Supporting the Community for over 20+ years

About the UMA

United Muslims of Australia

The United Muslims of Australia (UMA) is a non profit, community and Islamic Dawah organisation that focuses on reviving the Islamic spirit in people’s lives in accordance to the Quran and Sunnah within a balanced framework of Islamic teachings.

  • Provide Islamic lessons, forums, conferences and camps to Muslim youth that advocates the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
  • To preserve the identity of Muslim youth and help overcome the problems faced in modern Australian society.
  • To provide religious advice and meet the religious needs of the community.
  • To introduce Islam to non-Muslims in its purest form as a comprehensive system and way of life and provide new Muslims with advocacy and support.
  • To assist the Muslim community through training, communication and cooperation.
  • To represent the interests of the Islamic community at a local, state and national level.
  • To educate and mentor Muslim youth in order to become active and positive Australian citizens and role models of society.
  • To establish a relationship of dialogue, understanding and coordination between Muslim and non-Muslim organisations and community groups.

SMS Updates

Want to be updated on key events each year? SMS your phone number and name to one of the numbers below.

Brothers: 0416 000 862.

Sisters: 0404 806 767.

Support the UMA

Donations can be made online via Credit Card, PayPal, Direct Debit.

Sponsor the UMA

Your business can now sponsor the UMA, for more information, please click here

Be part of this new and exciting phase and invest in a continuous charity.

“When a person dies, all their deeds end except three: a continuing charity, beneficial knowledge and a child who prays for them.”
(Hadith, Muslim)

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& initiatives brochure

Our Promise to the Community

The UMA is an
organisation bringing
together communities
under shared values, with
a focus on serving the
community in Australia.

Aims and Objectives

To provide Muslim youth with a safe and secure environment through our multi-purpose youth centre to assist in providing cultural, educational, employment and recreational programs for young people.

Provide Islamic lessons. forums. conferences and camps to Muslim youth that advocates the Sunnah Of the Prophet Muhammad (saw)

To preserve the identity of Muslim youth to help them overcome the problems they face in modern Australian society.

To provide religious advice and successfully meet the religious needs Of our community

To assist Muslim youth through training, communication and cooperation.

To represent the interests Off the Islamic community at the local, state and national level.

To educate and train Muslim youth in order to become active and positive Australian citizens.

To establish a relationship of dialogue, understanding and coordination between Muslim and non-Muslim organisations and community groups.

To introduce Islam to non-Muslims in its purest form as a comprehensive system and a way of life and to provide new Muslims with advocacy and support

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