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As-Suffa Monthly Outreach programme: Food For thought! As-Suffa Institute
Food For Thought - A Roundtable discussion on the impact of our eating habits As a society, our health has quickly become dominated by the poor quality and
Last Saturday we had a blessed graduation ceremony where 12 male and 6 female students graduated as qualified islamic scholars, after studying for many years at As-Suffa Institute.
Our community is our responsibility, and you CAN make a difference in it. Come yourself and bring others along to this public meeting at As-Suffa and raise your voice on making
Roti & Curry Bazaar (664 Alum Rock Rd, Birmingham B8 3NU) are celebrating 5 years of the As-Suffa Homeless Project by sponsoring the next 2 weeks of feed.
The As-Suffa Youth Club visited the Homeless Project in the holidays and helped with the setup and food/drink distribution. Many lessons were learnt and it was an eye
Mufti Liaquat zaman live with Nour DV and As-Suffa Mufti Liaquat Zaman delivered an enlightening discussion highlighting the taboo issue of domestic abuse LIVE on our page. Please
The Church of England - Birmingham organised The Birmingham Conversations last year for all faiths and none to discuss issues affecting our city. The third series of Conversations,
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As-Suffa Outreach have been working closely with Nour - Domestic Violence to establish a counselling service for domestic violence victims in Birmingham. This week is Domestic Violence Awareness
Tesco Leicester Hamilton Extra Store kindly allocated our Homeless Project team in Leicester to do a collection on 01st April 2017. Alhamdulillah the volunteers were received well from the
As-Suffa Outreach team attended the West Midlands Citizens Mayoral Assembly. We got an insight into what the perspective Mayors will do for the region. As-Suffa Institute
Our Food Bank Team were invited to conduct an assembly for the students at Abu Bakr Girls School (Abu Bakr Trust) in Walsall. As part of Fairtrade Fortnight