Assalamu Alaykum Dear Supporters
Ramadan, the blessed month of goodness and a fountain of generosity and blessings from Allah (swt) is here. This is because the bounties of Allah are increased more than in any other month. It is a month from which we must take full benefit. Generosity is a quality of Allah and his Messenger (pbuh). Whenever anyone would come to the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) and ask for something, He (pbuh) would never let that person empty handed.
The Prophet (peace be upon Him) said:
“The best charity is that given in Ramadan.”
Imams Al-Bukhari and Muslim reported Ibn ‘Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, had said, “The Prophet (pbuh) was the most generous of people. He used to be the most generous in Ramadan when he would meet with angel Jibreal and study the Quran with him. Angel Jibreal would meet with the Prophet every night in Ramadan to teach him the Quran. The Prophet (pbuh) was so generous when he met with Jibreal, more generous than the wind that brings rain.”
5 Countries Emergency Relief
From internal conflicts to natural disasters, Al-Khair Foundation prides itself in being one of the first on the ground to respond. In the event of an emergency, we dispatch our relief teams to assess the situation, provide vital support and deliver necessary aid.
• £50 – Our Ramadan Food Pack feeds a family of six for a month
• £100 – Our Water Tanker’s supply a whole community (share)
• £500 – Provides water, food, medical supplies, and shelter collectively for Syria, Iraq, Rohingya, Yemen & East Africa.
Your Donations Help us to Save Lives
At Al-Khair Foundation, we pride ourselves in our commitment towards ensuring transparency and accountability. Since last Ramadan we have committed to ongoing projects and delivered numerous projects across the world.
In Syria, you funded the paediatric department at Bab Al Hawa Hospital in Idlib – where over 1,500 patients have been treated completely free of charge. Cooked meals and cash vouchers were also distributed for 3,890 families trapped inside Eastern Ghouta.
In Gaza, your donations are sponsoring 647 orphaned Palestinian children and providing financial assistance on a monthly basis. Your donations also supported the setup of a hospital located in the Gaza strip, to provide quality maternal and paediatric healthcare to 620,000 people from surrounding neighbourhoods.
In response to the Rohingya Crisis, your donations distributed 12,000 meals in Kutupalong Camp, Cox’s Bazar. Furthermore, 2,000 families were provided with a food pack lasting a month, as well as 1,600 transitional shelters for the Rohingya community in Kutupalong Camp.
100% Zakat Policy
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. Every Muslim must pay 2.5% Zakat on his or her savings. This works out at £25 for every £1,000. This Ramadan please give your Zakat to Al-Khair Foundation, where we operate a 100% Zakat donations policy
Let’s Not Let Anyone Go Hungry This Ramadan
Feeding someone in the month of Ramadan is one of the greatest deeds a person can do. SubhanAllah some of us have been blessed with the opportunity to eat at anytime we can, yet approximately 815 million people (around 10% of the entire world population) have suffered from food insecurity and went hungry in 2016. .
It was narrated that Zayd ibn Khaalid al-Juhani said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever gives iftaar to a fasting person will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the reward of the fasting person in the slightest.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi,
A £50 donation provides a family food pack that feeds a family of 6 people. High in nutrients, the food packs consist of: rice, oil, four types of lentils, salt, tea, dry milk, spices, flour and sugar.
Bless & Be Blessed This Ramadan
Together let’s make this Ramadan the best one yet, Insha’Allah. Regardless of if you want to donate £25 or £25,000 we have a project you can support. Please support us generously. Our emergency relief provides life-changing support around the world where it is needed most and Al-Khair Foundation pledge to continue working, in partnership with you, to help people survive and thrive.
“Ramadan has come to you. (it is) a month of blessing, in which allah (swt) covers you with blessing, for he sends down mercy, decreases sins and answers prayers… in it, Allah looks at your competition (in good deeds) and boasts about you to his angels. So show Allah goodness from yourselves.”
The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as narrated by Tabarani