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Ramadan is a month of mercy, blessings, caring and sharing. Unite 4 Humanity has launched a special Ramadan Charity Appeal to help Muslim brothers and sisters across the world.
Unite 4 Humanity’s Ramadan Charity Appeal
To help these families during Ramadan and bring their financial affairs into some sort of order, Unite 4 Humanity has launched a Ramadan Charity Appeal. As part of this charity appeal we are aiming to achieve the following:
- Distribute Ramadan Food Packs amongst the Muslim families in Pakistan, Morocco, Syria, Africa and various other lands.
- Collect Zakat in the UK and distribute it to the poor, needy, orphans and widows in various countries including the UK
- Help our donors gain seventy times more reward during this month by setting up Sadaqah Jariyaah projects on their and their family’s behalf.
- Distribute Fitrana (Zakat ul Fitr) towards the end of Ramadan
- Distribute Fidya money to poor and needy on the behalf of ill and elderly.
Ramadan is the Best Time of the Year
Don’t we all love this blessed month – raise your hands if you also love this beautiful time of the year.
We wake up for Suhoor and have an early feast, we recite the Quran during the day, make extra efforts to attend congregational prayers in the masjid.
The main highlight of Ramadan is waiting for Iftaar – the best time of day! Everyone’s gathered around the dining table; some making dua, some reading Quran with many Mothers, Sisters and Wives preparing delicious food for the whole family.
Endless Variety of Food at Iftaar Table
We get to eat 100’s of different types of dishes in the space of a month. Samosas, Pakoras, Kebabs, Pizzas, Burgers, Chips. You name it and for sure that dish will be present on our Iftaar table at some point during Ramadan. Alhamdulillah, Allah has blessed us with so much in the UK, with the majority of us, not having to worry about food, housing or health.
But unfortunately, there is a harsh reality, which we sometimes forget.
THINK for a moment and ask yourself a question…
Is this the case for every Muslim household?
Unfortunately, the answer is NO
Hardship Facing the Poor in Ramadan
Many Muslim families face the same hardship of daily life even during this blessed month. These families still cannot afford nutritious food during Iftaar and Suhoor. They still have to go out to work because the little amount they earn is what keeps a roof over their heads, it is what feeds they’re kids, it is what keeps their dignity. They do not have the luxury of sitting on a comfortable chair behind a desk, but rather occupy the hard grafting, physically demanding jobs.
But their spirits remain high. Despite all these hardships they still fast, stand up in night prayers and give in charity from the small amounts they possess.
Donate for the Poor and Needy
The Muslims are like a single body. If one part of the body is afflicted, then the whole body feel the pain.
A good Muslim always remember his brothers and sisters whether it is Ramadan or outside Ramadan. Muslims are having tough times in many parts of the world. Rohingyas are being slaughtered by Burmese Army and fanatic Buddhists, Syrian are being bombarded from all over, Yemen is on the brink of famine and Drought in Africa and Poverty in many other Muslim countries.
We ask Allah to ease of the worries of the Muslims and bring peace in all Muslim lands.
Why should you participate in the Unite 4 Humanity Ramadan Charity Appeal?
Unite 4 Humanity has been delivering aid and setting up development projects for many years. We carry out all our projects on a 100% Donation Policy basis, which means every penny of your donation will be spent on the cause.
We do not pay any Administration Fees or Salaries from your donations.
You donate £100 towards Unite 4 Humanity’s Ramadan Charity Appeal.
We will spend exactly £100 on the project.
- Zakat money will be distributed amongst the poor and needy as per the exchange rate of the relevant country.
- Sadaqah donations will be allocated to the relevant Sadaqah Projects. We always try to invest Sadaqah money into long term projects, so that you continue to gain reward even after your death.