Zakat ul Fitr

Zakat ul Fitr is due on every Muslim, including children & elderly people, which must be paid before Eid ul Fitr.
Pay £5 per person and help the poor & needy celebrate Eid with peace. Donate your Zakat-ul Fitr today.

How Your Donation Helps

Your Zakat donation can help us provide financial assistance to those in need, including the poor, the needy, and the destitute. We use your donation to provide food, shelter, healthcare, education, and other vital support to those who are most in need. With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of countless individuals and families, helping them break the cycle of poverty and build a better future for themselves and their communities.

The Prophet (S.A.W) said:  “The fasting of the month of fasting will be hanging between earth and heavens, and it will not be raised up to the Divine Presence without paying the Zakat al-Fitr.” To purify those who fast from any indecent act or speech and to help the poor and needy.

Current Appeals

Our goal is to provide vital aid and support to vulnerable communities during the winter season.
Your donation to ‘Where most needed’ will be directed to projects with utmost urgency, alleviating the burden of decision making.
Transform the life of a vulnerable Pakistani child with education, health care and essentials for a brighter future.
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Earn rewards supporting Ar-Rahmah Trust’s year-round campaigns, ensuring sustained assistance for the needy.
Sponsor a needy family with Ar-Rahmah Trust, providing vital support for nutritious food, clean water, and essential necessities.
You can help transform the life of a vulnerable child in Pakistan by providing them with education, healthcare and necessities.
As Qurbani approaches, Ar-Rahmah Trust extends compassion to those facing life’s hardships, embarking together on a merciful journey of relief.