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Ramadan is the month of the Quran, the month for fasting and the month during which Shaytan is enslaved. It is an opportunity for us to take notice of how blessed and grateful we truly are and to feel a tiny portion of the daily hardship that our brothers and sisters endure in underdeveloped nations like Syria, Pakistan, Palestine, Yemen, and the Gambia.

Each year Ramadan draws people closer to Islam and makes them consider how fortunate they are to have the support of their families, the companionship of their friends, and the benefit of good health. Moreover, it plays a significant role in demonstrating the value of cooperation, empathy, and respect for one another in fostering friendships, equality, and togetherness among Muslims.

Unfortunately, not everyone is able to take advantage of this privilege. Hence, we remain persistent in offering Iftar and Suhur to the weak, hungry, orphaned, widowed, refugees, poor, and sick.

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The Prophet (PBUH) was the most giving, but during Ramadan, when Jibreel (AS) would meet him, he would be even more so. During Ramadan, Jibreel (AS) used to visit him every evening and read the Quran with him. At that time, the Prophet (PBUH) was more generous and forgiving than the blowing wind. (Al-Bukhari)

The Prophet of Allah (PBUH) also encouraged people to give during difficult times and guaranteed that generosity serves as a shield against tragedies. As the world grapples with calamities, growing inflation, and escalating conflicts, it’s more crucial than ever to give of what we have in order to shield ourselves from adversity and cleanse our wealth, while also helping others who can’t defend themselves.

The cost of living and inflation is at an all-time high, and many who were already struggling are now battling for their lives during Ramadan. However, you can make a difference, and they will reward you in their duas, elevating your status in the eyes of Allah SWT. With your generosity during Ramadan, we will be able to build wells and water filtration systems, treat mothers and infants, care for orphans, educate children, and provide livelihoods to individuals who can support their families.

This Ramadan, Al Mustafa Trust International is working on special Ramadan programmes that you can support. Your contributions throughout Ramadan, whether they be in the form of Zakat, Sadaqah, Fidya, or Kafarah, will enable us to offer flour bags as well as Sahar and Iftar for  underprivileged families


Every adult, sane Muslim who owns wealth beyond the nisab value has the noble responsibility to pay zakat. 2.5% of your wealth must be donated to the people who are in the greatest need worldwide. Your zakat will assist many people to escape poverty, save lives, and build bright futures.

Uncertain of the correct amount to pay for Zakat? If you’re unsure about how much to give, you can estimate it using the ATI Zakat Calculator.

Use the power of Zakat and Sadaqah to your advantage and give generously during the beautiful month of Ramadan.

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We are grateful for your generous contributions in 2022, and we eagerly anticipate your generous Ramadan donations in 2023. Islam offers numerous rewards for practicing generosity and these rewards are much greater in the Holy Month of Ramadan. We hope you make the most of this Holy Month and help us to feed others.

If you haven’t already, you can start by calculating and donating your Zakat using our Zakat Calculator.

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