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Ramadan 2024

Millions are in need in Ramadan across 19 countries - help us to save lives in this blessed month and beyond.

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Gateway To Jannah

YOUR PATHWAY MADE EASY THROUGH GIVING SADAQAH

Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said:““When Ramadan enters, the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hellfire are closed, and the devils are chained.”–[Sunan an-Nasa’i 2106]

All praise is due to the Most High, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. The blessed month of Ramadan 2024 is almost upon us. It is the perfect time to do more good deeds, cut out bad habits, repent and seek forgiveness, feed the poor, and ultimately reach Jannah.

One Ummah teams are on the ground working hard to provide crucial emergency aid to over 19 calamity-stricken countries worldwide this Ramadan, such as Gaza, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and more.

Millions of our brothers and sisters cry for help, to end the pain and injustice. Our duty as an Ummah is to answer those calls and fulfil our religious obligations. Choose from one of our Ramadan Appeals below and then click the “DONATE NOW” button to be directed to our Quick Donate bar where you can choose from a list of donation amounts or choose a custom donation insha Allah.

Don’t forget, you can add as many appeals to your basket as you like. May Allah (s.w.t.) reward you immensely for saving lives this Ramadan.

Keep an eye out for our latest Ramadan campaigns which will be released very soon, giving you the chance to provide beautiful care, support and hope to your brothers and sisters in a long-term capacity, in the name of Allah.

Ramadan Food Packs

Feed your brothers and sisters in need this Ramadan. For just £120, you can feed up to 3 families for the entire month and be rewarded by Allah (swt) for feeding the needy.

Your generous donations allow One Ummah to deliver emergency food aid to 19 poverty-stricken countries worldwide, including Bangladesh, Uganda, Niger, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, Yemen, Afghanistan and more.

A man asked the Prophet which aspect of Islam was best. The Prophet replied, “Feeding the hungry and saying salaam to those you know and those you don’t know.” [Bukhari and Muslim]

Donate now and feed the hungry today.

Zakah

Zakah is one of the Five Pillars of Islam– a compulsory act of worship that must be performed annually by all Muslims worldwide. We give 2.5% of our annual savings to those who are poor and in need.

Your Zakah will be used in 19 poverty-stricken countries facing crises and disasters worldwide to provide emergency relief and save lives. These countries include Burma, Pakistan, Turkey, Lebanon, Kenya, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Uganda.

Giving Zakat is more beloved to Allah than giving in charity during the entire year.” –[Bukhari]

Iftar Appeal

Ramadan is a month of sharing and caring. Millions within the Ummah are starving because they can’t afford essential nutrition. While we fast to obey Allah (swt) and purify our souls, they fast because they have no choice.

By supporting One Ummah’s Iftar appeal, you can be a lifeline for those who need it most this Ramadan.

The Messenger of Allah (saw) said:““Whoever gives iftar to a fasting person will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the reward of the fasting person in the slightest.” –[al-Tirmidhi]

You can be that hope that the needy and suffering were looking for this Ramadan by supporting our Iftaar Appeal.

One Ummah organise community iftars for hundreds of thousands of people across 19 countries. You can provide iftaar for one person for only £1. Donate today and be rewarded for fasting without even fasting.

Zakat-ul-Fitr

Fitrana is a compulsory donation which allows every Muslim to be fed on the day of Eid. One Ummah will make sure the people who need it the most get it before Eid.

The Prophet (ﷺ) ordered that Zakat-ul-fitr must be paid before the Eid prayer and must be given on behalf of all members of the family, young and old. Donate £5 per individual today and fulfil your obligation.

Ibn Abbas narrated that: ““The Prophet (saw) made Zakat al-Fitr compulsory so that those who fasted may be purified of their idle deeds and shameful talk and sop that the poor may be fed.” –(Abu Dawud)

Kaffarah

If you deliberately miss a fast in Ramadan without a valid reason, you must pay charity which is called Kaffarah, to feed someone for 2 months.

If you’re paying to feed 60 meals for missing a fast deliberately, then the donation would be £300.

Abu Huraira narrated:“A person came to the Prophet (saw) and said, ‘O the Messenger of Allah, I am ruined.’ The Prophet asked what happened. He said that he had broken the Ramadan fast intentionally. The Prophet told him to free a slave. When he said that he had no slave, he ordered him to fast for two months incessantly. When he said that he was unable to do so, he told him to feed poor people.”

Fidya

Fidya is paid when a fast is missed through necessity, such as travelling, being ill or pregnant, and it cannot be made up later.

Your donation must provide a needy beneficiary with two meals for each fast missed. The current Fidya amount is £5 to feed one person.

Pay your Fidya today and follow the Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw).

 

 

Eid Gifts

Many deprived children worldwide have few things to smile and be happy about. Eid is a time of happiness and joy and every single child deserves to be happy on this special religious day.

You can provide 5 children with an Eid Gift for only £50 and bring them some joy on a day where every single child should be happy and worry-free. Donate today and bring smiles to these beautiful, innocent souls.s

Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet (saw) said,““Give each other gifts and you will love each other.” –[al-Adab al-Mufrad 594]

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