Best Women’s Service 2022 Finalists

Category #5 – Best Women’s Service

This category is seeking to award the Mosque or a team associated with the Mosque that works to support the spiritual, emotional or intellectual needs of women in the Mosque. The judges will be looking to award where there are programmes, services and outstanding facilities that cater exclusively for women and girls.

2021 winner: Rumi’s Cave (Link)

2020 winner: Ashford and Staines Mosque (Link)

2019 winner: Al Madina Mosque, The Hive. (Link)

2018 winner: Khizra Mosque (Link)

SHORTLISTED FINALISTS

Dawatal Islam Mosque

Since its inception in 2004, Dawatal Islam has continually served the Muslim community in Soothill, Batley.

Through offering daily prayers and a wide range of services, they have established strong ties with our residents and have strived to be of benefit to the wider areas of Batley.

Guidance Hub

Guidance Hub was established in 2015 to serve the community of Greater Manchester. Their objective is to build a vibrant, productive and prosperous society, focusing on education, spirituality and community.

Minhaj Ul Quran Birmingham

Minhaj-ul-Quran works to promote peace, tolerance, interfaith harmony and education, tackle extremism and terrorism, engage with young Muslims for religious moderation, promote women’s rights, development and empowerment, and provide social welfare and promotion of human rights.