Cllr. Talib Hussain and Cllr. Mark Jones visited the Emaan Centre to see the developments of the project. From Emaan Trust side, there was Mark Bonham (Trustee) and Ahmed Al-Asbahy (Executive Manager). The councillors were impressed about the project and the type of facilities and support it provides to the community.
A high-level delegation from Qatar Charity led by Mr. Yousif Al Kuwari (Chairman of Qatar Charity), Salah Al-Hammadi (Director of European projects) and Ayyoub Abu Alyaqeen (Manager of Qatar Charity – London) visited The Emaan Trust of Sheffield and were received by Hameed Al-Asaly (Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees). The visit included a number [...]
Name: Nuria Quintilla-Zanuy Nationality: Spanish Date of Shahadah: 01/08/2002 How did you become Muslim? My first contact with Islam was probably in primary school in a History lesson through a chapter called the muslim empire where Islam was explained as another stage of history and the heritage [...]
Emaan School in Sheffield was founded in 2013 to fulfil the needs of the children of the Arab and Muslim community. It is obvious to many that children in the West face a lot of challenges and obstacles. Hence, it was a necessity to establish a model school that meets their educational, cultural and social needs. [...]
Sisters at the Emaan Trust of Sheffield organised a Charity Bazaar for Women at Verdon Recreation Centre, Verdon Street, Burngreave on 15/09/2012 for the purpose of helping in completing the third stage of building the Emaan Trust centre. The event took place at Verdon Recreation Centre in Burngreave and was held on Saturday 15th September 2012 from [...]
The foundation work has begun and this stage will include the highway work, drainage, steel frame and building the skeleton for all four floors. This stage will take from six to seven months and will cost 950,000 sterling pounds. The amount we currently have is 610,000 sterling pounds.