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Ramadan Food Rations
During the month of Ramadan-ul-Mubarak, Especially during this covid time amanatdaar welfare trust is on the frontline duty to distribute rations amongst the poor families who had been hit hard by this lockdown.
Fitrana is charity given to the poor at the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. Every adult Muslim who possesses food in excess of their needs must pay fitrana. The head of household can also pay fitrana for their dependants.
Iftar + Dinner
Iftar is a special way in islam for breaking the fast. It is usally done after maghrib call. Amanatdaar provides iftar to needy and unpriviliged so they can also take part in fasting during ramadan.
Sadaqa (charity) is charity given voluntarily in order to please God. It is described as a voluntary charitable act towards others, whether through monetary, generosity, love, compassion or faith.
Fidyah is a term used for a muslim that cannot fast in ramadan or make up afterwards i.e.due to ill health, that person is required to pay to feed another person in need as per directed by islamic guidelines.
Zakat is a mandatory process for Muslims. Giving away money to the poor is said to purify yearly earnings that are over and above what is required to provide the essential needs of a person or family.
The Dastarkahawan (Cooked Food project) focuses on providing freshly-cooked meals for low-income underprivileged people to benefit from high quality, affordable and hygienic food which will help reduce the malnutrition and starvation in vulnerable communities.
Please support this great initiative: Donate a meal for One Month for 1 Person is Rs. 4,800 ($30.00/ £22.00).
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