Pay your Fidya, Kaffarah or Fitrana with Ummah Charity International
What is Fidyah?
Fidyah is when someone cannot fast in Ramadan and can’t make up the lost days afterwards (for example, due to ill health), someone else should be fed and you need to pay for their meals.
How much do I need to pay?
The present rate is £4 for each day that is missed (this should provide one person with two meals or two people with one meal.) If someone misses all the fasts of Ramadan, they would need to pay £120.
What is Kaffarah?
Kaffarah needs to be paid when you deliberately miss or break a fast in the month of Ramadan.
What is the required payment?
The compensation for a missed or fast which is broken deliberately would be to continuously fast for 60 days but if you are unable to do that then you must feed 60 poor people.
What is Fitrana?
Fitrana is an obligatory charity made by every Muslim at the end of Ramadan as a way to give thanks to Allah that they were able to successfully complete this month of fasting. Fitrana is also known as Zakat-ul-Fitr and is the compulsory charity paid by every Muslim at the end of Ramadan as a way to give thanks that they were able to complete the month of fasting.
Who receives Fitrana?
Similar to payments for Fidya, we will make sure that the most needy individuals are given the aid they deserve during the month of Ramadan. A seemingly small donation has gone towards paving the way for someone’s future.
Amplify your rewards during this blessed time, and donate your Fitrana – £5 per person, towards our Ramadan project today.
NOTE: All Your Fidya, Kaffarah and Fitrana will go directly to those who need it most. It is delivered during Ramadan therefore the earlier you pay it the more beneficial it would be for the most vulnerable communities.