Shaw University Mosque is always looking for dedicated volunteers to help make our programs a success. If you have some time and would like to help, please fill out the form below and someone will contact you. Thank you and may Allah reward you.
- Masjid Cleanup
- Da’wa Program
- Anything else you can help us with
Please fill out this form and email it to us at email@example.com
or bring it to the Masjid’s office.
BE PART OF THE COMMUNITY:
Shaw Masjid is an exciting and rewarding place for change. Get involved by volunteering, becoming an intern or by contributing with your ideas.
YOU can make a difference by teaming up with others.
“Not equal are the believers who are sitting, except those with disability to those who strive in the cause of Allah with their money and their selves. Allah has granted a grade higher to those who strive with their money and selves than to those who are sitting.” (Quran 4:95)
Shaw Masjid values its relationship with its volunteers. An hour a week could help!
Please call the office of more information 919-995-1860 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is not sufficient that sincere volunteering individuals work separately in scattered areas, though their effort and work will be rewarded on the Day of Judgment by God, for God does not disregard the efforts of man or woman. Every individual will be rewarded for his actions according to his intention and perfection of his work: [And whosoever does good equal to the weight of an atom, shall see it]
In the contemporary circumstances of the Muslim Ummah, individual work will not be enough for bridging the gap and realizing the aspired hope. Collective work is a must, as it is ordained by Islam and necessitated by reality.
Islam calls for jama’ah (organized and collective work) and opposes isolation and straying as God’s Hand is with the jama’ah and he who strays shall stray into Hell. It is only the stray and isolated sheep that the wolf attacks. A prayer is not valid if the worshipper performs it separately from the congregation or stands ahead of the line. A believer to another believer is like one firm building, one strengthening and supporting the other. Cooperation in righteousness and piety is one of the obligations of the religion, and the mutual teaching of truth and patience is one of the preconditions of saving oneself from loss in this world and the Hereafter.
The sheer state of affairs makes it inevitable for a hopefully fruitful work to be done collectively. It takes two hands to clap, and one is weak by himself, strong by his fellows. Great achievements are only made through concerted efforts.
Please fill the form now to volunteer for your community: