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Dine@Mine:evening for ladies: annual interfaith event of fun and generosity

Islamic Society of Britain - Leicester

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Leicester’s Dine@Mine project began during national Islam
Awareness Week six years ago, and has become an annual interfaith event. So far
Dine@Mine has donated over £5,000 to Rainbows and other local charities, and
seen plenty of laughter with good food and company.

 

Next Dine@Mine event: On Wednesday, 28th November
2012, a special evening will be held at a restaurant where Muslim ladies are
encouraged to invite and pay for a friend of any other faith or none. There is
no other event quite like Dine@Mine bringing together ladies of diverse
backgrounds in a relaxed and fun-filled atmosphere. During the evening, an
auction is held, usually raising about a £1,000 on the night. The money raised
is sent to the local charity, Rainbows – the East Midlands’ hospice for
children and young people.

 

To find out more about the next Dine@Mine event on Wednesday 28th
November, please email leicester@isb.org.uk.

Do you have questions about Dine@Mine:evening for ladies: annual interfaith event of fun and generosity? Contact Islamic Society of Britain - Leicester

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A Leicester restaurant



Organiser

Islamic Society of Britain - Leicester

The Islamic Society of Britain is a community based charity and not-for-profit company. Established in 1990, we were one of the first organisations that sought to evolve a uniquely British flavour to Islam.

In order for this to happen we felt that Muslims would have to think seriously about understanding their faith in a British context.

Our aims are:

  • To promote greater understanding and awareness of Islam
  • To organise, educate and enhance the development of British Muslim communities
  • To encourage positive contribution to British society and the promotion of social justice

We are one of the largest national networks of British Muslim volunteers, successfully harnessing the broad skills base of our members, who hail from a variety of backgrounds – ‘stay at home’ mums and dads as well as doctors, lawyers, teachers…

Members directly elect the President along with a National Policy Board (Shura) that overlooks the direction and policies of the organisation. A National Executive overlooks the operation and delivery of projects. Locally, members also elect a Branch President and set up working committees to direct local voluntary work.

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 Islamic Society of Britain views Islam as a religion of peace and a continuation of age-old teachings from God to humanity. Not as a new religion, but as a way of life that has a strong focus – in spiritual terms on the worship of one God, and in social terms on justice and equity between people.

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