Seeking forgiveness from Allah and feeding the hungry There are many reasons why Muslims might be unable to fast; they may be unwell, pregnant or travelling. In these cases we must compensate by feeding a poor person for each day … Read More
Creation of social harmony and fostering of a sense of solidarity among wealthy and vulnerable members through our seasonal programme.
Muslim Charity’s Seasonal Programme is one that not only provides that glimpse of hope for many impoverished communities across the globe, but one that ensures our dearest brothers and sisters are fully nurtured in all spheres.
Seeking forgiveness from Allah and feeding the hungry If someone intentionally misses or breaks a fast with no valid reason (i.e. for a reason other than those mentioned above) then they must compensate for this in one of two ways. … Read More
Thank you for visiting our Qurbani page. Muslim Charity has now stopped taking orders for our Qurbani 2016 programme. Last year, through your Qurbani donations we fed over 709,200 people around the world during the days of Eid-ul-Adha and this … Read More
“O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you, as it was prescribed to those before you, that you may (learn) self-restraint.” (Holy Qur’an, 2:183) Ramadan is a month for spiritual growth, an opportunity for Muslims to improve their manners … Read More
Spiritual elevation, fulfilling our obligation to reduce poverty and creating harmony amongst the poor and wealthy. Whilst charity is often seen as an optional extra in the society, and indeed this can also be the case for Muslims (in the … Read More
An obligation to purify and share the celebrations of Eid with destitute members of society at the end of Ramadan Possessing the same meaning as Iftar, Fitr refers to the breaking of ones fast. Zakat-al-Fitr therefore refers to the charity … Read More