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Ramadan Prisoners Project

Campaign

Ramadan Prisoners Project

Ramadan Prisoners Project

"O son of Adam, were you to come to Me with sins nearly as great as the earth and were you then to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring you forgiveness nearly as great as it” (Al-Tirmidhi)

As Muslims fast this Ramadan and enjoy the heightened sense of spirituality the month brings, it is important to remember not all Muslims enjoy the same freedoms.

Prison is geared to be a time to reflect. Ramadan is an even greater opportunity for Muslim prisoners to strengthen their path to goodness. As part of our UK Development Programme we launched the Prisoners Project in 2012 to help ease prisoner's journey to reform.

This includes providing prisoners with the tools to practice their faith with ease. From providing prayer mats to Islamic literature, these simple resources will help our brothers and sisters with their rehabilitation during Ramadan.

Ramadan Prisoners Project

With your generous donations, help us distribute

9000 prisoners packs

Our Prisoners Project was a resounding success last year. With the support of our donors, we reached out to 9364 prisoners across London the West Midlands and Wales. The campaign held a strong sentiment amongst our supporters. It showed us here at Muslim Aid of their unwavering compassion and further encouraged us to work even harder for our 2016 campaign, in order to reach more this year.

Muslims are tremendously overrepresented in the UK prison population. There are currently 12,160 (11,939 Males and 221 Females) Muslim prisoners in England and Wales. In London 14% (2583) of the Prison population is Muslim. Nationwide, the Muslim prison population has grown by a momentous 122% since 2002 while the total prison population increased by 20% (BBC). Sadly, these numbers continuously increase yearly.

This year, Muslim Aid aims to assist Muslim prisoners by providing essential material that will help them cope and feel less isolated. This is based on the fact that prisoners have demonstrated how Ramadan and community support helped them to cope with prison life, display less aggression and develop self-discipline around prayer, ablution and recitation of the Qur'an.

With your support, we can help a prisoner feel less isolated. By donating to a prisoner’s pack you can help them make their transition from prison life to the outside world that much easier.

With your support, we can help a prisoner feel less isolated. By donating to a prisoner’s pack you can help them make their transition from prison life to the outside world that much easier.

your donations provide

Ramadan Prisoners Pack

English translation of Qur’an
Prayer mat
Hijab (for female prisoners)
Prayer hat (for male prisoners)
Tasbih (prayer beads)
Miswak
Atar (non-alcoholic perfume)
Eid Card
Seerah Booklet
99 names of Allah poster
Alarm clock
Literature
Donate £10 today
  • 19 Jun 2015 update Ramadan Prisoners Pack

    Ramadan Packs 2015

    We have distributed over 9360 prisoner packs this year to various prisons all over the U.K.

  • 12 Jun 2014 update Ramadan Prisoners Pack

    We hope to distribute 5000 Ramadan Prisoners Packs this year. You can support us by donating £10 for a pack which includes a Prayer mat, Quran, Miswak, Tasbih and much more.

    • Prisoners Pack 2014 Content
    • Prisoners Pack 2014 Content
    • Prisoners Pack 2014 Content
    • Prisoners Pack 2014 Content
  • 31 May 2014 update 2012 distribution of the Ramadan Packs

    Ramadan Packs

    During Ramadan 2012, we provided over 2,000 Muslim prisoners with Packs aimed to help them spiritually throughout the Holy month. From prayer mats to Islamic literature, these simple resources helped to support our brothers and sisters through their rehabilitation. The packs made a huge impact on their lives, aiding their development in self-discipline through prayer and helping them to feel less isolated.