The Islamic Information and Services Network of Australasia (IISNA) is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to sharing authentic Islamic information and providing services which aim to benefit Muslims and Non-Muslims in the Australasia region.
We are located in the heart of the Islamic community in Broadmeadows.
We provide services to help and provide benefits to Muslims and Non-Muslims across Australasia. We have many services including an Islamic school, cafe, swimming pool and separate gym for men and women.
These services help people, especially the youth, develop both physically and spiritually to be a part of a better society and be better people.
Our services assist the youth to develop and harness the positive attribute in their life and also assist them to identify issues and behaviours that may need intervention and counselling.
Our current activities are daily prayers, indoor sports, drug and alcohol referral and counselling, family reconciliation services, childcare and religious education classes.
Our project sponsors include Hassoon the coffee of pleasure, Kids R’kids, Madina Halal Meats, Tax Line and many other brands.
To provide social, educational and recreational services to the community, with an emphasis on youth activities and community welfare.
The proposed MyCentre will assist to develop and harness the positive attributes of young people during their development years as well as being able to identify issues and behaviours that may require intervention and/or counselling. IISNA will also have their head office located within the centre to efficiently and effectively coordinate activities and programmes.
To establish a multi-purpose youth-oriented community centre that will cater for the ongoing needs of the culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities of Northern suburbs.
By providing a range of activities in a positive and supportive environment, we hope to develop physical, social and emotional growth in our youth. We seek to engage our youth in a relaxed and, non-confrontational environment thus minimising the opportunity and need for harmful risk-tasking behaviour.
“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”