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Muslim Chaplain’s Association
PO Box 786
TW18 9BU

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MCA intend to print and distribute materials for the benefit of offenders if you would like to sponsor any of our work kindly contact for further information.

If you would like to make a general donation towards the MCA kindly post a cheque to MCA: PO Box 786, Staines, Middlesex, TW18 9BU or transfer payment via internet banking or in person to MCA Treasurer. 

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Muslim Chaplains' Association
Lloyds TSB Ltd - Newton Abbot Branch
Sort code: 30 96 06
Account No: 00174409

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"I welcome the networking and support opportunities this association will create and hope this will further enable best practice to be shared across our many prison establishments."
HMPS Director General,
Phil Wheatley

"I fully endorse the three aims of the MCA. Offering support to Muslim Chaplains in the difficult task they do will be greatly appreciated by Chaplains themselves. In addition, the resettlement of prisoners within the wider community and the subsequent reduction in re-offending is at the heart of government strategy. "
HMPS Muslim Adviser,
Ahtsham Ali

"We welcome this very positive progress in the field of chaplaincy. This will prove to be an excellent step in addressing the needs of offenders & working towards their 'effective' resettlement."
Muslim Council of Britain
(MCB) Secretary General
Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari