Sadaqah

Give Sadaqah to ward of illness, remove evil and calamities.

As the current situation of the world with the Covid-19 claiming thousands of lives and leaving million at risk, Sadaqah is needed more than ever for the needy and very poor.

Sadaqah is another way of asking Allah to heal you when you, or someone else is ill, and you can be part of their healing by paying on their behalf

This generous act of giving combined with duas, is mentioned in the Qur'an as a way of healing the sick.

"Charity (Sadaqah) extinguishes sin, just as water extinguishes fire"

-Prophet Muhammad (SAW) Tirmidhi 614.

Sadaqah is not a obligation but, instead a practice performed to cleanse your soul, ward of calamities, and put your heart and mind at ease.

Sadaqah is not judged by how much or small it is, but done on a regular basis on behalf of your loved ones.

SADAQAH JARIYAH (ongoing)

It's an ongoing charity on behalf of  your loved ones, which is amongst the three deeds that will accompany you in the grave, and it's rewards will continue to benefit us even after death. Often Sadaqah Jariyah donations are usually made in the name of the deceased person so it may continue to benefit them in the hereafter.

"WHEN A MAN PASSES AWAY, HIS WORLDLY ACTS COME TO AN END, BUT THREE ACTS;

RECURRING CHARITY, KNOWLEDGE (BY WHICH OTHERS) BENEFIT, OR A PIOUS SON WHO PRAYS FOR HIM, WILL BEAR CONTINUOUS  REWARD (FOR THE DECEASED)".

-Sahih Muslim

 

 

 

Recommended donation amount: £


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How to Donate

You can donate directly to our bank account either in United Kingdom or Pakistan.

Payment can also be made via paypal.

Official bank details for Mushtaq Welfare Trust are:

United Kingdom

Mushtaq Welfare Trust

Pakistan

Mushtaq Welfare Society