The Zakat is the third pillar of Islam, and is obligatory upon every Muslim who is mature, sane, free and has accumulated the minimum required amount of wealth (nisab). By giving part of their wealth as Zakat, Muslims perform a religious duty, cleanse their possessions, and contribute to the overall health of society by uplifting those in need of economic support and relief.
Zakat has tremendous social and economic benefit for society. Among the many benefits are social security and a redistribution of wealth. Those who receive Zakat can use the funds to pay down their debts, send their children to school, and provide food and shelter for their families.
Zakat is payable only once a year, and most Muslims choose Ramadan as the month to pay their annual share because charity is encouraged, rewarded, and filled with blessings during that time.
Calculate your Zakat payment here and fulfill the Prophetic tradition by contributing to the overall health and well being of society and it’s less fortunate members.
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Contribute your zakat and support our various zakat-eligible programs. These programs cover a wide range of impact areas including education, emergency aid, orphan care, as well as critical social development. Fulfill your religious obligation through HCI, and make a lasting impact.
Stats On Zakat
- 5612156121 people provided medical attention and healthcare solutions
- 78197819 students provided with access to quality education
- 66006600 provided winter relief in harsh climates and conditions
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
Zakat is much more than merely a religious obligation, it is the foundation for social good in Muslim societies and communities with Muslim members and residents.Mahmuda Khan