The Islamic Education Fund (IEF) - for part-time religious classes at mosque madrasahs - was launched in 2004 with the following key objectives:
To widen outreach to young Muslims and ensure that no child is deprived of Islamic Education due to financial difficulties
To develop a quality Islamic education system via the aLIVE programmes by building capacity of mosque madrasahs and teachers.
More than 2000 students, 500 teachers and 27 aLIVE centres/mosque madrasahs have benefited from the IEF every year since its inception, in the form of fee subsidies, training grants, centre support grants and funding for outreach programmes
|Category||Type of Grants||Criteria||Total Amount|
|1||Funding for Families||Needy Students Grant||For families from a household of monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) of $0-500.||Maximum madrasah fee subsidy of $300/student/year and subsidy of up to 90% on misc. items (Books, Uniforms, etc.) capped at $100/student/year)|
|2||Family Support Rebate||For families from a household of monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) of $501-750 and with 2 or more children in mosque madrasah.||Subsidy of two months' school fees per child per year, capped at $30/student/month.|
Click here (PDF, 478KB) to view the infographics.
Please download the Islamic Education Fund 2016 application form here (PDF, 373KB).
All applications are to be submitted to the mosque that your children are enrolled in.
For any other queries, please email to email@example.com or contact your nearest mosque madrasah.
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Last updated on 16/1/2018