Book your ticket now for £10 and enjoy a 3 course dinner with guest speaker, Yvonne Ridley and our host and speaker, Aliyah Razaq.
Please note this is a sisters' only event.
Being part of a community is a natural feeling of belonging.
Join us and be inspired in Oldham as we listen to the experiences of women and their journey to Islam.
Whether you are a new Muslim, born Muslim or a non-Muslim, you don’t want to miss this!
Let’s share some love, happiness and food!
Closer to home, however, there are many problems faced by BME and Muslim communities which demand our attention. Muslim Hands has been working to tackle these issues since 2008.
Our vision is to enable deprived and under-achieving communities to move forward and to provide them with opportunities to live a life free from poverty, exploitation and exclusion.
We engage with and practically support community organisations. We assist them through funding, capacity building and forming relationships with partners to help expand their work and further benefit more members of the community.
As well as working within the four key areas of prisoner rehabilitation and resettlement, poverty alleviation, youth empowerment and supporting marginalised women, we have also supported emergency relief work, rehabilitation for those who have abused drugs and social inclusion projects for vulnerable groups like the elderly.
Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.