Rehab & Welfare/ Zakat Request

Rehab & Welfare (Zakah) Office will be open for services on ONLY the 1st Saturday of every month from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at our MCC-Elston Masjid.

No application will be accepted after 10:30 am.

The MCC Office is not responsible for any distribution of money and does not keep any money in the Office.

Please DO NOT call the MCC office for any questions related to your Zakat application.

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Zakat Mission Statement:

Zakat expenditures are only for the poor and for the needy and for those employed to collect [zakat] and for bringing hearts together [for Islam] and for freeing captives [or slaves] and for those in debt and for the cause of Allah and for the [stranded] traveler – an obligation [imposed] by Allah. And Allah is Knowing and Wise”. – Holy Quran 9:60

The Rehabilitation and Welfare Committee seeks to distribute the Zakat, Sadaqa and Fitrah funds given in good faith to MCC by members of the community. Zakat is the obligatory giving of charity placed upon all Muslims with the means to do so. Sadaqa is the non-obligatory giving of charity a Muslim can offer at any time. Zakat-al-Fitrah is obligatory on all Muslims and must be paid annually before the end of the month of Ramadhan. We strive to offer assistance to all regardless of background or religious following. Our goal is to do our part in improving the welfare of our local community by distributing these funds in compliance with Islam and MCC Guidelines.

Project Rizq Mission Statement:

Here at Project Rizq we aim to strengthen our faith by fulfilling our obligation to our neighbors. Our goal is to provide a support network for the needy among our own Chicagoland community. Allah is “Ar-Razzaq”, “The Provider”, and He determines our rizq, or sustenance. Rizq can be defined as encompassing anything that brings benefits or goodness to us. What we receive as our rizq should be spent or used, in a responsible manner to benefit not only ourselves but also those around us. Poverty in the land of abundance is a shameful phenomenon, and we aim to tackle this phenomenon.

Jamaat Timings

March 16th to March 31th
  • Fajr
    06:00 AM
    06:00 AM
  • Zuhr
    01:30 PM
    1:15 PM
  • Asr
    05:30 PM
    05:30 PM
  • Magrib
  • Isha
    08:45 PM
    09:00 PM

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