Zakat is the third pillar of Islam. Muslims are required to continuously give in charity secretly without expecting anything in return in this world. In the Holy Qur’an the injunction of ‘Giving or Spending’ has been repeated more than 73 times. Charity and Salah are mentioned together both in the Holy Qur’an and also in the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Islamic Charity does not recognise any differences of colours or creeds. We are obliged to take every possible step to ensure the welfare and well-being of humanity as a whole.
To meet this obligation we invest in long-term projects to ensure better usage of our resources. We give priority to the UK projects. Our priority is to provide better education to our children in the UK. You can contribute to our charity projects.