Ramadan Zakat Appeal

Wallahi Brothers and Sisters, We are sad but happy at the same time while writing this article to ask you to donate towards Unite 4 Humanity’s ‘Ramadan Zakat Appeal’.

Why are We Sad?

Our team and partner charities are on ground helping Muslim communities in Pakistan, Kashmir, Morocco, Africa, Syria, Bangladesh and UK. And Wallahi when looking at the conditions of some of these communities, it makes us weep. Some of the communities we have been helping are literally living without food and water.

What they consider food and water is beyond our imagination, we and our children would never touch it, never mind eat it.

The Reason for the Happiness

We are happy that we have found these communities and Allah has blessed us with donors like yourself, who will donate towards our ‘Ramadan Zakat Appeal’ to help rebuild these communities.

In sha Allah with your donations towards our ‘Zakat Appeal’ we will bring positive changes in their lives.

U4H Ramadan Zakat Appeal

With Ramadan being the month of worship and attaining uncountable blessings, Unite 4 Humanity has launched its ‘Ramadan Zakat Appeal’ for the last 10 days of Ramadan.

Our aim is raise as much as we can to help setup/deliver/continue our charity projects.

Ramadan Zakat Appeal Projects

Wallahi there are countless projects to be included in this appeal, but we want to focus on a few of these so that quality can be maintained.

Sponsor an orphan in morroco Ramadan Zakat Appeal

Sponsor Orphans in Morocco

Alhamdulillah, we run an orphanage in Morocco. As well as the running we also sponsor many orphans across the country.

Donate your Zakat towards our ‘Zakat Appeal’ this Ramadan and we will spend every single penny of your Zakat on these orphans.

If you would like to sponsor a named child, then please contact us via the contact page or via Facebook.

Sponsor Orphans in Africa

Similar to Morocco we also run orphanages across many African countries. We help communities across Africa build orphanages and safe havens for these children. We also provide funds to build schools and support centres for boys and girls.

Donate your Zakat now and we guarantee that with our 100% Donation Policy in place every penny of your donation will be spent on these orphans.

Support us by donating towards our ‘Ramadan Zakat Appeal’ and bring positive changes in African children’s lives.

Sponsor an orphan in Africa Ramadan Zakat Appeal
Ramadan Zakat Appeal Africa Revert Centre

Build A Revert Centre in Africa

Many Muslim communities in Africa live in poverty and are without the necessities of life. They don’t have access to education, health, food and water. We are trying to help these communities by setting up food and water projects, but to bring long-term change in these communities’ lives we need to setup educational projects.

Alhamdulillah, we have made contact with a local centre which provides this type of support. They help Muslims by providing them with education but most importantly they play a massive role in helping new Muslims.

They provide basic Islamic knowledge and regular training and classes to keep them in routine of learning about Islam.

It is our responsibility to support these projects. Help them with this transition now by donating your Zakat.

Water Projects in Africa

There are many communities in Africa that don’t have access to clean water. Some communities have to buy drinking water and in some cases, Masjids also have to buy water to provide Wudu facilities.

This is not fair in this day and age.

Whilst we don’t directly spend Zakat money on projects like this, in some instances due to the desperate nature of these projects the locals have asked for any donations to help them have access to the water.

Ramadan Charity Appeal Water Project
Sponsor Orphans Rohingyas Ramadan Zakat Appeal

Orphans of Rohingyas

Unite 4 Humanity sponsors a school of 70 Orphan Rohingya children in Bangladesh. We provide the funds for food, education, clothing and other necessities. These children need our help.

Donate now to bring change in their lives.

Poor and Needy of Pakistan

Alhamdulillah, we have delivered over 1,200 food packs in various parts of Pakistan during Ramadan. But poverty is so deep that these food packs will hardly make any difference in their lives. Unite 4 Humanity distribute your Zakat in various parts of Pakistan to help families come out of this poverty circle.
Donate your Zakat as part of Ramadan Zakat Appeal.

Our aim is to in sha Allah help 5-10 families stand on their feet and become financially independent.

We also have a few cases whereby the person is extremely ill and need money to access proper medical treatment. We will in sha Allah give your money to these families, so they can get proper medical treatment for their loved ones.

Ramadan Zakat Appeal Pakistan

Why take part in Ramadan Zakat Appeal?

