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Ramadan’s Amanah: Your Donations are Our Amanah

Ramadan’s Amanah: Your Donations are Our Amanah

Amanah means trust and responsibility. For Muslims, this is a key principle about how they should act. For Muslims, Ramadan is a significant time. It’s about getting close to Allah (SWT) through prayer. There is peace and blessing in the air during Ramadan, and this is the best time to think about something to donate for those unfortunate people.

Amanah In The Holy Quran

“Indeed, we offered the trust to the heavens and the earth and the mountains, and they declined to bear it and feared it, but man [undertook to] bear it. Indeed, he was unjust and ignorant.” [33:72]

This verse promotes the idea that people have a big duty to live up to their trust and duties, both to Allah (SWT) and to their fellow people. A Muslim is someone who does a great job of keeping promises, whether that means praying and fasting (duty to God), returning people’s trust, or making sure that what they gave you gets where it needs to go.

“Indeed, Allah commands you to render trusts to whom they are due and when you judge between people to judge with justice. Excellent is that which Allah instructs you. Indeed, Allah is ever Hearing and Seeing.” [4:58]

This verse specifically instructs us to fulfil our trust and obligations to each other with justice and fairness. It highlights that trust and responsibility must be fulfilled with sincerity and honesty. 

How Will Sparbd Make An Impact On Society With Your Donations?

We offer several programs during Ramadan. Those are not only offers or donations. It’s a call from those deprived people who can’t have basics during Ramadan. See below to know more about how your amanah will help others.

Ramadan Food Donation

During this month, SPAR is providing food support to those less fortunate people. During Ramadan, SPAR wants to help families who struggle to get enough food. Our Ramadan Food Donation Drive gives them things like rice, lentils, and oil so they can have a meal to break their fast. It’s not just about food; it’s about showing kindness and sharing blessings. Join us in making someone’s Ramadan a little brighter.

Ramadan Iftar Donation

In Ramadan, you might have several types of food for Iftar, but some people might need a single plate of food to survive. Think about them and how they will survive. SPAR comes as a supporter to those people who need your generosity to perform this holy month. SPAR is reaching out to families who need a helping hand to break their fast. By donating to our cause, a poor family will get essential food items like dates, rice, and cooking oil, ensuring everyone can enjoy a nourishing meal at sunset. Let’s spread the joy of sharing and make this Ramadan a time of compassion and community. Join us in making a difference today.

Zakat Al Fitr

Zakat is one of the 5 fundamentals of Islam. It is farz for every wealthy Muslim, and you need to pay 2.5% of your wealth to the poor. As Ramadan comes to a close, it’s time to fulfil this responsibility by providing food to those in need. Your contribution will help ensure everyone celebrates Eid with joy and dignity. Join us in spreading kindness and compassion during this blessed time. Donate now to make a difference in someone’s life.

Final Words From Us

SPAR’s Ramadan programs aim to help those in need. Through your Amanah and support for iftar meals, SPAR ensures that families who are facing hardships can observe Ramadan with dignity. By giving back through Zakat Al Fitr, SPAR enables individuals to fulfil their religious duty and spread kindness during this blessed time. Together, we can make a positive impact and share the blessings of Ramadan with those less fortunate.

What is the meaning of giving donations in Ramadan?

In Islam, zakat is one of the most important gifts you can give. It means putting some of your money aside to help people who are in need. Muslims are told to figure out their zakat and give it during Ramadan, which is a good time to give.

What Does Amanah Mean In Islam?

Trust, being honest, and loyalty Trust, honesty, and loyalty are what Amanah means in Arabic. When you have an Amanah, you owe something or someone something. Following the right path in Islam, Amanah means being honest and using our free will to do what is right for Allah and His world

What are the benefits of giving donations during Ramadan?

Why it’s Good to Do Good Things During Ramadan. It was chosen by Allah (SWT), as it is written, “Ramadan is the month of mercy and giving, and Allah saves believers from Hellfire and forgives them during this month.”

What Does the Quran Say About Amanah?

In the verse of the Quran that talks about al-amanah, Allah says, “Indeed, we gave the Trust to the heavens, the earth, and the mountains, but they refused to bear it and were afraid of it; but man took it upon himself to bear it.” He was, in fact, unfair and stupid.

Do Muslims donate during Ramadan?

For many Muslims, Ramadan is a time to be kind and spread kindness. During Ramadan, there are many ways to help others. You can pay Fitrana (Zakat al-Fitr) or make up for missed fasts through Fidya (Fidyah) or Kaffarah. You can also perform Zakat.

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