The Friends of CMC are an international community of men and women committed to the work of the College. By making a regular donation to support the College, each Friend helps to maximise the impact of its work and build its long-term future.
To demonstrate the signifiance of regular giving: 1,000 people donating £15 a month would cover a fifth of our yearly budget.
Singing from CMC Retreat 2016
Every Friend of CMC will be eligible to receive an exclusive invitation to an annual retreat with our Dean, Abdal Hakim Murad, as well as other special guests and speakers at cost price. The past two years retreats took place in Cambridge at the end of March.
The Friends of CMC also work to spread information about CMC and its work. They are a vital pillar in building an institution our whole community can be proud of and benefit from.
Donate and become a Friend of CMC
To become a Friend of CMC, set up a regular donation through our secure online platform today or create a standing order using the information here.
Every donation helps. If you are unable to commit to a regular donation, you can make a single donation here.
Friends of CMC come from all backgrounds, and all walks of life:
“An investment in CMC is an investment in the future of my own children. As a father of two young children it is my paramount duty to ensure that my children have the opportunity to fulfil their potential both academically and spiritually in harmony with the Prophetic tradition. This is unlikely to happen unless we have long-term access to stable institutions that are consistently furnished with a highly skilled and effective leadership. I firmly believe that CMC, with its hugely talented management team and authentic vision, is the primary UK-based institution that can help build and sustain this critical pipeline.”
– Imran Ahmed, Software Developer
“I am a convert who recently moved back to the UK. I am continually inspired and amazed by the breadth of the work of the CMC both in its teaching and with its outreach activities in the local community. I have seen first-hand the value of its role in integrating traditional Islamic Scholarship with the life that we are living in today. It is a very dynamic college which is continually expanding its diverse web of interests for students, the local community and plays an increasing role in supporting converts nationally.”
– Joanna Fatima, Mother of Two