Incorporated Trustees of the Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong

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Coordinates: 22°16′39″N 114°10′44″E / 22.27750°N 114.17889°E / 22.27750; 114.17889

Incorporated Trustees of the Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong
香港回教信託基金總會
HK Wan Chai Oi Kwan Road Islamic Centre evening.JPG
Location
Area served
 Hong Kong
Website www.iticfhk.com

The Incorporated Trustees of the Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong (ITICFHK; Chinese: 香港回教信託基金總會) is a body recognized by the Government of Hong Kong that represents the interests of the Muslim communities in Hong Kong, China. It is generally known as the The Board of Trustees among local Muslims. The board office is located at the Ammar Mosque.[2]

The board manages the Jamia Mosque, Ammar Mosque, Chai Wan Mosque and Kowloon Mosque and also the Cape Collinson Muslim Cemetery and Happy Valley Muslim Cemetery.

History[edit]

The certificate of incorporation for the trustees was issued on 1 December 1970 and the trustees is recognized by the Government of Hong Kong as the main body representing the interests of the Muslim communities in Hong Kong.[3]

Main functions[edit]

  • To manage the mosques and Muslim cemeteries in Hong Kong
  • To control the subscribed, donated and bequeathed funds
  • To make all arrangements for funerals and burials of deceased Muslims
  • To organize prayers for special occasions, e.g. Eid al-Fitr
  • To undertake any other actions in the general interests of the Hong Kong Muslims and propagation of Islam

Organizations affiliated to the trustees[edit]

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