Due to the Covid-19 situation, the mosque office is closed indefinitely. Do contact our officers at 9466 7185, Mon-Fri 10am to 4pm.

Social Development Department

Al-Khair Mosque is one of the SD-lead mosques which facilitates MUIS zakat assistance. Muis zakat assistance is a complementary assistance to the poor and needy Muslims in Singapore. Potential applicants are highly encouraged to explore national financial assistance schemes such as ComCare by Social Service Office (SSO).


Who qualifies for Muis Zakat Financial Assistance?

A family or an individual (Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident) who fall under these categories:

1)     monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) is less than $400.

2)     suffering from chronic illness / kidney failure / physical or mental disabilities

3)     whose head of the family is currently in prison / DRC

4)     single parents in need of financial support

5)     elderly who do not have any financial support

For more information regarding Muis Zakat Financial Assistance, please click on this link:

How to apply?

Applications made at Al-Khair Mosque are only open to those residing in Choa Chu Kang, Teck Whye, Keat Hong and Yew Tee.

Please fill up the form in the link below or you can apply directly at the mosque.

(link to be given later)

For further enquiries, please contact at 67601139

SDO Farah ext 139

E-mail: farahr@alkhair.mosque.org.sg

or SDO Murni ext 131

E-mail: murnisa@alkhair.mosque.org.sg


What other support is available for the Zakat Beneficiaries?

In our efforts to outreach to the less privilege Muslim families, Al-Khair Mosque Social Development Department provides support beyond the financial assistance through distribution of Fidyah vouchers and groceries (subject to availability), conducting Islamic Learning Programme and Befriending service.

What is Befriending Service?

The Befriending service aims is to visit the homes of people such as low-income elderly, people suffering from chronic illnesses or people with disabilities (PWD). Most of the time, these group of people are identified as at risk of having low social support, and isolated from the community due to their prevailing conditions.

Our Befrienders play a crucial role in providing companionship and offer emotional support to our Zakat Beneficiaries through regular home visits.

How to be a Befriender?

A Befriender should be:

1)     Above 21 years old Healthy and fit for befriending duties

2)     Healthy and fit to carry out Befriending duties

3)     Singaporean/PR Muslim with the following qualities

i) Empathetic, reliable and committed

ii) Humble & non-judgemental

iii) Have high integrity and respect for Zakat Beneficiaries’ confidentiality

Please click on the link below to apply as a Befriender: