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‘From the most beloved deeds of Allah is to make a believer happy and remove a grief from him, or to repay his debt, or to satisfy his hunger.’ [Bayhaqi]
Ummah Welfare Trust has delivered over £55 million around the Ummah during the past year, alhamdulillah. See this year’s new report capturing some of the work delivered. May Allah accept your charity, and recompense you for it in this life and the next.
There are two main types of charity in Islam: Zakat and Sadaqah. However, downstream from those are other types of charity that jurists in Islam have identified. It can sometimes be confusing knowing which is which, and what intention to make when donating.
Read Ummah Welfare Trust’s guide to learn about these different types of charity, and donate with confidence.
We envision an Ummah that is connected to the Book of Allah; that savours the sweetness of īmān and worship; and that internalises ʿubūdiyyah (servitude) and yaqīn (conviction).
Beneficiaries During The Past Year
Surveying Ethiopia’s Drought Victims
In Ethiopia's Somali region, Ummah Welfare Trust is delivering food to thousands of…
Preparing a Drought Response in Ethiopia
UK staff from Ummah Welfare Trust are delivering your donations to thousands of…
QURBANI 1444 (2023): Follow the Sunnah!
Allah continues to shower us with seasons of goodness, alhamdulillah. We are now…