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
On the morning of tragic attack in Westminster, London, St Johns, Perry Barr Church visit As-Suffa Institute
The very same morning of the tragic attack in Westminster, London St Johns, Perry Barr Church had requested a visit to As-Suffa Institute to learn about the work
Alhumdulillah Raiseforlife Appeal has raised over £12,500 for the As-Suffa homeless project following the Birmingham Champions Trophy cricket tournament in December 2016. Yesterday we had our cheque presentation
2017-03-18 13:04:37 As-Suffa were invited to the Progressive synagogue in Birmingham by Birmingham Council of Faiths. The topic was Understanding Judaism. It was a very educative experience.