The Prophet (saw) encouraged us to support those who are fasting and to share the Ramadan blessings with the Ummah. As a result, sharing iftar is a long-standing Islamic tradition that has become synonymous with the holy month.
Many of us are aware that sharing food is a rewarding activity, but did you know that giving iftar has its own set of benefits? Learn five new hadith about its incredible benefits by visiting our blog!
We will fast for 30 days during Ramadan, from sunrise to sunset, until Eid Ul Fitr. It’s a season of unity, worship, forgiveness, and increased spirituality. We do things differently during Ramadan; we abstain from food and water, and we shift our focus to Allah (SWT). This expands our comprehension, compassion, and faith.
Every good deed performed during Ramadan is multiplied 70 times, according to Allah! This means that every time we say a single prayer, give a generous gift, or assist someone, it is as if we have done so 70 times!
This Ramadan you can maximise your rewards by donating Sadaqah daily. Sadaqah is a generous and sincere act of kindness. One way to give Sadaqah is to donate money to the poor and needy.
Crisis Aids Ramadan Daily Donations is an easier way for you to donate to Charity during Ramadan.
All you have to do is choose your amount, make one donation and Crisis Aid will automate it for the remaining days of Ramadan, thus, making sure that you never miss the opportunity to gain the rewards, including Laylat-ul-Qadr during the last 10 nights of Ramadan.
Schedule your daily donations and maximise your rewards with Crisis Aid this Ramadan.
The Messenger (PBUH) said, “Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all.” (Ibn Khuzaymah)
The Holy Month of Ramadan is one of the most significant periods of the Islamic calendar – it is an opportunity to reap the blessings and rewards that this auspicious month brings to all.
Aslaam Alaikum Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother has left this temporary world and returned to…
Aslaam Alaikum Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother has left this temporary world and returned to her lord.
A couple of months ago Beh donated money for a Masjid to be built in The Gambia.
We would like to compliment the Masjid with a water well so the user of the Masjid can do wudu and use the water as they please.
Charity does not decrease wealth.
Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Charity does not decrease wealth, no one forgives another but that Allah increases his honor, and no one humbles himself for the sake of Allah but that Allah raises his status.” Source: Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim 2588
Nailah and Bahadur are both cousins. Nailah is a 7 year old girl and Bahadur is…
Nailah and Bahadur are both cousins.
Nailah is a 7 year old girl and Bahadur is 1 old boy. Both have Kashmiri heritage from their maternal sides.
Nailah is very excited to participate in charity, so this year for Ramadan 2022, the family are fundraising money for Water Wells in Kashmir on behalf of Nailah and bahadur.
May Allah reward their intentions and reward all those who help them in fulfilling their first fundraising project 🙂
Millions of Yemeni men, women and children have been affected by the civil war since its…
Millions of Yemeni men, women and children have been affected by the civil war since its inception in 2015, with around three-quarters of the country’s population now needing some type of basic assistance to survive.
Help feed Yemenis who are malnourished.
• £15 – Feeds a family for – 2 Weeks
• £30 – Feeds a family for – 1 Month
• £45 – Feeds a family for – 6 Weeks
• £60 – Feeds a family for – 2 Months
The Prophet said, ”The best of you are Those who Feed Others” (Ahmad)
The UN has called it, “the worst famine this century”, and the death toll from starvation is nearing 100,000 people already – tragically, that figure includes 85,000 children.