Giving charity is one of the best ways you can help those who are suffering, and there is no better time than Ramadanto donate. Good deeds are multiplied by more than 700 times in this blessed month, SubhanAllah! Indeed The Prophet (PBUH) was the most generous in this month and said: “The best charity is that given in Ramadan.” (Tirmidhi)
So let us all hasten to follow his Sunnah and earn extra rewards by generously giving our Zakat and Sadaqah this Ramadan. Donations in this most blessed of months will be shared between all the places we work in – among Syrian refugees, impoverished families in rural Pakistan, street children in Bangladesh, communities parched by drought in Somalia and many more we rarely hear about in the news.
Together we are winning the fight against poverty. In the last 15 years the number of people living in acute poverty has halved.
In 1990, nearly half of the population in developing countries lived on less than 90 pence a day. In September 2000, the international community set the goal for all governments, charities and their donors of reducing poverty
The brutal conflict in Syria has led to hundreds of thousands of deaths and millions displaced. Islamic Relief is distributing food and medicines deep inside Syria, and helping hundreds of thousands of refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq.
Children are bursting with dreams, and the potential to fulfil them, but unless their basic needs are met, these will always remain a fantasy.
Islamic Relief recognises that if even one crucial element in a child's environment is lacking, this can have a huge impact on their development. That's why we aim to provide holistic, tailored support for each child