The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) UK is an auxiliary body of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association founded in 1938 with a membership of 7,500 young British Muslims. The AMYA has over 100 local groups spread across the United Kingdom, the central headquarters are at the Fazl Mosque, London’s Oldest Mosque, and Morden Mosque, the UK’s largest Mosque.

The AMYA is the UK’s largest and leading Muslim youth organisation and charity. It is a unique, dynamic and vibrant organisation serving not only the needs of its members but British society as a whole.

Objectives –

The AMYA is committed to the spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical development of young Muslims and runs a regular programme of structured activities for the youth with a mix of academic, sporting, social welfare and charitable works which keeps its members engaged.

The activities of the AMYA are aimed at serving the needs of all members of society irrespective of colour, race, religion or creed and promotes interfaith dialogue and co-operation in order to promote peace and harmony.

The purpose of all these activities is to engender the spirit of discipline and service to the wider community irrespective of people’s beliefs, race, or gender. The Ahmadiyya Muslim community’s motto ‘Love for All, Hatred for None’ underpins this ethos.

Operating under the auspices of the international Khalifa (spiritual head) of the the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the AMYA is governed by a national executive council and led by a national President. The current President is Mirza Waqas Ahmad, an accountant from Wandsworth, London. The executive councils comprises of young men and youth from across the United Kingdom.

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