How much would you like to give to each fund?
Here you get to choose how your donation is distributed. Simply select the fund(s) you’d like to support and enter the amount you’d like to donate across Dhul Hijjah and we'll calculate the daily amounts for you.
“The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity.” (Tirmidhi).
Donate to this fund, and your charity will support projects that qualify as Sadaqah, such as charity providing the most vulnerable people with food, livelihood training, clean water solutions, and helping street children to have safe spaces to grow and learn.
£100 - Could provide a vulnerable Palestinian child in Jerusalem with schooling, clean toilets, a playground, and welfare support.
‘’If anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all mankind (5:32).
Donate here to support our Zakat-applicable projects. Right now, we’re focusing on sustainable life-changing projects such as providing clean water sources, supporting livelihoods, and providing essential healthcare. Give your Zakat during Dhul Hijjah and reap the untold blessings.
£150 – Provide life-saving medical care to 6 mothers and babies at Al Imaan Hospital.
“He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbour to his side goes hungry.” (Al-Albani)
When you give to this fund, you help us to provide nutritious food parcels to some of the most vulnerable families. This is particularly needed at this fragile time, as families are often forced to choose between going hungry, or putting themselves at risk of catching COVID-19 by going out to look for work. Follow the legacy of the prophets by feeding vulnerable people this Eid.
£70 – Provide a family with a nutritious food parcel to last an entire month.
Street Children Fund
“Whoever does not show mercy to our young ones, or acknowledge the rights of our elders, is not one of us.” (Ahmad)
Support the most vulnerable among us. Donate to this fund and help us provide children that the world has abandoned – forced to live and work on the street – with a safe place, food, counselling, and skills training.
£200 – Provide a child living on the streets of Dhaka with nutritious food, healthcare, education, and a safe place to go for a year, helping them to get off the streets.
’The best charity is giving water to drink.” (Ahmad)
There’s a reason that water is considered the best of charities – it not only quenches thirst, but it feeds livestock, nourishes plants, and helps to lift communities up. Support our projects that provide long-term, sustainable clean water solutions, such as water wells and desalination plants.