islamic Community Centre is a Registered UK Charity.

Registered Charity No. 1175376

Contact us: info@ciccentre.org

Our bank details are:

CICC Property AC

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