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Founded by members of the Yemeni community, one of the oldest Muslim communities to settle in the UK, the Muath Trust plays a pivotal role in promoting community cohesion and supporting Birmingham’s diverse communities through capacity-building programmes and encouraging its members to play a more effective role within society.
Since its inception, the Muath Trust has strived to offer high quality education and training and provided essential services that cater to the needs of Birmingham’s rich and diverse population.
In order to ensure the health and well-being of all members of the local community, the Muath Trust has provided facilities that are suitable and are accessible by everyone since its inception. The Trust refurbished and opened the Sports Hall and developed an Indoor Games Room for young people in 1993.
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For over 30 years, Muath Trust has been at the forefront of the spiritual, educational and communal needs of the local community. With your support, we can help even more.
The Muath Trust in partnership with Hall Green NNS are addressing the challenges faced by the Digital Divide through an exciting Digital Inclusion Programme. The aim of this Project is to help individuals aged 50 and over, benefit from getting…
The Muath Trust’s Covid-19 Community Hub, in partnership with Hall Green Neighbourhood Network Scheme, in response to the challenges of Covid-19, supports the over 50’s and families living in Sparkbrook, Sparkhill and Balsall Heath.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Trust decided to close all schools in mid-March 2020 with a view to protect the health and wellbeing of children and staff. The lockdown and the worsening crisis meant the chances of resuming normal…