Charities We Love
At Alchemiya we love these inspiring charities that support the arts, culture, heritage and education of the Muslim world.
Being charitable and giving are at the heart of Islam and it’s not surprising that it’s become a big industry. We all know about the impressive organisations that work internationally providing essential aid and help to the needy. These smaller organisations are working away doing grass roots work in communities with a passion and commitment to all they serve. They deserve our time, money and help.
LaunchGood, Crowdfunding Muslims
LaunchGood is a global crowdfunding platform to support Muslims raising funds for their campaigns. Since 2013, LaunchGood.com has become the leading startup to emerge from the global Muslim community. It was started as a community ecosystem to revive the spirit of creativity and entrepreneurism t...
We The Souk
WeTheSouk is a marketplace community focused on preserving Syrian crafts and empowering Syrian artisans.The film started as an attempt to collect insights from Syrian artisans to understand the difficulties resulting from the conflict. It became obvious how meaningful it would be if these artisan...
The Barakat Trust
The Barakat Trust is an international non-political, non-religious, non-sectarian and independent charity based in the United Kingdom.They operate for educational purposes, focusing on the heritage of the Islamic world. The Barakat Trust provides scholarships for research projects at the world’s ...
Everyday Muslim, UK Muslim Heritage
Everyday Muslim Heritage and Archive Initiative is a long-term project to create a central archive of Muslim lives, arts, education and cultures from across the UK. They aim is to collect and document the presence and contribution of Muslim life in Britain through images, interviews and documents...
The Cambridge Muslim College
For over a decade Cambridge Muslim College has been training scholars, producing academic research and developing educational programmes.
With a commitment to traditional Islamic scholarship, the College intends to be a flagship institution of which Muslims everywhere can be proud.
The Cambridge ...
An Nisa Society
When family members Humera Khan, Khalida Khan and Aisha Khan co-founded the An-Nisa Society in 1985, its goals were to improve the provision of Muslim-sensitive services and influence Government policy to tackle religious discrimination and Islamophobia. The society, among other achievements, has...
Zaytuna College, California
In 2009, Zaytuna College was founded in Berkeley, California, with a mission that called for grounding students in the Islamic scholarly tradition as well as in the cultural currents and critical ideas shaping modern society. The Summer Arabic Intensive, a residential language program, was its fi...
Naz Legacy Foundation
Naz Legacy Foundation - promotes excellence in education and positive integration into British Society through supporting key initiatives and charities within these sectors. We show through promoting the best in education and acting as ambassadors in the voluntary public service sector we can mak...