Islamic Education Fund (IEF)

The Islamic Education Fund (IEF) is a funding support scheme meant for part-time religious classes at mosque madrasahs which was launched in 2004 with the following key objectives:

  • Funding for Families - To widen outreach to young Muslims and ensure that no child is deprived of Islamic Education due to financial difficulties.

  • Funding for Centres - To develop a quality Islamic education system via the aLIVE programmes by building capacity of mosque madrasahs and teachers.

More than 4000 students, 800 teachers and 38 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.

Funding for Families (FFF) is a financial assistance from Muis, to assist eligible families to fund their children’s enrolment in the aLIVE programme.  The IEF provides fee subsidies to help defray the cost.

IEF - Funding for Families (FFF) Per Capita Income (PCI) Criteria & Subsidy
Tier 1 - Needy Student Grant (NSG) $0 < PCI < $500

- Maximum mosque madrasah fee subsidy of $420 per student per year.

90% of miscellaneous fees, capped at $100 per student per year.

Student will receive $520 (max) yearly


Tier 2 - Family Support Rebate (FSR) $501 < PCI < $750

- Two months mosque madrasah fee subsidy of up to $35 per month per student.

- Student will receive $70 (max) yearly

Parents can start applying for the Islamic Education Fund (IEF) online via

Parents are to ensure a confirmed enrolment at the mosque for the following year before applying for IEF.

For any other queries, please email to or contact the aLIVE Administrator at your nearest mosque madrasah.