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If you skipped a day of fasting last year without a valid reason, you must fast for 60 consecutive days (per missed or broken fast) or pay Kaffarah. If you had a valid reason to break your fast – such as travel, pregnancy, or sickness, then you should pay Fidya instead.

$720 – Kaffarah - provides a meal to 60 people and compensates for one deliberately broken fast.

As we approach Ramadan this year, it’s an ideal time to ensure that all fasts last Ramadan are accounted for.

How does it work?

Kaffarah means expiation – or making up for – sins. When you missed a fast that you had no legitimate reason to, Kaffarah requires you to feed 60 people two full meals for every day that you broke or missed a fast. With 32 years of experience delivering your Kaffarah, Human Appeal allows you to quickly and easily compensate for one broken fast by donating $720. This will provide a nutritious iftar to 60 people in Pakistan and Syria this upcoming Ramadan.

Why give your Kaffarah through Human Appeal?

We’ve been carrying out your Kaffarah compensations for 32 years. When it comes to matters as important as recompensing for missed fasts, experience is absolutely key. We have longstanding, but regularly updated and assessed, systems in place to make sure that your Kaffarah is carried out in in a timely and efficient manner, adhering to Islamic guidelines while providing nutritious food to those who need it most this Ramadan.

By performing your Kaffarah with Human Appeal, you can turn your missed fast into something beneficial for vulnerable, hungry people who struggle to find food for iftar.

Make sure you’re ready for Ramadan by paying for any missed fasts last year. Donate your Kaffarah today.

Human Appeal is committed to providing aid in the country or program that you select. In the event we complete the program, exceed the required funds, or are denied access to a particular country for reasons beyond our control, Human Appeal reserves the right to reallocate your donation to another program where it is needed most.