Give Zakat £10 or 2.5% Zakat to Orphans and Needy
Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said:
Whoever pays the zakat on his wealth will have its evil removed from him.Ibn Khuzaimah and at-Tabaraani
Zakat is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, mandatory for all Muslims. Zakat is not a charitable contribution but is considered as a tax 2.5% of net savings and gold are total maintained wealth for one lunar year, before zakat is due 2.5% to be paid to poor in Ramadan. The zakat literally means "purifies wealth". Zakat is considered a way to purify one's income and wealth, just as ablutions purify the body and salah purifies the soul, so zakat purifies possessions and makes them pleasing to Allah (SWT).
Every Muslim must pay 2.5% Zakat on his or her savings and gold. This works out at £25 for every £1,000 distributing to orphans and needy. All admin fee included - View snapshots: Zakat distribution photos
How can I help?
|Sponsor 1 Needy/Orphan 1 month £10|
|Give Zakat to Feed 1 Needy family 1 month £60|
|Give Zakat to build 1 Tinshed Family House £500|
|Donate £200 for TubeWell (Fresh water for village)|
|Sponsor an Orphan/Needy Student £15 for 1 month|
|Sponsor an Orphan/Needy Student £180 for 1 year|
|Give Zakat 2.5% on savings and gold to poor|
|Give Zakat whatever amount you are able to donate|