The Islamic Society of Britain

aims to bring people individuals together to provide services and projects, inspired by our faith, to local communities

Eid message from Khalid Anis, Chair of Islamic Society of Britain

Photograph by Hanan Muhammad, winner of our Ramadan 21 Photography Competition

Order our Eid cards for your family and friends!

We are delighted to offer all our members, past members and volunteers to obtain a specially commissioned Eid Mubarak card to celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan.

The card includes pictures of the winners of the Ramadan Photography Competition by age category.

We are offering the cards in packs of 5 @ £5.00 or pack of 10 @ £7.00. This covers the cost of designing, printing and postage. Any surplus will be used to support ISB projects.

Photography Competition - Winner Announced!

We are delighted to announce the winners of the ISB Ramadan 21 Photography Competition. We had many high-quality entries in all the age categories. The entries were judged by Tayyibah Hewitt, a professional photographer and graphic designer.

Overall winner: Hanan Muhammad, 22+

Runners up:
• Aisha Rehman, 17-
22 category
• Sehr Ahmed, 8-13 category
• Halima Anis, 13-17 category

Membership Survey 2021

ISB Membership Survey was conducted from mid-January 2021 to early March 2021. The survey was sent out to over a 1000 people – a mix of current and past members, those who have donated to ISB, and to people who may have attended or participated in an ISB event in the past.

To encourage more participation a free prize draw for a Ramadan food hamper was introduced in late February 2021. 94 people responded to the survey.

There were five key themes that emerged from the report:
  • ISB Values
  • Communications
  • Technology
  • Membership
  • Policies


Following this survey, we are launching a number of focus groups to develop key themes emerging from the report. If you want to get involved, please register your interest via the link below.

Who we are

We are individuals. We are volunteers – people offering time, skill and resource in many areas of the country. We are British, who want to take care of our country, its people and values. We are a membership body of Muslims, who put together projects and offer services inspired by our faith, to help, serve and bring good for all people.

Membership fees and charitable contributions fund the vast majority of our work, the remainder coming from funds raised for projects, and individuals donating their time and resources towards our aims.

What we do

The Islamic Society of Britain has played an important and positive part in how British Muslims think about their faith.

Some of our innovative activities often broke new ground, emboldening and empowering many others to create projects of their own.

The official aims of the Islamic Society of Britain are:

Ramadan 2021 Programme

We have a full programme of virtual events throughout Ramadan for all the family

Our Zakat:
Where the Need is Greatest

ISB Manchester Feed the Homeless


Campus provides 16 - 25 year olds a space to explore their faith
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Young Muslims

YM educates 9 - 16 year olds through fun activities
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Schools Project

The ISB Schools project provides interactive workshops in schools
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