The actual cost of learning is never covered by fees charged. This is rarely the case in mainstream education and will never be the case in Islamic Education. Yet, while we feel tuition rates need to be kept affordable so learning is accessible by all, we cannot accept compromise in quality of teaching, services and output. This is where you come in.
We have to support education because we are its ultimate beneficiaries. Education supports the Ummah locally and globally. This affects us, our children, and our future generations. To keep the edge in Islamic education, KF depends on contributions from alumni, parents, community friends, and other well-wishers to support our work and to ensure its development and growth. Philanthropic support combined with networking and volunteer activities create the KF and EC that can prepare the scholars, leaders and community that we need.
It’s all Sadaqah Jariyah… The beauty of Sadaqa Jariyah is that you will receive its reward perpetually for as long as people benefit from your giving. The Prophet g said: “When a man passes away, his good deeds will also come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (perpetual charity); beneficial knowledge, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased)” Narrated by Muslim Therefore multiply your deeds even further by giving to one of our unique schemes. Help KF deliver its vision to see “a world educated in how best to serve Allah and His creation”.
You can support us by contributing towards the following schemes:
A comprehensive package that will cover fees, accommodation, and an annual stipend. This will only be available for undergraduate level students studying the Alimiyyah Programme.
Enable Khalil foundation to support the best talent for Islamic Studies. Ensure no worthy student has to drop out from Islamic studies due to financial difficulties. Keep learning accessible by keepings top-up fees affordable for average Muslim families.
This year we subsidised £203K worth of course fees for Islamic education. This is a vital service to enable Muslim students to carry on with their Islamic studies.
This fund awards hardship grants to students who are unable to finance their studies and have not received a studentship. Each year many students apply for a course but cannot afford the cost of studying, or begin a course but are forced to drop out due to unexpected financial difficulties. The grants will be awarded on a needs basis subject to means testing. The fund will be operated as a general fund that will take charitable gifts and donations including Zakah of all amounts.
Khalil Foundation has a portfolio of community development & Da’wah projects.
By supporting students who are future leaders, Imams, scholars, and teachers, every donor becomes a pioneer and revolutionary making a significant impact to the future of Muslims and his/ her own aakhirah.