Jamiyah Singapore, also known as Muslim Missionary Society Singapore, was founded in 1932 by the Roving Ambassador of Peace from Meerut (India), Moulana Abdul Aleem Siddique. Continuing Moulana’s legacy, vision and mission is to serve the community and to provide welfare services to the less privileged and disadvantaged of all races and faiths.
Over the decades, Jamiyah has expanded with several enhanced programmes and services to address the ever-changing needs of the community. As such, Jamiyah’s history since its establishment is replete with significant milestones that mark its achievements in services that include its welfare homes, education centres, and welfare services.
Jamiyah would not have succeeded without the support and cooperation of various stakeholders such as members of the public, philanthropic and organisations, business community, community and faith leaders, donors, and government bodies.
Intended use of funds through the YFC 2018 programme
The funds will be fully used to purchase basic food items (about 12 items) for Jamiyah Food Bank during running out of food items for poor and needy families and their children and other necessary items such as school bags, school stationery items and nutritious food for young children including infants.
Engaging and involving the YFC participants
Jamiyah Singapore will organise briefing sessions to the volunteers/teams and arrange to visit its Food Bank Welfare Homes and Centres. Literature on Jamiyah’s history and mission/vision will also be provided.