CSMA Birmingham provides the following services for all communities:
CSMA Birmingham provide the advancement of education in IT, English Language, Careers Advice, Faith, Health, Dietary and other community related needs. We provide free training and classes for people who would like to enhance e.g. their IT skills (MS Windows, MS Office) or English Languages (Improving Speaking etc). For the Health and Dietary we hold small events or meetings and times we work with other organisations and professionals.
CSMA Birmingham provide free bereavement support to all communitees. We provide advisory support with step-by-step instructions for dealing with deaths at home and the hospital. We help in rapid release, digital autopsy and work with the funeral director for burials. Furthermore we offer free funeral service for the needy and poor, for the Muslim community we do the funeral ourselves with our own vehicles and for other faiths as long as it is burial we can work with organisations. We have setup a Muslim Burial Fund for the less fortunate where CSMA Birmingham try to help out with the burial costs.
CSMA Birmingham work with other charitable organisations such as “Unite in Virtue” for the Food Banks. We are committed to helping the hungry, providing hope for those facing hardship and working together to build and sustain more positive communities. On average, we help feed more than 200 people every weekend at the food bank in Birmingham. Our Food Banks are open to all communities.
Our volunteers take time out of their busy schedule to cook hot meals, sandwiches, snacks and provide water, along with warm clothing, blankets and sleeping bags that have been donated. We also hand them out to the homeless and distribute food to whoever is in need of it.
Orphanages across the world are in need of aid and support. CSMA Birmingham helps orphanages with food, education, facilities, fresh water and social activities.
We have donated and volunteered at orphanages in Palestine, Tanzania, Kenya and Bangladesh.
We offer food donations and emergency funds to help tackle the most severe situations, such as the Grenfell Tower fire in London, monsoon floods in Bangladesh, and the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar.