Wakaf Ilmu

You can reap the benefits of sadaqah jariyah and become a wakif by donating to Wakaf Ilmu today.

Leave a legacy by supporting Islamic education in Singapore

By contributing to Wakaf Ilmu, you will help to:

  • Nurture future imams and religious leaders
  • Empower Muslims to be resilient and filled with taqwa (obedience to God) through Islamic education programmes
  • Provide a stable source of income to madrasahs and reduce the pressure for them to fundraise and seek donations each year
  • Boost social development and social equity for our community

In return, you will receive:

  • Blessings in your life and for your hereafter. As narrated in the Holy Quran (2:274):Those who spend their wealth in charity day and night, secretly and openly—their reward is with their Lord, and on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.”
  • A legacy that continues sending you rewards even after your death. As narrated by Abu Hurairah, Prophet Muhammad s.a.w said: "When a man dies, all his good deeds come to an end except three: Ongoing charity (sadaqah jariyah), knowledge from which benefit is gained, and a righteous child who prays for him."

Through Wakaf Ilmu, you contribute sadaqah jariyah, sponsor beneficial education, and benefit from beneficiaries who make dua for you.

Madrasah Al-Ma'arif Al-Islamiah Students at Madrasah Al-Ma'arif Al-Islamiah

How it works

Your contribution to Wakaf Ilmu is pooled together with other wakifs’ contributions and invested in shariah-compliant capital-guaranteed instruments and properties. Muis distributes the revenue generated to various madrasahs in Singapore.

Madrasahs use proceeds from Wakaf Ilmu to:

  • Fund their learning and development programmes for students
  • Sponsor teachers in pursuing professional development
  • Pay for administrative and operational expenses
  • Build reserve funds for emergencies

Is there a minimum contribution?

There is no minimum amount required to contribute to Wakaf Ilmu. You can contribute any amount based on your goodwill and ability. Wakifs will receive the following tokens of appreciation upon making their donation.

Amount Contributed What You'll Get
Below S$1,000 • Receipt
S$1,000 and above • Receipt
• Certificate
• Annual Statement
S$10,000 and above • Receipt
• Certificate
• Annual Statement
• Option to indicate preferred beneficiary
S$100,000 and above • Receipt
• Certificate
• Annual Statement
• Option to indicate preferred beneficiary
• Option to name your Wakaf

How to contribute to Wakaf Ilmu

You can make your contribution online today, or through the various platforms below.

We thank you in advance for your generous giving.

  • Wakaf Ilmu pledge form (English / Malay)
  • Payment at Muis—273 Braddell Road, Level 2, Singapore 579702 (Tel: 6359 1199)
  • Mosques:
    • • Masjid Al-Falah @ Orchard (Tel: 6235 3172)

      • Masjid An-Nur @ Woodlands (Tel: 6363 1383)

      • Masjid Al-Mukminin @ Jurong East (Tel: 6567 7777)

      • Masjid Darul Aman @ Jalan Eunos (Tel: 6744 5544)

      • Masjid Darul Ghufran @ Tampines (Tel: 6786 5545)

  • GIRO
  • CIMB Click (for CIMB account holders only)
  • AXS stations—click here to locate the nearest AXS station

Aside from ukhrawi subjects, Madrasah Al-Arabiah emphasises on academic subjects like science and mathematics, and offers STEM programmes such as coding, robotics, and research programmes. We hope to nurture not just asatizahs, but also scientists, engineers, and scholars who will bear the challenges of the 21st century. Support from the community is essential and has made our aspirations thus far possible.”

Principal, Madrasah Al-Arabiah


Through contributions from Wakaf Ilmu, Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah underwent upgrading works in 2017 as the compound we had was almost 20 years old. Besides being worn out over time, our compound lacked facilities and digital capabilities to keep up with the rapid growth of technology. We have since built science labs and classrooms fitted with digital tools, among others, to ensure that our students are more prepared and remain competent in today’s society.”

Former Principal, Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah 

aLIVE programme Students of the aLIVE programme, a part-time madrasah programme at mosques and a beneficiary of Wakaf Ilmu.