The Islamic Da‘wah Academy hosts a number of programmes specifically aimed at the younger generation, ranging from advice and guidance to sporting activities and informal talks.
IDA Kids' Club
The Academy’s weekly ‘Kids Club’ has gained a regular audience. Designed to cater for children of primary school age, the weekly programme aims to help children grow into responsible and considerate Muslim youth. The programme, delivered by young ulama, takes place on Saturday afternoons and consists of short talks, stories, quizzes and various other activities including sports. The talks cover a range of topics e.g. importance of keeping good company, drug prevention, development of moral character, respect for parents, teachers and neighbours, etc.
Riyadh Youth Club
This summer youth club caters for children between the ages of 9 and 16. The club provides an excellent environment for children to come and play during the summer holidays. Activities include table tennis, indoor football, gym facilities and also day trips to local recreational areas. Short, informal talks are also delivered frequently by young ulama, to allow the youngsters to benefit both physically and morally.