By Basheerah Jones The Prophet (ﷺ) said: A man follows the religion of his friend; so each one should consider whom he makes his friend (Sunan Abi Dawud 4833). Have you ever wondered what type of friend you are? Being a Muslim revert woman can bring about many changes...
How we help
Our 1:1 Support Service is more than a service; it’s a commitment to providing personalized support to revert women facing difficulties in their lives.
Solace in Marriage strives to be a comprehensive support system, catering to the needs of revert women seeking marriage and offering support to those who are already married.
From enhancing your financial literacy to supporting you with your immediate basic needs, our financial support service is here to relieve you of your financial constraints.
Whether you’re looking to prepare your Islamic will or Lasting Power of Attorney to secure your future decisions, our team is here to offer you the assistance you need.
Many revert women struggle on their own after embracing Islam.
Your contributions keep them supported, and that support keeps them going.
"I feel Solace is the only organisation that caters for reverts only that can reach out to sisters nationwide. It has a great marketing, direct email services and reminders sent by text message which are very useful and personal. This way we feel the care."
"I’ve received debt relief which has relieved a huge burden. The support I’ve received is truly getting me through a dark period of my life."
"I am more confident and have more understanding about marriage, I'm also looking forward to marriage more, and it has helped my relationship with Allah."
"I wish I had known about Solace sooner as there is a lot of help and events that connect sisters which I really liked."
"Due to very difficult circumstances I fell into debt and felt I couldn't cope. Solace cleared all the main debts for me. It's made a huge impact."
"It’s a beautiful service to be available for revert sisters in need of reassurance and in need of someone to turn to with knowledge. "
"The Ask a Sheikh service provided me with invaluable and reassuring guidance. The response was not only helpful and clear but also timely, allowing me to make a decision with a peaceful mind. I appreciate the support and expertise that made a significant difference in my decision-making process."
"The 1:1 support service helped me develop my self-esteem and gain a lot of clarity on how I see myself as a Muslim woman."
"I feel that the one-to-one support has really helped me through the positive reminders and goal oriented support."
"The support helped me through a very difficult time in my life when I needed it the most."
Walk With Her: 7 Bridges is back!
The annual walk returns, and this time, we’re set to traverse London’s 7 bridges once more. That’s correct – we’ve taken note of your enthusiasm for it and the eagerness of those who missed out, all longing to participate!
2022 Impact Report
Discover the tangible impact of your generosity, as we unveil the strides made in revert support, education, and empowerment. Dive into our report and witness the life-changing difference you’ve helped us achieve.
What’s on… Central London?
Whether it’s Islamic courses, skill-building workshops, or social meet-ups, find your place in a welcoming community of like-minded individuals. Embrace the chance to connect, learn, and empower your journey with our ‘What’s On’ service.
Ways you can help
Your donation can make a significant difference in ensuring revert women have access to essential and regular support.
Fundraising for Solace can truly make a tangible difference in the lives of women who have embraced Islam.
Your consistent support ensures that revert women have ongoing access to crucial resources and support.
Become an integral part of a dedicated community, sharing your compassion and expertise to empower others.
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