Ramadan is the month where we remember those struggling with poverty and those whom can’t feed their families. Going without food for most of the day makes us consider the plight of those around the world who go without food for most of the year.
As we strive to earn the blessings and mercy of Allah (swt) during the month of Ramadan, we should look to give generously and ease the pain of the suffering hearts. Alhamdulillah, we have the opportunity to provide food and iftar to some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
This Ramadan, our aim is to provide nutritional food packs and daily hot meal iftars to the families struggling to survive in Syria, Bangladesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
Help us feed as many families as possible this Ramadan.
Each food pack costs £35.
A hot meal per family costs £2.50 each day. £75 will provide a family inside Syria with iftar, each day of Ramadan.
Be part of our efforts to provide food to some of the poorest and impoverished families, ensuring they have food to eat each day. We place particular emphasis on helping widows and orphans, and refugees that have been forced to flee in order to keep their children safe.
Zakat, Fitrana, Fidyah And Kaffarah can be donated to this appeal, by leaving a comment, explaining how much of Zakat et cetera, your donation consists of. You can donate any amount. We will combine donations from multiple donors to make food packs.
UPDATE | Syrian refugees living at our camp in the mountains of Latakia Countryside are receiving a hot meal for iftar this Ramadan.
A Donation to the Ramadan Food Pack Appeal will be split between all the countries.
Alternatively if you are only making one of the following donations, use the link below.
Zakat is 2.5% of your saved wealth every year, Pay your Zakat Here. If you wish to give your Zakat towards food packs, leave a comment when making a donation.
The compensation for missing Ramadhan fasts and the compensation for broken oaths, Click Here.
£5 Zakat al-Fitr is due on every member of a household, including children, click Click Here to pay this.
Jazak Allah Khair for your efforts and support.
May Allah (swt) accept our fast and our good deeds during this blessed month.
Ya Al-Razzaaq provide for us, for You are the Best of Providers;
Ya Al-Gaffaar forgive us, for You love to forgive;
Ya Ar-Rahmaan, have mercy on us, for you are the Most Compassionate.
Rabanna innaka Ra’ufur Raheem. (Our Lord, indeed, You are Kind and Merciful). Allahuma Ameen.