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Just giving 2.5% of your wealth annually could end poverty

The Prophet (PBUH) said, “(In order to enter Paradise) you should worship Allah and do not ascribe any partners to Him, offer prayer perfectly, pay the Zakat and keep good relations with your Kith and kin." (Hadith Bukhari)

Zakat - Our Promise to the Ummah

A beautiful Sunnah that empowers others with just 2.5% of your wealth

$50 can provide life-saving healthcare at our mobile clinic in Gaza.

$50 can deliver vital healthcare to two mothers or babies at Al Imaan Hospital in Idlib, Syria.

$100 can provide four olive trees to farmers in Palestine, Iraq or Syria.

$300 can contribute to building a sturdy, long-lasting home with a living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom for a family of 5 affected by the earthquake in Turkey.

Your Zakat is an Amanah upon us, a trust that we hold ourselves accountable to under the command of the Most Merciful. Give your Zakat in the holy month of Ramadan and multiply your reward by 70 times.

The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said,“…whoever discharges an obligatory deed in (this month) shall receive the reward of performing seventy obligations at any other time." (Ibn Khuzaymah)

Zakat keeps us accountable for our wealth

Zakat is our reminder that our comfort is a gift from Allah, one that we are accountable for. Every penny we spend should do no harm in the world, but our wealth should also contribute to making the world fairer. By giving Zakat, we purify our wealth as commanded by Allah to our responsibilities to His gift, and to the ummah.

Entrust your Zakat to our 32 years of experience in fulfilling this pillar of Islam. Our Zakat Fund is scholar-verified, and entirely Sharia-compliant.

As Muslims, giving Zakat ensures that 2.5% of our surplus wealth is shared with those who are struggling to survive. It is a beautiful pillar of our faith, which spreads Allah’s bounty and mercy not only to those who receive Zakat charity but also to those who give it.

Expert guardians of your charity since 1991

For 32 years, we have been helping you give Zakat, Not only are we an award-winning charity, but we’re also one of the longest-serving Muslim charities in the UK. Working in 27 countries across the world, Human Appeal helped over 4.3 million people in 2023 with the help of your generous Zakat donations.

Every single project has transparent monitoring and accounting, allowing us to continue to report our work to you, and allowing you to be confident that your charity is going where you intended. To ensure sustainability, each project is overseen by relevant specialists, such as engineers, architects, and medical staff. With our commitment to transparency, all details of our Zakat projects are clearly shared in our Annual Report.

Our Zakat policy and the way we implement Zakat has been verified by Islamic scholars, who oversee and verify how we fundraise, distribute, monitor and report our Zakat donations. We’re also independently verified and certified against the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS).

With rigorous governance and continued transparency, we ensure that your Zakat is in safe hands from the moment that you donate it all the way until its delivered to those who are eligible under the eight categories laid out in the Holy Quran.

Entrust your Zakat to our decades of experience, and you’ll help to provide long-term, empowering projects that help people to lift themselves out of poverty, such as clean water wells, livelihood training, medical care, and schooling to some of the most vulnerable communities this Ramadan.

Zakat as mercy

Your Zakat is truly a mercy for those facing the horrors of war, displacement, and climate crises. We strive to ensure that it reaches them safely and effectively. Our Zakat projects are designed to have a lasting impact, bringing positive change year after year. We thank you for entrusting us with your Zakat. It is through your donations that our life-changing projects become a reality.

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Together, let us continue to share the mercy of Zakat, now and in the future.