100% ZAKAT POLICY
We do not claim any administrative costs on donations that are marked for Zakat!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Zakat?
The obligatory alms that Muslims are required to pay as an obligatory alms tax is known by its Arabic name "zakāt." Zakat is taken from specific sources of wealth and given to specific categories of recipients. The specific sources of wealth include livestock, savings, trade goods, crops, and minerals. It is usually 2.5% of our total savings for one year.
Who is eligible for Zakat funds?
The 8 categories of eligible recipients for Zakat are mentioned in the Quran: "Alms are only for the poor and the needy, and those who collect them [Zakat], those whose hearts are to be reconciled, captives, debtors, in the cause of Allah, and wayfarers...“. The majority of today's refugees and internally dispalced persons (IDPs) fall under at least four of these categories: the poor, the needy, the debtors and the wayfarers.
How much Zakat Do I have to Pay?
If you have wealth above the threshold figure (nisab)
Do you have a 100% Zakat Policy?
Yes! We do not claim any administrative costs on donations that are marked for Zakat!
Who Receives My Zakat?
We and our partners ensure that the beneficiearies are eligible for Zakat. Your Zakat helps the vulnerable worldwide in countries like Yemen, Pakistan, Afghanistan and more.
“And establish prayer and give zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah.”