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Your Zakat is Our Amānah
Since our launch in 2004, your zakat contributions have helped bring humanitarian aid to some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.
From East Africa, to parts of the Middle East & Asia, your Zakat has helped save lives.
By donating your zakat through Muslim Relief, you can rest assured that your donation will reach those who need it the most.
We recognise that we have a strict responsibility with obligations to you, as well as to the people we serve, and, ultimately, to Allah SWT.
it is our duty to ensure that your Zakat is distributed in accordance with the Islamic principles, to the eligible beneficiaries.
The majority of our charitable work is Zakat eligible.
Our organisation operates in many countries worldwide, aiding some of the most destitute people.
Your Zakat donations have the potential to make a huge impact
Your support can help provide food, water, medical assistance, improve education, support orphans, create sustainable livelihoods, deliver emergency aid and more.
Reasons to Give Your Zakat Through Muslim Relief Scholar Verified
Our Zakat Policy has been approved independently, by reputable scholars who continue to monitor and guide our organisation. This is to ensure that our Zakat policy/procedures comply with Shariah Law.
100% Zakat Donations
At Muslim Relief our 100% Zakat policy means every single penny of your Zakat will be delivered to those who need it the most – 100% percent of time.
Our primary goal is to ensure that each zakat donation given by a Muslim is paid correctly, in accordance with the Holy Qurān & Sunnah.
£20.00 Where Most Needed.
£50.00 Where Most Needed.
£100.00 Where Most Needed.
£200.00 Where Most Needed.
The Nisab value is calculated based the weight of Gold & Silver.
Silver – 612.36 grams
Gold – 87.48 grams
Although there are differing views on which Nisab threshold value should be used, you can calculate your Zakat on either the gold or silver values.
Most commonly the silver nisab value is used to calculate zakat. This allows for the distribution of more wealth for the benefit of those in need.
- The poor
- The needy
- Zakat collectors & distributers
- Those who have converted to Islam and are in need
- Those in captivity
- Those in unmanageable debt
- In the way of Allah
- The wayfarer
You should not include any necessities in your calculation such as main home, car, clothing etc.
You can use our simple zakat calculator to work out how much Zakat you need to pay.
Zakat is only calculated on wealth held at the end of the lunar year.
Many people choose to donate Zakat in Ramadan due to greater rewards.
You can set up regular Zakat donations via the “Donate” tab on our website.
The Zakat Al Fitr amount for 2023 is £5.00 per person.
Questions Regarding Your Zakat Calculation
Please note that for complex Zakat queries, it is advisable to contact your local imam.
You can also reach out to the Muslim Relief Team via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org