£ 600 - Qurbani (Full Cow)
£ 75 - Qurbani (Cow Share)
£ 175 - Qurbani (Goat)
£80 - Food Packs / One Family
£160 - Food Packs / Two Families
£100 - Sponsoring 1 Widow
£200 - Sponsoring 2 Widows
£160 - Akhuwat Educational Project
£350 - Livelihood for 1 Disabled Person
£700 - Livelihood Support for 2 Disabled People
£1900 - Akhuwat Educational Project
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Help for the Disabled

In developing countries where poverty is rife, it isn’t uncommon for disabled people to be ostracised by their communities, and even abandoned by family members. Unemployable and without any skills, many are forced to beg on the streets to make money.

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Power Up Your Zakat this Ramadan

Muslims are obligated to pay Zakat annually. We’re required to donate a portion of our wealth to needy Muslims who are eligible to receive Zakat. But did you know that you can give your Zakat differently this Ramadan, to amplify its impact on the lives of the needy?

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A Helping Hand for Women Entrepreneurs

With limited employment opportunities in the village of Samnabad (Pakistan), people struggle to find work and earn enough to look after themselves and their families. But enterprising people will always find a way.

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The Last 10 Nights of Ramadan

The month of Ramadan is considered the holiest for Muslims and is the month of Allah’s (SWT) blessings, mercy and forgiveness. The last Ashra of Ramadan (the last 10 nights) is known as Safety from the Hellfire. It is an opportunity to increase our spirituality, seek forgiveness and gain closeness to Allah (SWT).

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Ramadan is the month of blessings, in which all Muslims who are able, perform two of the most important pillars of their faith…

Ramadan is the month of blessings, in which all Muslims who are able, perform two of the most important pillars of their faith…

Poverty is probably the biggest problem the world faces right now. Almost a tenth of the world’s population lives in extreme…

Akhuwat’s Clothes Bank project is more than just about clothes. By collecting old clothes and distributing them to people who cannot afford…

Having a decent house is a human right. It is critical to a person’s health, dignity, safety, as well as their inclusion and contribution to society…