Feed the Fasting this Ramadan
With your help, we can support thousands of poverty-stricken children and families in Pakistan
All year round, the Zia Ul Ummah Foundation provides free education, accommodation and school meals to 30,000 disadvantaged students across Pakistan.
And through our emergency food banks, we distribute hot meals and food packs every day to nearly 2,000 Pakistanis who are living in poverty.
This Ramadan, we’re raising vital funds to keep our schools open, and to make sure no child or family goes hungry.
Donate now to provide life-saving food and life-changing education to some of the most vulnerable communities in Pakistan.
Give your Zakat to families that need it most
It’s easy for you to pay your Zakat (and Zakat-Ul-Fitr) through the Zia Ul Ummah Foundation, as all our food programmes are 100% Zakat eligible.
Every day, we use your donations to distribute food packs and Iftar to children, widows, the sick, the elderly and single mothers who rely on our food banks to survive.
Make up for missed fasts
When you give your Fidya and Kaffarah through us, you’re helping to secure daily Iftar for impoverished families who have no other source of food.
To pay Kaffarah, give £240. And to pay Fidya, give £4 for every fast you missed, or £120 for the whole month.
Who will your donation help?
When you sponsor a child, you’re investing in their future by gifting them an education.
Your donation will go towards paying for their meals, clothes, accommodation and educational resources so they can concentrate on school without the worry of living in poverty.
And when you sponsor a female student through our girls’ education programme, you’re giving a young woman easy access to higher education, so they have everything they need to become financially independent adults.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to give sadaqah jariyah during this special month when all your deeds are multiplied.
Feed poverty-stricken families
When you donate a Ramadan food pack, you’re providing Iftar for hungry families who visit our food banks to secure their next meal.
We feed widows, single mothers, young children, the elderly and the sick, so they receive the nutrition they need to survive.
Ramadan in Pakistan is particularly difficult for people who are malnourished but who still choose to fast out of love for their Lord.
Help make their worship safer and easier by securing their Iftar.
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