We pay special attention to the blessed month of Rajab because Allah has chosen Rajab above other months to be sacred! The Messenger of Allah ﷺ himself would venerate this month. When the month started, he would seek its blessings, saying: اللَّهُمَّ بَارِكْ لَنَا في رَجَبٍ
What is Qurbani? Qurbani, or Uḍḥiya as it is known in Arabic, is the practice of sacrificing an animal for Allah (ﷻ). Every year, on the days of Eid-ul-Adha from the 10th to the 13th of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims around the world sacrifice an animal to mark the completion of Hajj.
There are so many worthy charitable causes to support, but it can feel a little disheartening when you can’t give as much as you’d like to. Have you ever considered not giving charity, fearing that your ‘small’ donation won’t make a difference? In
No matter how inspired you are, it’s always daunting to start a crowdfunding campaign. You worry if anyone will donate; if people will believe in your campaign as much as you do, and if you’ll reach your fundraising goal. In this blog, we share five reasons why you should
Muslims are hardwired to please Allah (swt). We have big dreams of eradicating poverty, bringing about world peace and giving every single child access to education. We want to change the world. The problem is, we try to do it alone when we should be working together.
Charity starts at home. We know this. Our prophet (PBUH) teaches us this. This Ramadan, play your part to strengthen your ties of kinship by coming together with your families to raise and give funds together as a family. Allah’s Messenger said: “Giving charity to a poor
There are lots of reasons to give to charity – even when you’re not particularly religious. You might do it to help people in need, to teach your children about generosity and selflessness, or even to secure tax deductions. But when you’re a Believer, your reasons for
According to a British poll, Muslims in the UK donate more to charity than any other faith group. In Ramadan alone, we gave over £130 million – and that figure doesn’t include the undocumented charity we likely gave to our mosques and family members abroad. But this