Ramadan Zakat Appeal
The virtue of Giving Zakat
“It wards off a bad death”
- Fuqara (Poor)
- Masakeen (Needy)
- Employed to collect or administer (the Zakat fund)
- to those whose hearts have been inclined (towards Islam)
- Slaves (in captivity)
- those who are in debt
- For Allah’s Cause
- Wayfarers, i.e., travellers who are cut off from everything and have no money
With the help of your donations towards the Ramadan Zakat Appeal, this Ramadan #TeamDWT is distributing Zakat among 11 Muslim communities in 8 different countries. Donate to the Ramadan Zakat Appeal and help provide life-saving aid to your brothers and sisters living in poverty and affected by wars, conflicts, and natural disasters.
£100 – Financial aid for a struggling family
£360 – Sponsor an orphan for one year
£420 – Sponsor a widow for one year
£500 – Eradicate poverty through Poverty Relief Fund
Yemenis in need of urgent humanitarian assistance
Gaza population is in need of humanitarian assistance
Pakistani is living below the poverty line
Bangladeshis are struggling to make ends meet
Living in Temporary Shelters After Turkey-Syria Earthquake
Africans lack access to even ‘one nutritious meal per day
That’s why it’s important to give your Zakat to the eight categories mentioned in the Quran, as many families could potentially make their future brighter by receiving Zakat. This Ramadan, share the blessing of wealth with the poor by donating your Zakat to the Ramadan Zakat Appeal.
Zakat is the third pillar of Islam. It is an obligation on every Muslim who has wealth and Zakatable assets over the Nisab for one Islamic year. Zakat purifies one’s wealth and helps those in need, including the poor, needy, widows, and orphans.
Donating Zakat not only helps the recipients by providing them with essential resources but also brings blessings and rewards for the donor. By giving Zakat, you actually are promoting social justice and helping to create a more equal and fair society. Ultimately, our main reason behind donating Zakat is to fulfil the command of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَى and contribute to the betterment of society.
Zainab’s story is a heart-wrenching reminder of the devastating effects of poverty and disease on families. Her father’s low income and the cost of medical treatments have left Zainab and her family struggling to make ends meet.
Sadly, Zainab’s story is not unique. Many families like hers are living in poverty and struggling to access basic necessities.
At Dabbagh Welfare Trust, we are committed to eradicating poverty and disease and providing support to families like Zainab’s. We believe that everyone deserves access to essential resources such as food, shelter, and healthcare.
By donating your Zakat to Dabbagh Welfare Trust, you can help us fight poverty and disease and provide much-needed support to families in need. Your contribution can make a significant difference in the lives of many families like Zainab’s.
This Ramadan, thousands of families facing hardship and poverty, including Zainab’s, will receive Zakat and food packs from Dabbagh Welfare Trust. Please donate generously to the Ramadan Zakat Appeal, Ramadan Food Appeal, and Ramadan Sadaqah Jariyah Appeal. Your contributions will help us make this Ramadan one to remember for the poor, needy, widows, and orphans.