Pieces of Peace

This project aims to share the beauty of Islam through kind gestures. How do we do this exactly? We simply deliver gifts like flowers, chocolates, brownies and all the other treats you could think of to the same ten people, every month, throughout the year. What makes these gifts so special is the fact that we’ll have reminders attached; whether it be a hadith or a Quran quote (with context) – both will help these ten people discover more about Islam in an easy way. By the end of this journey, they will receive a copy of the Quran (in English translation) to continue to learn more about Islam throughout their life if they choose to. Don’t worry, you can share the reward of helping someone discover Islam very soon! We recruit our subteam every year giving you the chance to do good. You can apply to Pieces of Peace’s sub-team during our recruitment time (keep a lookout). In the meanwhile, you can donate to this wonderful project and leave huge Sadaqa Jaariyah behind through even £1 - just contact @UBISOC or @piecesofpeaceproject social media. May we all meet in Jannah, Ameen

Freshers’ Week

Freshers Week is essentially Welcome Week at the University of Birmingham for new students. Students are introduced to the University with induction lectures and all Student Societies run a variety of events during Freshers Week to enable the new students to meet like minded people and make new friends.

Charity Week

The University of Birmingham Islamic Society runs Charity Week during Week 7 of Term (Start of November). We choose a charity and cause each year to fundraise for and then go all out in our efforts to raise more than the previous year. We organise a Charity Dinner, a sponsored climb, sell the iconic Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and much much more!

Discover Islam Week

Discover Islam Week is an annual campaign run by many Islamic Societies across the country to spread the message of Islam to everyone on campus over the course of a week.

Believe and Do Good (BADG)

BADG stands for "Believe and Do Good", a moral we should take with us everywhere in life. It is a month long initiative where we help out in the community as much as we can and give the charity of our time.

The Ramadan Project

Here at the University of Birmingham, the Islamic Society provides iftaar and taraweeh every single day in Ramadan to serve the Muslim students and create a beautiful community atmosphere.