Ramadan is a month of Worship. Everything we do in Ramadan is considered as worship. We wake up for Suhoor and have our meal – this is worship, we will be rewarded for that. We sometimes sleep during the day in Ramadan to regain our energy – this is worship, we will be rewarded for that. There are countless acts which we do daily during Ramadan without any of us realising we are getting rewarded for them.

  • Recitation of Quran – we do more recitation in Ramadan than other months
  • Attending Masjid on regular basis – we pray more prayers with Jamaah in Ramadan than outside (we should always try to pray with Jamaah)
  • Giving to charities – almost everyday of Ramadan there is an appeal in the Masjid for either another Masjid or for a charity and none of the appeal organisation go empty handed
  • We share the joyous moments of Iftar with our friends and family
  • Attending Taraweeh – don’t we all love this time of the day, the masjid is full, kids are happy as this is their chance to stay awake till late

The list the goes on…

All this is happening due to Ramadan. Allah has blessed this month and everything we do or take part in, is a blessing in this month.

Giving Zakat is an act of worship and many Muslims fulfil this obligation during the month of Ramadan. With now only the few days left to the end of Ramadan this is your chance to take part in our ‘Ramadan Zakat Appeal’ and bring change in many Muslim lives.

About Unite 4 Humanity

Unite 4 Humanity is a UK based charitable organisation. We started this charity to help humans across the world. Many communities we help are Muslims, but we also serve and help the homeless, poor and needy irrespective of their faith and beliefs.

Unite 4 Humanity is a strict 100% Donation Policy charity, which means every single penny of your donation will be spent on the project you are donating towards.

Example

If you donate £100 towards our Ramadan Zakat Appeal to sponsor an orphan, the whole amount of £100 will be spent on the orphan. No administration fee, No salary – 100% to the cause

Seven Virtues of Ramadan

  1. Ramadan has been legislated as the month of fasting
  2. Ramadan is called the month of Quran
  3. There is a night in this month which is better than thousand months
  4. Fasting during the day and spending the nights in prayer out of faith and in the hope of reward is a mean of forgiveness.
  5. Allah opens the gates of Paradise and closes the gates of Hell, and chains up the devils during this month
  6. Praying the night prayer until the imam finishes is like praying for the whole night
  7. Every good deed is rewarded up to 700 times and in some cases even more during this month

Three Virtues of Laylat-ul-Qadr (The Night of Decree)

Laylat-ul-Qadr is an honourable night which Allah gave great characteristics, to show its virtues and status…

  1. It is the night in which the Qur’an was revealed. as Allah says: “Verily, We have sent it (this Qur’an) down in the night of Al-Qadr (Decree).” [Surat Al Qadr: 1]. The revelation of the Qur’an is therefore a proof to show the status and virtue of Laylat-ul-Qadr. Out of all night Allah chose this night (the night of decree) to reveal the His final Book. The Book which will lead many people to enter the Paradise. The Book which will continue guiding humanity until the establishment of the hour.
  1. Allah described it as a blessed night by his saying: “We sent it (this Qur’an) down on a blessed night [(i.e. the night of Al-Qadr, Sûrah No. 97) in the month of Ramadan. Verily, We are ever warning [mankind that Our Torment will reach those who disbelieve in Our Oneness of Lordship and in Our Oneness of worship].” [Surat Ad-Dukhan: 3] So, it is blessed because of its abundant goodness, great virtue, and the great rewards which Allah gives to those who perform Qiyam (Voluntary Night Prayer) out of faith and hoping for Allah’s Reward.
  1. Allah mentioned in His Book: “Therein (that night) is decreed every matter of ordainments.” [Surat Ad-Dukhan: 4] i.e., Precise commands relating to the livings of people and their deaths are separated from Al Lawh-ul-Mahfuzh (the Preserved Tablet) to the sheets of angels —who record all matters of people, such as: sustenance, actions, events, and ages— up to the next year by Allah’s Knowledge, Wisdom, and Ability; and that indicates the status of that night.

We ask Allah to ease of the pain and worries of Muslims across the world.

We ask Allah to bring happiness and prosperity in Muslim Lives in Ramadan and outside Ramadan

Finally, we ask Allah to accept our Sadaqah and Zakat, which we have donated towards U4H’s Ramadan Zakat Appeal and other charitable causes.

Change Muslim Lives – Donate for U4H’s Ramadan Zakat Appeal