Our Prophet (pbuh) said“ Whoever feeds the person who is breaking his fast, he will have his reward (for his fasting) without decreasing anything from the reward of the fasting person.” Al-Tirmidhi
An already unstable economic reality is worsening as the impact of the pandemic continues to make itself felt. Food prices, along with malnutrition rates continue to rise.
Providing Iftar to an impoverished family in Pakistan is one of the best gifts you can give this Ramadan. You enable a poor Muslim to fulfil their obligations to fast, with the assurance that they will have food at the end of the day. not only are you feeding a poor, fasting Muslim, but you also allow them to show their love and appreciation for our Maker through fasting in a safe manner.
What a simple yet powerful way to follow in our Prophets footsteps.
Your Iftar Impact
Since 2014, your Zakat and Sadaqah donations have led to the distribution of over 20,000 Iftar meals to the very poorest people.
This Ramadan, give again. If you’re not sure as to how much Zakat you owe this year, calculate your Zakat easily with Ummah. If you already know how much to pay, donate your Zakat towards someone’s Iftar today.
Through the distribution of cooked meals and highly nutritious Iftar food packs, together we make sure nobody starves during the holy month.
One Iftar packs include a fresh, hot meal accompanies by dates, juice and fruit.
How You Can Help
One donation of just £50 provides an Iftar pack to 10 fasting Muslims.
Or you can support a whole family for the entire month of Ramadan for just £120.
Donate your Fidyah and Kaffarah to ensure that your missed fasts are accounted for and a person in need is helped simultaneously.
“A man is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour is hungry.” Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)
Note: You can donate Sadaqah, Lilah and Zakat towards our Ramadan projects. We also have a 100% Zakat policy, which means every pound of your Zakat donation goes to those who need it the most.