Formed in 2015, the Blessings To All team seeks to engage Indian Muslims in meaningful community projects to enable us to share our blessings and spread the noble values of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).
As Michael Hart has indicated in his book, “The 100: A ranking of the most influential persons in history” that Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W) is ranked as Number One as he is the only person in the history, who has been discovered to be exceptionally successful on both the secular and religious levels.
Thus, the programme has aimed to emulate the noble characters of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W), which includes kindness and hospitality.
Projects organised by the team seek to encourage youths and adults to be caring and compassionate individuals by engaging them in community service. These projects allow volunteers to give back to the society, and promote racial and religious harmony in our multi-racial Singapore.
Engaging Indian Muslims in meaningful community service that spreads compassion and promotes racial and religious harmony in Singapore.
To be an exemplary caring, compassionate and inclusive community that serves the society with the noble values (taught by our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.)).
Blessings To All team was formed in December 2015, to share its blessings with the society. The first project proposed by the team was a Eidul Adha Family Carnival 2016 in Spetember, following a discussion session with IMSSA’s Director, Ustaz Shaik Ali Baqavi, and President of Central North Mosque Cluster (CNMC), Haji Paiman. However, the event was postponed to a later date.
Following that, the team initiated many campaigns and projects to share its blessings with the community and inculcate good values in the Indian Muslim youths.
The first of which was the ‘In the Footsteps of My Beloved Series: Rabbiul Awwal 1438’ in December 2016. The series comprised of:
♦ Baking of Cupcakes for Neighbours
♦ Environmentalist Challenge @ East Coast Park (ECP)
♦ Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W)’s Teaching Methods Seminar
♦ Helping at Soup kitchen @Willing Hearts
♦ Organising activities for residents at Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled
Subsequently, the team organised the following events:
|2.||New Year Celebrations with Bishan Home residents||December 2016|
|3.||Chinese New Year Celebrations with needy residents in Ang Mo Kio||January 2017|
|4.||Kindness Project @ Marsiling||April 2017|
|5.||Ramadan Soul Recharge Series||April-June 2017|
|6.||Monthly visit to Bishan Home||April 2017|
|7.||“Raya Kueh Collection” Donation Drive||June 2017|
|Monthly Bishan Home visit||July 2017|
|ASSISSI Hospice Visit||August 2017|
|Handicaps Welfare Association Visit||September 2017|
|Hari Raya Haji Festivities Project||September 2017|
|Monthly Bishan Home visit||October 2017|
|Deepavali Festivities Project||October 2017|
|Monthly Bishan Home visit||November 2017|
|Christmas Festivities Project
IMSSA RLA comprises of:
1. Meaningful projects for needy families during festivities (New Year, Chinese New Year, Eidul Fitr, Deepavali, Eidul Adha, Christmas)
2. Monthly visits to Homes
3. Adhoc visits to organisations such as:
○ Singapore Association for the Deaf
○ ASSISI Hospice
○ Handicaps Welfare Association
Blessings To All team aims to engage its volunteers in community service activities, minimum once a month. Hence, the team has been organising monthly home visits. Moreover, Blessings To All team has been carrying out Festive Needy Projects, to share the blessings with all during festivities.
If you have any queries, come and visit us on Sunday between 2.00pm-6.30pm at
⇒ Masjid Darul Makmur and Masjid An-Nahdhah; Level 2, respectively
Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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