Our mission is to be at the forefront of providing access to professional vetted services by Muslims for Muslims across the world.
We believe there should be no barriers - be it language, location or financial - to accessing any service that will enrich a life.
No skill should be left untapped or undervalued within our global communities.
We are here to mobilise the vast and historical knowledge and expertise within our communities.
In less than 24 hours we can bring a Muslim expert to the doorstep of each individual, family or community to fulfil their needs.
We will inform, support and nurture our Ummah.
ImamConnect is the world’s first online marketplace for a whole host of Muslim services for our global community of over 1.8 billion Muslims in the world – roughly 24% of the global population (Pew Research Center estimate). It is our duty to be there for everyone during their times of need.
There are many Muslims who do not have easy access to a mosque, Muslim scholars or specialist service providers; our service providers are able to support somebody anywhere with access to the internet. By making our services available face to face and online, we are able to breakdown a number of barriers including distance, time and privacy.
Around 40% of the Muslim population languishes in abject poverty, with nearly 350 million living under US$1.25 a day (‘Poverty Outlook 2014: Multidimensional Poverty’, The Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation)
This is where our Welfare Fund helps individuals overcome any financial barrier they may face when trying to access vital life changing support such as counselling or therapy.
Our Welfare Fund collects online donations from generous supporters from across the world who are able to lend a helping hand to those who need it the most. No matter how much you are able to donate, every pound and cent will go directly towards supporting our fellow Muslims in need of vital help such as mental health support, grievance counselling and marriage therapy but aren’t in a position to afford professionally approved support.
“Don’t feel ashamed in the amount of charity is small because to refuse the needy is an act of greater shame.” Ali RA