Religious Dues

Laylatul Qadr

The Last 10 nights of Ramadan, the nights of power and mercy, offer us an unparalleled opportunity to reap countless rewards and blessings.

Fidya & Kaffarah

When you are unable to fast because of ill health or pregnancy you must pay Fidya for a needy person to be fed as compensation. For each missed fast, you should provide one poor person with a meal at a cost of £5.

Qurbani

As we approach the 10th day of Dhul Hijjah, it is once again time for us to make a sacrifice for the sake of Allah to feed the hungry. Global Rahmah Foundation has been distributing Qurbani, to some of the worst affected areas around the world for many years.

Sadaqah Jariyah

Global Rahmah Foundation’s sustainable, long-term projects have been created with this blessed charity in mind, providing us an opportunity to make a difference…

Aqiqah

Global Rahmah Foundation carries out your Aqiqah sacrifices in Gaza, Lebanon, Yemen, and Bangladesh (Rohingya refugees) for disadvantaged communities to benefit from, easing their food insecurities and offering them a nutritious, healthy meal.

Sadaqah

We have been, and continue to, distribute your Sadaqah donations to some of the neediest communities in the world. We are assisting tens of thousands of disadvantaged people across eight countries,

Zakat

It is a religious obligation on every Muslim that has reached puberty, is sane and possesses the minimum required wealth (Nisab). It involves giving a set amount of 2.5% of one’s wealth to those in need…

Ramadan 2021

By donating towards GRF’s Ramadan projects, you can break your fast in the knowledge that a families in Gaza, refugees in Lebanon, Jordan & Bangladesh and the needy in Yemen, are also enjoying a meal at sunset.

Nisab Value

It is a religious obligation on every Muslim that has reached puberty, is sane and possesses the minimum required wealth (Nisab). It involves giving a set amount of 2.5% of one’s wealth to those in need…

Zakat on Gold

It is a religious obligation on every Muslim that has reached puberty, is sane and possesses the minimum required wealth (Nisab). It involves giving a set amount of 2.5% of one’s wealth to those in need…

Fitrana (Zakat ul Fitr)

It is a religious obligation on every Muslim that has reached puberty, is sane and possesses the minimum required wealth (Nisab). It involves giving a set amount of 2.5% of one’s wealth to those in need…

Feed the Fasting

Ramadan is a month of selflessness and giving and a period in which we reflect on the bounties granted to us by our lord. Through fasting we are able to experience the plight of those suffering hunger around the world, albeit for a short time before we enjoy a nutritious meal at sunset. With hunger [...]

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