One of the wonderful ways you can help the Mosque is by remembering us in your will
Having a will is an important Islamic duty
“It is the duty of a Muslim who has anything to bequeath not to let two nights pass without writing a will about it.” (Sahih al-Bukhari)
When you die you want to ensure those who are left behind know your wishes, and that your Islamic duties are fulfilled. This should include taking care of funeral expenses and leaving inheritance for family members according to the guidance in the Qur’an.
You can also leave something to charity (sadaqah). We hope you would consider leaving a gift to help the Mosque after you die.
What to do next
If you don’t have a will, you should consider making one as soon as possible. If you already have a will, and would like to include a gift for the East London Mosque, you could simply add a codicil.
You can get independent advice about writing a will that complies with the Qur’an and legally valid under English Law from 1st Ethical: www.1stethical.com.
If you’re considering leaving a legacy for the East London Mosque and would like to discuss the matter, please contact our Fundraising Team on 020 7650 3008 or email at email@example.com