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Zakat in Islam: A Pillar of Faith

Islam’s foundational notion of Zakat, or the duty to donate a part of one’s money or possessions to those in need, describes this obligation. It acts as a means of wealth transfer and almsgiving with the objectives of social fairness and wealth purification.

Zakat, which is normally a certain percentage of a Muslim’s annual wealth, is due if they satisfy certain financial requirements for those who are in need. This practice not only satisfies a religious obligation but also contributes to the reduction of inequality and poverty and fosters a sense of belonging and compassion among believers.

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Your partnership with SPAR BD will ensure you help underprivileged Muslims with clothes, food, water, and shelter. Moreover, Zakat plays a crucial role in reducing economic inequality by redistributing wealth from the affluent to the less privileged members of the community.


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Zakat Earns Spiritual Rewards In Islam

Zakat helps those in immediate need in the local community, while some of it can also be directed towards international humanitarian efforts.

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What is Zakat Donation?

Zakat benefits individuals in need in a number of significant ways. First and foremost, it offers less fortunate people, such as people experiencing poverty, orphans, widows, and those who are in debt, instant cash support. This support considerably raises their standard of living by helping to pay for needs like food, shelter, healthcare, and education.

Zakat also promotes a sense of Muslim togetherness and solidarity. It cultivates a spirit of charity and compassion that motivates people to help one another out when they’re struggling. By shifting wealth from the wealthy to the marginalized and therefore lowering income inequality, it also helps to reduce poverty and promote economic stability.

Why Choose SPAR BD?

There are many organizations that offer orphan sponsorship programs. Researching and selecting an organization that is a good fit for you is essential. SPAR stands for Society for Participatory Action and Reflection. In Bangladesh, SPARBD is a non-profit organization that works for people in need. SPARBD is a reputable organization that has been operating for over 15 years and has a track record of giving quality services to orphans.

We are also transparent about its finances. SPARBD publishes its financial reports annually, so you can see how your donation is being used. Also, we have a facility for online donation so that you can contribute from anywhere in the world.

We Are In A Mission

Give Zakat, and Change Lives

Zakat’s main goal is to uphold a cornerstone of Islamic doctrine while tackling critical societal challenges. Zakat is a method of wealth redistribution that aims to lessen poverty and economic inequalities both within the Muslim community and outside of it. Its main goal is to give money to those who are in need, including people experiencing poverty, orphans, widows, and those who are struggling with debt, so that they may access essentials like food, housing, healthcare, and education.

In addition to its positive economic effects, Zakat also strengthens Muslim ties by encouraging a sense of camaraderie, compassion, and empathy. It highlights the value of group responsibility in fostering a more equal society and embraces the Islamic tenet of social justice.


Frequently Asked Question

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Zakat is an obligatory form of charity in Islam, where financially capable Muslims give a portion of their wealth annually to assist the less fortunate, promote social justice, and purify their wealth. It is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and holds significant religious and social importance.

Zakat helps the underprivileged by providing them with financial support for basic needs like food, shelter, and healthcare. It serves as a safety net, alleviating poverty and reducing inequalities, ultimately improving the well-being and quality of life for those in need.

Eligibility to give Zakat is based on financial capability. Muslims must have wealth exceeding a specific threshold (Nisab) and meet their essential needs and debts. Once these conditions are met, they are obliged to give Zakat, typically 2.5% of their wealth annually, to assist the less fortunate.

No, there isn’t a fixed amount for Zakat. The specific amount a person gives in Zakat is calculated as 2.5% of their accumulated wealth, which includes savings, investments, and possessions held for a full lunar year. It’s not a flat rate but a percentage based on an individual’s financial situation.

Yes, Zakat can be given at any time of the year. It is typically calculated on an individual’s wealth and is due annually, but there is no specific restriction on when it must be given. Many Muslims choose to give Zakat during the holy month of Ramadan, but it can be distributed throughout the year as per the donor’s preference and circumstances.

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