Best Youth Service 2022 Finalists

Category #2 – Best Youth Service

This category look at Mosques that have developed programmes and or facilities for the Youth (under 18 male or female). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be assessing how Mosques adapted and still provided support to the youth in the community and what programmes they had in place post-lockdown.

Judges will be looking to see if there are testimonies from youth that use the services or facilities.

2021 winners: Lantern Academy (Link)

2020 winners: Hayes Muslim Centre (Link)

2019 winners: Guidance Hub, Manchester (Link)

2018 winners: Al Madina Mosque, Barking (Link)

SHORTLISTED FINALISTS

Al-Hayat Centre

Al-Hayat Centre was established in 2020 to serve the educational, spiritual and and religious needs of the burgeoning Muslim community of Southampton.

EMCA Mosque & Centre

EMCA Mosque & Centre, established in 1993, provides essential services to the Muslim community in London such as a prayer facility, lectures, Nikah services, after school classes, Ramadan, Eid celebrations and much more.

Masjid Al-Falaah

Masjid Al-Falaah was established in 1969 to serve the needs of the Muslim community in Aston, Birmingham.