Myriad Foundation is a charitable organisation working hard to improve our communities through various initiatives designed to help those in need. Together, we work for the greater good of humanity by sharing the message of Islam and through sincere and dedicated efforts to make a valuable contribution to society.

Whether you want to contribute with money or time, read more about our work and learn how you can make a change today.



We Make It Easy to Help Others

Founded in 2013, Myriad Foundation has been working hard with the help of our members and volunteers to help individuals in Greater Manchester. Our work is dedicated to funding and delivering charitable services, and we strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who need assistance. Get in touch to learn how you can make a difference at our Charity.


Myriad Foundation are supporting those who are self isolating due to Coronavirus

Following the Coronavirus outbreak and with many people across Manchester self-isolating, we quickly set-up and initiative to help people who are elderly, vulnerable or in financial hardship with a weekly food parcel delivery service. 

Please contact 07974 148 434 or if your need help with: 

  • Food shopping

  • Urgent supplies 

  • A friendly person to speak to 

To support our work please donate here:


Breaking Barriers, Opening Doors

Myriad Foundation works tirelessly to provide quality, long-term solutions for a number of pressing issues affecting our community. Our most significant causes are those that are often brushed aside by most. Our battle is against indifference, and we would love for you to become part of that change today.



One of the busiest projects of the Myriad Foundation, the Soup 'N' Smiles project is a mobile soup kitchen based in the heart of Manchester at Cathedral Gardens. What started off with a bit of soup, a few slices of bread and a handful of service users over three years ago, has now rapidly grown into being a key service for many of the homeless and needy in Manchester. We have also expanded our service to having the soup kitchen run on a Saturday afternoon as well as a Wednesday evening.

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The Myriad Foundation has established the Feed A Friend network in collaboration with mosques in Manchester,; intending to provide, nutritionally balanced, non-perishable food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK. We hope to provide an end to end service, organised by the Muslim community from collection and sorting all the way through to distribution directly to the people.

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My Social Buddy is  a bespoke service that is offered to patients at local hospices as well as residents in care homes and supported housing.

Its a service which provides a personal buddy to spend time with those who may feel isolated and provides them with someone to chat to, play games or run errands for them. The Buddies can spend time with people in lots of different ways, the service is whatever the individuals need it to be.

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My Tech Buddy tackles the digital divide which exists in our society and we look to equip those who may not have been brought up with technology, with basic ICT skills. 

Some of the essential skills My Tech Buddy aims to equip adults with are those needed to communicate online, create accounts, stay safe online and general web browsing. 

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The Unveiling Islam workshops tackle a variety of important topics about Islam, delivered by professional and engaging presenters, based on exam board curriculum and designed to closely mirror the learning outcomes of Key Stage 3 and 4 syllabuses. The aim of the workshop is to promote positive academic progress as well as exceptional personal development for students.

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The Awareness Project is a  project where volunteers trained to deliver the service, conduct questionnaires with the general public.

The purpose is to first and foremost gain an understanding of what the general public have to say about their community and to share their concerns on what matters to them most. This can include matters of religion, social services, community initiatives and local and national news.

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Only 4% of the UK population donate blood, with over 8000 transfusions in a day more blood is needed. B A Hero project looks to outline and promote the need to donate blood.

'...And whoever saves one life it is as if he has saved the life of the whole of humanity...' (Noble Qu'ran 5:32)

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The Manchester New Muslim Network gives New Muslims/Newly practising Muslims the opportunity to learn about Islam and the opportunity to be part of real life changing projects with the Myriad Foundation.

Our Mission

"To work for the greater good of humanity by sharing the message of Islam and through sincere and dedicated efforts to make a valuable contribution to society."



Get in touch with Myriad Foundation to discover more about our work and how to donate. We thank you for your support.


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