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Wednesday, 24 April 2019

Charity In Ramadan

Muslim Hands

Before we know it, the blessed month of Ramadan will soon be here again. Many of us will find ourselves stocking up for suhoor and iftar meals, booking time off for the Holy month and working our daily schedules around the Ramadan timetable.

We will prepare for this prestigious month from the warmth and comfort of our own homes, but there are millions of people out there who do not even know where their next meal will come from, let alone how they will be planning to open their fast during Ramadan.

Your World...

Wherever you live in this world, there will always be worries and concerns to stress over. These worries are usually based on things like finances, family problems and grievances, planning your next holiday or which car to buy next; all valid and real concerns for many people…

Their World…

For so many people though, all around the world, these everyday worries are a luxury they can only imagine. Due to conflicts and incidents outside of their control, sadly, there are many people – including a vast number of children – who must deal with losing their homes, their families, their belongings, and so much more.

Make a Difference This Ramadan and Beyond with Muslim Hands

Here at Muslim Hands, we have a wealth of experience with helping those in need and we have many campaigns that help us provide aid where it matters most. With the generosity of our supporters, we can continue providing for those most in need this Ramadan 2019, and beyond.

So many of us aim to give to charity on the Night of Power during the final ten nights of the Holy month, which is a night that holds great reward and investment for our Hereafter. While giving during the month of Ramadan is an obligation for all able Muslims, with necessary contributions such as fitrana (Zakat-ul-Fitr) in place, it is also good to remember that charity is an act we should always participate in wherever we can – for those we help feed during Ramadan will still be hungry during the days that follow.

Giving to charity in order to gain reward is one thing but giving to charity purely as a selfless act of humanity is quite another.


"Those who spend in charity, their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public, have their reward with their Lord: for them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve"

-        The Holy Qur’an (2:274)


Use this new year as an opportunity to make a change and resolve to help others wherever and however you are able. Take a moment to reflect how you - in the coming months, during Ramadan 2019 and beyond – can help make a difference to those most in need. A small dent in our pockets could be a life-changing reality for someone else. Give our dedicated team at Muslim Hands a call today on 021 633 6413 for more information.

Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands SA NPC is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.