ESTABLISHING A HUB FOR THE MUSLIM COMUNITY OF BRISBANE

ESTABLISHING A HUB FOR THE MUSLIM COMUNITY OF BRISBANE

A Permanent Home for Prayer, Worship, Enlightenment, Unity and Interfaith Collaboration Resting in the Heart of the Brisbane CBD.

Donation Required: $800,000

763,000

800,000

0

Property Repayment

0

Mosque Renovation

200,000

As of 12 / 04 / 2021

Keep Your Legacy Alive

For Our Present-Day Community | For Our Future Generations

We Are Humbly Asking For Your Generosity

A Contribution That Costs Less Than a Cup of Coffee Is Enough to Raise Something Extraordinary

$1000

in 10 Months

$100

a Month

$3.33

a Day

Keep Your Legacy Alive

For Our Present-Day Community | For Our Future Generations

We Are Humbly Asking For Your Generosity

A Contribution That Costs Less Than a Cup of Coffee Is Enough to Raise Something Extraordinary

$1000

in 10 Months

$100

a Month

$3.33

a Day

1/138 Albert St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Empower The Community and Start Your legacy

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Commonwealth Bank

BSB: 064 159
Account Number: 104 11 460
Account Name: Brisbane CBD Muslim Inc.
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S
Branch Address: 16 Kerry Road, Acacia Ridge, QLD, 4110

Commonwealth Bank

BSB: 064 159
Account Number: 104 11 460
Account Name: Brisbane CBD Muslim Inc.
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S
Branch Address: 16 Kerry Road, Acacia Ridge, QLD, 4110

Nurture You Legacy

Over the past three decades, we've battled our way to acquiring a dedicated mosque for our Muslim Brisbanites and visitors.
We struggled through countless trials before finally achieving something extraordinary -- something you now proudly own.

However, we still need your help.

After a year of raising funds to acquire the facility, we still need to pay off a large debt for the acquisition as well as raise funds to undertake much needed renovations to bring make the vision a reality.

The City Mosque Journey

2009 - 2010

A group of visionaries teamed up to form a non-profit committee dedicated to finding a solution. In 2010, they made an arrangement with an Indonesian Church for Friday prayer, catering to 300 worshipers over two sessions.

2016

An unfortunate turn of events took place for the Brisbane muslim community. The Indonesian church decided to sell their establishment, leaving 450 muslims stranded with no place for Friday prayers.

2020

A permanent facility was finally secured, Brisbane Community Education Center (BCEC), Easing the hardship of 450 + Muslims to find their permanent city Mosque.

Future

We aim to renovate the premises into an A-Grade facility that the Brisbane community can be proud of and establish for generations to come.

1990 - 2009

Over 15,000 Muslims living in Brisbane City and surrounding areas drift anywhere from the botanical park and QUT Garden Point campus to office spaces and city nook and crannies to perform Jummah. Muslim tourists face the same dilemma too.

2013

A second venue was established underneath a kebab shop in the city. This Musallah provided a small space for daily salaah and some additional capacity for Friday prayers.

2017

After months of searching, our Muslim community found temporary respite at Metro Arts Queensland where we were granted access to hold Friday prayers for worshipers for two years. During this time, the committee decided to search for a permanent solution.

Present Day

With your generous contributions we have been able to secure the facility, however there is a large debt to pay off and need more support.

The City Mosque Journey

1990 - 2009

Over 15,000 Muslims living in Brisbane City and surrounding areas drift anywhere from the botanical park and QUT Garden Point campus to office spaces and city nook and crannies to perform Jummah. Muslim tourists face the same dilemma too.

2009 - 2010

A group of visionaries teamed up to form a non-profit commitee dedicated to finding a solution. In 2010, they made an arrangenment with an indonesian Church for friday prayer, catering over 300 worshipers every two sessions.

2013

A second venue was established underneath a kebab shop in the city. This Musallah provided a small space for daily salaah and some additional capacity for Friday prayers.

2016

An unfortunate turn of events took place for the Brisbane muslim community. The Indonesian church decided to sell their establishment, leaving 450 muslims stranded with no place for Friday prayers.

2017

After months of searching, our Muslim community found temporary respite at Metro Arts Queensland where we were granted access to hold Friday prayers for worshipers for two years. During this time, the committee decided to search for a permanent solution.

2020

A permanent facility was finally secured, Brisbane Community Education Center (BCEC), Easing the hardship of 450 + Muslims to find their permanent city Mosque.

Present Day

With your generous contributions we have been able to secure the facility, however there is a large debt to pay off and need more support.

Future

An A-grade Facility that the Brisbane muslim community can be proud of and have establish for generation to come.

Through Your Contribution,
Over 10,000 Muslims Brisbanites Will:

Start a Ripple of Kindness, and You Will Have a Future Where Everyone Cares for One Another..

BCEC Opening Hours

Monday to Friday

7am - 6pm

After Hours

Fajr - Saturday and Sunday

How your Support Establishes a Community Hub

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Donation Required: $800,000

763,000

800,000

0

Property Repayment

0

Mosque Renovation

200,000

As of 12 / 04 / 2021

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