MADE is a Muslim-led movement of young people who want to see our community leading the fight against global poverty and injustice.
MADE has been inspiring young people through informing them about issues of social justice, raising awareness about the Islamic perspective on poverty, global hunger, Fairtrade, workers’ rights and the environment.
MADE has also enabled young people to build on this knowledge to take action, through providing specific tools and training including advocacy skills, through supporting youth-led campaigns, and through leading on ground-breaking initiatives.
More than 70% of young British Muslims say their faith is key to encouraging their activism. It says in the Quran
“Indeed God does not change
the condition of people until they change what is
This verse continues to motivate the intentions and work of MADE, and the young people who take action – both to make changes within themselves and to make a difference to the wider world.
The Charity’s Objectives are for the public benefit and are designated:
a) The prevention or relief of poverty
b) The advancement of education
c) The advancement of citizenship or community development
d) The promotion of religious harmony and equality and diversity
e) The relief of those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage.
A movement of conscious Muslim youth striving for a just and sustainable world.
To inspire and enable young British Muslims to take positive action for social and environmental injustice.
MADE will continue to deliver campaigning and overseas volunteering training programmes to its charity partner network.