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Masjid & Madrasah al-Tawhid is one of the largest and best known masjids in Waltham Forest, and indeed around East London. Since 1984 it has played a leading role in disseminating orthodox Islamic teachings based on the Qur'an and Sunnah. The Trust has already purchased a large plot of land behind the masjid in order to expand our facilities and provide additional prayer space for Jumu'ah and Eid Prayers. A marquee has been used on this land for two years, but that has had to be removed due to objections from the Council. This has resulted in a shortfall of usable space for the Masjid, particularly for Jumu'ah and large events.

The Trust has now constructed a temporary building on the land to ensure the space can be utilised, while we gather the estimated £2 million needed for the proposed full Masjid Extension. This temporary building has cost over £50,000 and will last us for at least 4 years in shaa' Allaah.

The Trust therefore asks the community to donate generously for this extension project. There is enormous scope for new projects to help different sections of our community, including youth and outreach projects, and surely the reward for all of this lies with Allaah 'azza wa jall in the Hereafter. Members of the community are asked to fundraise among their friends and acquaintances to assist the Masjid in this noble task. Together, and with the help of Allaah Most High, we are confident that we will be able to attain this target.

Please contact the Masjid Office for Standing Order forms, and please ensure that Gift Aid forms are filled in. The Masjid Bank Account details are :

Barclays Bank 
Account Number : 50599506
Sort Code : 20-67-88

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever builds a mosque for Allah, Allah will build for him likewise in Paradise.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim].

Also the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Among what continues to accrue for a believer of his good works after death are the following: knowledge that he learned and then imparted to others, a pious child whom he left behind, a copy of the Qur’ân that he bequeathed, a mosque that he built, a guest house he built for travelers, a river that he made to flow, and charity he spends from his wealth when he is in good health – all of this continues to avail him after his death.” [Sunan Ibn Majah and Sunan al-Bayhaqî – and graded as good (hasan) by al-Albani]