With every good deed worth 70 times more than usual, there is so much we can do to please Allah (swt). With every penny of your Zakat, every morsel of food you provide, every drop of water, every orphan cared for, and every life changed, you’ll be striving for Allah’s pleasure and His mercy.
How will you please Allah (swt) this Ramadan?
This Ramadan let’s do more to come together for the sake of Allah. For millions of our brothers and sisters are in desperate need of a simple hand-up, some food, water, healthcare, or the chance to build their own livelihoods and truly thrive.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) told us that we are all like one body – when one part of us hurts the rest of the body suffers too. In this way, we are all connected in our struggles, pain, and our joy too.
Give ease this Ramadan & Donate towards our life-saving and life-changing projects - helping to uplift communities tackling hunger, thirst, and poverty.
Split your donations across the entire month of Ramadan and maximise the reward of the holy month.
With every good deed worth 70 times more in Ramadan, never miss a day of giving in charity!
You can choose to donate daily, weekly or over the last ten nights in Ramadan.
Al-Mustafa giving for automated donations for Ramdan will launch closer to Ramdan 2023
It doesn’t need to be this way. Feed the fasting during Ramadan, and give joy! Together we can make sure nobody goes hungry this blessed month. Thanks to our 100% Zakat Policy, you can be sure that 100% of your donation will go directly to providing nutritious food to people in need. Give a gift of Food so everybody can have a joyous, healthy and wonderful Ramadan full of good, nutritious food and good health.
Allah tells us that every good deed performed in the month of Ramadan is multiplied 70 times. This means every time we do an act of worship, make a generous donation or feed another, it will be as though we have done so 70 times!
“Whoever feeds a fasting person will have reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in his reward.” (Tirmidhi)