Projects

Projects for the community and helping the needy around the world.

Islamic Centre

Every Day: Five times salaat, with Jummah salaat.
Every Day 5pm to 8pm: Library for Islamic literature such as tafsir, hadith, fiqh, audio and videos.
Every Mon to Fri – 5pm to 7pm: Quran classes for boys and girls
Every Sunday 10am to 2pm: Weekend school for teaching Arabic and Islamic education

General Activities include: Islamic lectures, short courses for men and women, Arabic classes, and youth programmes.

Relief Projects around the world

Al Manar has a history of helping the poor in past by organising food packs and udhiya (qurbani) to those in need. Al Manar has been carrying out such projects over the past 4 years.

It is our social responsibility to help poor people everywhere, especially during the holy month when our rewards are multiplied.

The overseas distributors conduct the projects including delivering of food parcels to the homes of poor families. We receive full account and report.

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Syria Relief Effort

Working alongside the wider NZ community, our aim is to organize and implement various relief programs that will hopefully help to lessen the critical life state of many Syrians.

Our main aim is to deliver essentials such as food and medicine not only to those inside Syria but to the millions of displaced Syrians around the region.

Currently we are working with two different humanitarian organizations that are also running relief programs for the people in Syria and those displaced. Collectively, we can all bring hope for a brighter future in Syria.

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Muslim Youth Camp

Organising youth camps during summer and winter. Camps have both fun activities (soccer, kayaking, sports, etc) and Islamic lectures and discussions with local/overseas scholars.

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Hifdh Program

Full-time Hifdh program during the summer school holidays for children who would like to memorize the Qur’an. This project has been successfully running for over 4 years now with many students completing their Hifdhs.