Zakat Al-Fitr: Blessings to Your soul and Their Livelihoods
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Give Zakat Al-Fitr to Those Who Need it The Most in Gaza, Northern Syria & Lebanon

Zakat al-Fitr is a mandatory charity that is obligatory upon every Muslim who has enough food for themselves at the end of the blessed month of Ramadan. The primary purpose of Zakat al-Fitr is to enable the poor and needy to share the joy and happiness of Eid with other Muslims.

Paying Zakat al-Fitr is obligatory upon every Muslim who has enough food for themselves and their family for one day and one night. It is also necessary to pay it on behalf of every member of the family who does not have any money, including the wife, children, and infants.

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How much is Zakat al-Fitr?

The value of Zakat al-Fitr in Ramadan 2024 has been set between $8.5 USD and $12 USD per person. This is based on the average global price of grains.

When is Zakat al-Fitr paid? Who can receive it?

Zakat al-Fitr should be paid before the Eid prayer. It is forbidden to delay it after Eid, and it must be made up if it is missed. It is preferable to pay it during the month of Ramadan so that the poor can prepare for Eid al-Fitr.

Your Zakat al-Fitr will be distributed directly to affected families in Gaza, Syria, and Lebanon in the form of cash or food assistance. This ensures that immediate and tangible support reaches those in need.

 

What's the Difference Between Zakat Al Fitr and Zakat Al Mal?

Zakat al-Maal and Zakat al-Fitr are both financial obligations that aim to achieve social solidarity among Muslims. Although they share some characteristics, they differ in several key aspects.

Zakat al-Maal is obligatory on every adult, sane, free Muslim who owns a specific amount of wealth (nisab) after one year has passed. It’s distributed to the eight categories of people specified in Islamic law. While Zakat al-Fitr is obligatory on every free Muslim, male or female, young or old, rich or poor, on the last day of Ramadan. It’s distributed to the poor and needy only.

Your donation to us is secure and reliable, making a real difference in the lives of those who rely on you in these challenging times.

Donations to Gaza are often higher compared to other countries due to the challenges of reaching people amidst the conflict and the elevated cost of living in the region.

Please note that we are committed to providing assistance to the specific country or project at the time of donation. However, in the event that the response is completed or there are obstacles that prevent us, we reserve the right to redirect donations to other projects and responses with higher priority.

Give Zakat Al-Fitr to Those Who Need it The Most in Gaza, Northern Syria & Lebanon

Zakat al-Fitr is a mandatory charity that is obligatory upon every Muslim who has enough food for themselves at the end of the blessed month of Ramadan. The primary purpose of Zakat al-Fitr is to enable the poor and needy to share the joy and happiness of Eid with other Muslims.

Paying Zakat al-Fitr is obligatory upon every Muslim who has enough food for themselves and their family for one day and one night. It is also necessary to pay it on behalf of every member of the family who does not have any money, including the wife, children, and infants.

How much is Zakat al-Fitr?

The value of Zakat al-Fitr in Ramadan 2024 has been set between $8.5 USD and $12 USD per person. This is based on the average global price of grains.

When is Zakat al-Fitr paid? Who can receive it?

Zakat al-Fitr should be paid before the Eid prayer. It is forbidden to delay it after Eid, and it must be made up if it is missed. It is preferable to pay it during the month of Ramadan so that the poor can prepare for Eid al-Fitr.

Your Zakat al-Fitr will be distributed directly to affected families in Gaza, Syria, and Lebanon in the form of cash or food assistance. This ensures that immediate and tangible support reaches those in need.

 

DSC02018 copy
What's the Difference Between Zakat Al Fitr and Zakat Al Mal?

Zakat al-Maal and Zakat al-Fitr are both financial obligations that aim to achieve social solidarity among Muslims. Although they share some characteristics, they differ in several key aspects.

Zakat al-Maal is obligatory on every adult, sane, free Muslim who owns a specific amount of wealth (nisab) after one year has passed. It’s distributed to the eight categories of people specified in Islamic law. While Zakat al-Fitr is obligatory on every free Muslim, male or female, young or old, rich or poor, on the last day of Ramadan. It’s distributed to the poor and needy only.

Your donation to us is secure and reliable, making a real difference in the lives of those who rely on you in these challenging times.

Donations to Gaza are often higher compared to other countries due to the challenges of reaching people amidst the conflict and the elevated cost of living in the region.

Please note that we are committed to providing assistance to the specific country or project at the time of donation. However, in the event that the response is completed or there are obstacles that prevent us, we reserve the right to redirect donations to other projects and responses with higher priority.