In the Spirit of Ramadan, Extend a Helping Hand to Sajida and Tarique for Their Livelihood and Eid Celebration

1. Raising funds for sister Sajida, a widow who lives in rented accommodation in Jasola Vihar, New Delhi. She is a nurse who looks after sick and old people privately. Unfortunately, she hasn’t had a job and difficulty raising her kids for the last few months. Both the kids are school-going and underage to do any work. Apart from that, her house rent has also been pending for the last 3 months, which is 5k per month.
Target: 25K

2. We are also Raising funds for Mohd Tarique, a native of UP who lives in Delhi. He lost his job a few months back and had no means of earning money as his father was also sick back in the village. Father is on dialysis right now, and they have had no means of earning for the past few months. He is going through time; his house rent is also pending for the past 4 months, which is 4k per month.
Target: 22K
Assist both families and ease their problems so they can pass the last Ashra of Ramadan and celebrate the Eid ul Fitr Peacefully. ”



Sponser Iftar for Unpriviliged People Living in Remote Areas

Some of us can’t afford to host big iftar dinners, donate iftar to the local masjid, or feed a poor family for the month. That doesn’t mean we have to miss out on the rewards of providing iftar.
The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘(O people!) Save yourselves from the Fire even if it is with half a date; if you cannot find that, then (save yourselves by saying) a good word’. [Muslim]
If all we can give in charity is half a date, we should still give that. Regarding iftar, the Prophet (saw) encouraged his Companions (ra) to provide as much as they could, even if it was only a drink of water.
This Ramadan, you can double the reward of your fast for just 80 per day (providing one cooked iftar) – so don’t miss out! The most important thing is that you are sincere in seeking reward and forgiveness.


Gift a storage water cooler to the students of downtrodden background

Assist a school located in the Village of Khardouni, Meerut (UP), with a storage water cooler of 80 litres. The school operates under a small trust and aims to educate students from downtrodden backgrounds at a nominal operating fee. In the blessed month of Ramadan, come forward to give the gift of water to those students. It’s a form of Sadqa e Jariyah, which will benefit you in this world and hereafter. 


Assist Mohd Irfan to repay his small loan

Raising funds to repay the loan of Mohammad Irfan, a native of Hyderabad. He is a Rapido driver and earns hard for their family. Unfortunately, due to some medical emergency (his father was on dialysis, and his wife was also admitted to the hospital due to pregnancy), he took a loan from a local money lender on his bike, Bajaj discover on 3rd March 2024. He uses this bike in his daily rides, and since then, he has been unemployed as his bike is a mortgage with the money lender.


Ramadan kits Drive

Help us reach needy people this Ramadan.

We aim to distribute Ramadan grocery kits to needy families who cannot afford wholesome iftar. The disadvantaged people include the widows, orphans, single parents, and the people going through financial crunch. 

One Ramadan Kit will cost

1500 rupees around including: 

Wheat flour
Gram Flour
Roohafza/Tag etc


Zakat and Sadqah Drive

About Zakat al-Mal (Zakat on Wealth)

Alms are only for the poor and the needy. The officials (appointed) over them, and those whose hearts are made to incline (to truth) and the (ransoming of) captives and those in debts and in the way of Allah and the wayfarer; an ordinance from Allah; and Allah is Knowing Wise. {Quran 9:60}
Zakat al-Mal due for an individual is calculated by taking 2.5% of his/her total wealth.
Your Zakat can benefit many, including:
– Orphans
– Feeding
– Water wells
– Education