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From a humanitarian perspective, 2023 was one of the most challenging years. Yet, the generosity and compassion of the American people were just as strong as these challenges.
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February 9th, 2024
With Ramadan 2024 expected to commence in less than 2 months, in March 2024, Muslims worldwide are gearing up to embrace the physical, mental, and spiritual demands of this profoundly blessed month.
February 7th, 2024
As Members and partners of InterAction, we welcome the inclusion of more than $10 billion in humanitarian assistance in the Senate’s supplemental package to address global needs.
February 6th, 2024
One particular form of charity, zakat al-fitr, has a special significance with regards to Ramadan and one’s local Muslim community.
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.
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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 2023, 90¢ from each dollar donated went directly toward programs serving those in need. 4¢ went to administrative costs & 6¢ went to fundraising costs.