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Palmers Green, London
N13 5JL, United Kingdom

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What have we done for Nepal?

Last Updated on May 19, 2015

In April this year, Nepal suffered a devastating earthquake (followed by another only last week). Given the levels of devastation seen there, the congregation at MCEC during the Friday prayers (Jumma) of 1st May 2015 raised £3000, which became £5000 during the subsequent week. MCEC then topped that up to a total of £10000.

MCEC has always tried to ensure that your donations always go to the right places and often the funds are delivered by trustees themselves on the ground (with expenses being borne by the trustees themselves).

On this occasion we have partnered with a consortium of charities both in the UK and in the US to make sure that your donations are used in the right way. Largely the funds have been used for medical equipment as needed in the temporary field hospitals which were set up in the aftermath of the earthquake.

These partners are



We’ve recently heard back from some of our partner organisations:

“HANDS International is very grateful to MCEC for generous financial support towards Nepal earthquake appeal as well as building a coalition of charity organisations. This support is not only helping us with our current relief efforts in Nepal but will also help us in fulfilling our four stage approach of disaster management i.e. Rescue, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction.”

Hands International (18 May 2015)


“With your contribution, these are some of the activities Al Khair have been involved in :

Food package (02.05.2015 to 15.05.2015)

Alhamdulillah We have finished the distribution of food package in more than 10000 (Ten thousands) people in, Sindhupalchowk, Nawakot, Gorkha, Dhading, Lalitpur, Kathmandu District, affected areas further breakdown of VDC’s will be provided in comprehensive report. The emergency food package provides food for an average family size of six for one month and contains lentils, rice, porridge, sugar, black tea, oil, salt including a small hygiene kit. We also delivered our emergency shelter and sleeping bag to those families who were in need. 

Temporary Shelter (Tents) (10.05.2015 to 16.05.2015)

We have set up one hundred (100) temporary shelters for displaced people in Lalitpur, Kirtipur, Kavre and Nawakot. These sites are hosting more than 600 people in affected areas.

Hospital Beds (14.05.2015)

We have handed over 15 hospital beds in Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) as well as provided one month food ration for hospital so they can provide free food to the patients.

Wheelchairs (15.05.2015 to Cont.)

We have procured 50 wheel chairs to distribute locally in Kathmandu and the remote areas by coalition of Ministry of health Nepal. We have given 10 wheel chairs, distributed in other district hospital where road are still blocked. Today five wheel chairs also given to “Shaheed Memorial Hospital”, Kathmandu. “

Al-Khair Foundation (19 May 2015)

Charity Cage Cricket Tournament – Sunday 24th May – 2pm

Last Updated on May 19, 2015

MCEC’s Greenstars Youth club are running a 6-a-side Cricket Tournament raising money for the Nepal Earthquake Emergency Appeal.

Entrance £10 per player. If you or anyone you know wants in, contact 07962371711 or 07723012032.


Lessons from Surah Ar-Rahman – Jumma Khutbah – 15th May 2015

Last Updated on May 17, 2015


Shaykh Hasan Ali askes us the ponder on the meaning of Surah Ar-Rahman and the lessons we can take from it

Monthly Talk: Stress & Anxiety – Treatments from the Qur’an and Sunnah: 31 May 2015 1:30pm

Last Updated on May 12, 2015

You are invited to a special talk by Ustadh Asim Khan on Sunday 31st May after Zuhr at 1:30pm.


Ustadh Asim Khan is currently an Instructor for the Sabeel institute, author for, and the Founder of the MRDF flagship educational resource: the Prophetic Timeline. He has, from an early age, excelled in academic studies and has gained a Masters in Pharmacy from the University College London, UK, as well as studying Arabic and Quranic Sciences in Cairo, Egypt. He appears regularly on Islam Channel’s religious programming.



Mercy and Compassion in Islam – Jumma Khutbah – 8th May 2015

Last Updated on May 10, 2015


Imam Ajmal Masroor discusses the lessons of mercy and compassion in Islam