The Abrahamic Foundation


The Abrahamic Foundation

The Abrahamic Foundation was established in 2009 to serve the diverse needs of the Muslim community.  It was founded by a group of scholars, teachers and other professional members of the community. The aim of the organization is to create a center that excels in providing high quality services in education, youth work, training, new Muslim provisions, and many other bespoke community services.

The Abrahamic Foundation is an inclusive organization and endeavors on serving the community regardless of color, race or ideological orientation.  The Abrahamic Foundation does not subscribe to any political ideology or Schools of thought. The Trustees represent different members of the Muslim community from different backgrounds and different races.


  • The Abrahamic Foundation offers a modern and fun syllabus that teaches children how to recite the Quran with Tajweed, Arabic language, memorization of essential prayers and a full Islamic studies course. We also have a tahfeedhul Quran class.
  • Conferences & Community Meetings:
    Monthly lectures delivered by national and international speakers, annual youth conference, monthly hadith and tafsir circles all open to the public
  • Projects aim to promote the values of Humanity, Equality, Aspiration and Respect in young people. The Abrahamic Foundation delivers a range of fun and sports clubs, trips, homework clubs, mentoring services and have a dedicated youth wing within the building.
  • A tuition center geared to develop children’s academic abilities and aspirations. The Learning Base consists of fully qualified teachers with an inspirational edge. Tutoring ranges from key stage 1-4, A levels and 11+ preparation.
  • Triggering outlook, understanding & reviving souls is our objective. The Abrahamic Foundation facilitates Hajj & Umrah trips with a focus on education and excellent on the ground service. Other destinations include Spain, Turkey, Palestine and Jordon.
  • The New Muslim Network (NMN):
    It is a gate for new Muslims to find a space to grow. From education to support networks and from mentoring to becoming inviters, the NMN is the place to be.
  • Women Circle:
    Community projects aimed at providing women an avenue to meet, share ideas and discuss issues. Activities include mother and toddler groups, study circles and more.


  • Address: 215 High Street, Smethwick, West Midlands, B66 3AH, UK
  • Phone: + 4 121 448 9800

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