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Provide lifesaving emergency aid to the people of Palestine
Give lifesaving emergency relief to earthquake survivors
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Relief, medical aid, food packs, and shelter for those devastated by the historic earthquake in Morocco.
Restoring hope and rebuilding faith in humanity
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November 20th, 2023
The Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is excited to launch the ZFI (Zakat Foundation Institute) Muslim Philanthropy and Humanitarian Studies Fellowship.
November 15th, 2023
Nov. 5 was the 31st anniversary of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, which was held in Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.
At a time when all aid is critical, the most immediate survival needs must be met if there’s any hope of providing long-term aid. Join the Caravan of Hope in bringing 1 million meals to Palestinians in Gaza.
Zakat Foundation provides access to education and creating powerful antidotes to unrest, distrust, and war.
Zakat Foundation is caring for those who can’t care for themselves. We directly and fully sponsor thousands of orphans, connecting them with their sponsors so that they know and communicate with one another.
Offering a solution-oriented educational experience that accelerates the success of the social good sectors.
Deliberate, good actions that we are guided in Islam tend to come with at least two benefits: one in this life and one spiritual. Making a zakat donation is no different.
Is the Qurbani Sacrifice (Udhyah) Mandatory? We Answer This Common Question.
Charity in Islam isn’t limited to certain months, though there is a strong preference among Muslims to give during Ramadan to multiply blessings.
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In 2022, 91¢ from each dollar donated went directly toward programs serving those in need. 4¢ went to administrative costs & 5¢ went to fundraising costs.