Ramadan 2021

Ramadan 2021

Share your Ramadan with those less fortunate

Ramadan the month of mercy and compassion should be a blissful time for all Muslims

Sadly, for our brothers and sisters across the world living in poverty, they will be pre-occupied with fighting hunger, thirst, war, conflict, and more.

Feed the fasting

Ramadan is exceptionally difficult for the poor and needy as at the end of a long and hard day of fasting, there is little food to go round at iftaar. Hot meals are even rarer. From as little as £20 you can provide a hot nutritious iftaar meal to five needy fasting people and ensure they are nourished and sustained, ready for their next fasts.

Share your Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of mercy so share your mercy with those in great need.
Donate a Rahmah pack containing a staple food parcel, clean water & a mother and baby pack to help a family struggling to make ends meet.

Iftar at Masjid Al-Aqsa

Earn the rewards of providing a nutritious meal to worshippers in the great Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest Islamic site in the world and the place where the holy prophet Mohammed (PBUH) ascended to the heavens!
Just £80 provides a nourishing meal for 10 people.

Masjid Iftar

Our Masjid Iftar Project provides an entire congregation of mosque goers from impoverished communities with a fulfilling meal at sunset (500 people)

Share your Suhoor

The pre-dawn meal (Suhoor) has a lot of blessings in it according to Islam. However for many, they will be forced to skip this meal because they simply can’t afford it.

Provide a satisfying pre-dawn meal to a struggling fasting person, ensuring they have the energy to continue their day.

Support an Orphan

Orphans living in poverty often miss out on the joys of being young.

Global Rahmah Foundation’s orphan and needy child sponsorship allows you to share your love and generosity with a child in great need. You can make sure a disadvantaged child is adequately fed, clothed and schooled for a year.

Ramadan FAQ’s

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan remembers the month the Qur'an (the Muslim holy book) was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.
The actual night that the Qur'an was revealed is a night known as Lailatul-Qadr ('The Night of Power').

How long is Ramadan?

Ramadan is either 29 or 30 days depending on the month it falls upon.
The time during which it takes place varies every year.
This is because the date depends on the Islamic lunar calendar.

When can you eat during Ramadan?

Most Muslims fast between dawn and sunset.
Fasting allows Muslims to devote themselves to their faith.
It is thought to teach self-discipline and reminds them of the suffering of the poor.

When is Ramadan 2021?

This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on Tuesday 13th April 2021, and end on Wednesday 12th May.
(Depending on the sighting of the moon)

When is Eid 2021?

Eid al-Fitr officially begins at the start of the Islamic month of Shawwal.
Eid al-Fitr 2021 is expected on Thursday 13th May, 2021
(Depending on the sighting of the moon)

£20 - Hot Iftaar Meals for 5

£80 - Iftar at Masjid Al-Aqsa for 10 People

£120 - Ramadan Pack

£1500 - Masjid Iftar for 500 People

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