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This Holy month is the perfect opportunity to share our own good fortune with our brothers and sisters in need across the world.

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As we progress through the auspicious month of Ramadan, we should reflect on our faith and how we can work to better ourselves in accordance with the wishes of Allah (SWT).

There is much more to Ramadan than many may realise.

This Holy month is the perfect opportunity to share our own good fortune with our brothers and sisters in need across the world.

Ramadan 2018: Ameen

Our Ameen concept for Ramadan 2018 aims to support vulnerable people, providing access to essential services and supplies while promoting an equal, more balanced global society.

Your generous donations, including Zakat and Sadaqah, provide the means to help us support more and more people in need – answering their prayers and sharing the benefits that this most auspicious month can bring.

Our good deeds and kindness during the month of Ramadan bring multiple rewards in comparison to any other time of year. The rewards that our kindness, compassion, positivity and generosity bring to us both now and in the Hereafter are the perfect example of the good that generosity can bring to our communities and the wider world alike.

Similarly, giving is one of the essential pillars of Islam – what better time than Ramadan to share your own wealth and good fortune with your brothers and sisters in need?

Support, Compassion and Generosity

This year, our Ameen campaign encompasses food and water relief as well as life-changing support for orphans and refugees. Your donations really can make a difference; this Ramadan, be the answer to their prayers and open your heart to your brothers and sisters across the world.

No matter how you choose to donate your Zakat, Sadaqah and other generous contributions, you can rest assured, safe in the knowledge that your kind-heartedness is benefitting those who are most in need, whilst attaining numerous blessings and rewards for yourself in the process.

May Allah (SWT) reward us for all of our efforts this Ramadan and beyond.

Ameen.


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