Sponser Iftar for Unpriviliged People Living in Remote Areas

Short Brief

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.






During Ramadan, Allah (swt) showers us with his infinite mercy and blessings, and many of us will work hard to draw closer to Him, seek forgiveness, and maximise our rewards.

One of the best ways to increase our Iman and multiply our reward in the blessed month is by providing iftar to someone less fortunate. This is a beautiful deed that the Prophet (saw) practised and encouraged his ummah to perform.

The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Ramadan is the month of my Ummah’ [Suyuti]. We urge you to follow his wise words and gain the reward of supporting our vulnerable brothers and sisters. Send them food for the entire month. Be their hope this Ramadan.