June 7th, 2023
She left behind a legacy of caring, sharing, and generosity. Dr. Sadaf Khan was a brilliant pediatric cardiologist and incredibly humble.
December 14th, 2022
Thanks to your generous contribution to our winter relief program, we have reached vulnerable Syrian refugee families living in refugee camps in Aarsal.
November 22nd, 2022
Joe Bradford discusses with Preacher Moss how Muslims can spread their blessings by paying their Zakat on days other than Ramadan days.
Find out which hotel is Imam Siraj’s favorite and you’ll never think of giving Zakat the same way again. ZakatCurious airs 11/25 on USHUB TV
This lighthearted and inspiring exchange between Preacher Moss and Imam Siraj Wahaj in Brooklyn brings to life the emotional side of giving Zakat.
May May Ali shares with Preacher Moss what her father Muhammad Ali’s actions taught her about giving charity.
An intimate conversation between the Zakat Collector, Preacher Moss, and Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans on the cultural and community complexities in thinking about Zakat.
November 9th, 2022
"The cold is intolerable." These are the words of a refugee child surviving yet another winter without shelter. With tents leaking and water dropping on their heads, displaced families struggle to keep warm.
October 12th, 2022
Recent flooding in Sudan has caused poor sanitary conditions and allowed mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria and dengue to spread.
October 11th, 2022
In partnership with Alkhidmat, Zakat Foundation of America pledged to distribute 140 tons of rice to 10 thousand families in 32 flood-hit districts across Balochistan province
September 22nd, 2022
Our half million dollars pledge to aid in Pakistan flood relief is underway, but your generosity can truly make a difference.
September 21st, 2022
Israeli airstrikes in Gaza killed innocent civilians, many of them children. Let's help them rebuild.
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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.