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Ramadan

Pray. Give. Empower This Ramadan

The blessed month of Ramadan is almost upon as and it is a time for us to come together to grow and reflect on our iman, to share our faith with others and give to those in need.

During this most blessed month, we are asking you to remember the 274 million people across the globe who need humanitarian assistance and welcome you to follow in the footsteps of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in striving to benefit others.

This year, we ask you to do just three simple things: to PRAY, GIVE AND EMPOWER. Together, let us pray for the families of Syria, Yemen, Palestine and all those displaced across the world. Together, let us give to provide food, housing, water, and hope. And together, let us empower families and communities through education, livelihoods and support.

Whether it’s your Zakat, your Sadaqah, your Fidyah, or your Fitrana – you know that if you donate to us this Ramadan, we will put your donations into action.

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Feed the fasting this Ramadan

Feed A Family This Ramadan

Over 800 million people are currently going hungry around the world. Every Ramadan, Action For Humanity provides food parcels containing essential items to feed families of five. These food parcels allow families to be prepared for the month of Ramadan, easing their worries about how to access food to break their fast with. 

We make sure that these items are locally procured and distributed in informal Internally displaced
(IDP) settlements, camps and collective shelters. Carefully selected local suppliers complete the process of packaging, closely monitored by our teams in the field to ensure quality. Each basket contains nutritional food
items which are selected following the food cluster standards. Feed a family today!

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Eid Gifts and Zakat ul-Fitr

Syrian children require clothes, food, education and health care. This year, we will distribute multi-purpose cash grants to the families of children in need and the carers of the children who live without their parents. This will help cover the cost of purchasing items for Eid as well as other essentials. We will also distribute Fitrana cash assistance to individuals in Syria before Eid.

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This year, we are asking you to do just three simple things: to PRAY, GIVE AND EMPOWER.

Together, let us pray for the families of Syria, Yemen and all those displaced across the world.Together, let us give generously to provide food, housing, water, and hope.And together, let us empower families and communities through education, livelihoods and support.

Thanks to you, we help 4 people every 60 seconds.

Whether it’s your Zakat, your Sadaqah, your Fidyah, or your Fitrana – we will turn your donations into action.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Frequently Asked Question

When is Ramadan 2022?

It begins Saturday, 2 April and ends Sunday, 1 May depending on the moon sighting. 

When does Ramadan finish?

Sunday 1st May. The exact time depends on the sighting of the moon.

What is Zakat-ul-Fitr?

It is a charitable duty of every Muslim to give to those in need at the end a Ramadan enabling them to take part in Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations.

When should Zakat-ul-Fitr be paid?

Within the months of Ramadan, before the start of Eid prayer.

What happens if you miss a fast during Ramadan?

You are expected to make up the missed time by fasting after Ramadan (but not during Eid). However, if this is not possible due to a valid reason such as a medical issue then you will be required to pay a charitable donation as a form of compensation known as Fidya.

When should Fidya be paid?

Within the months of Ramadan, before the start of Eid prayer.

How much is Fidya?

£5 per day

When is Eid after Ramadan?

Tuesday 3rd May 2022