Don’t Miss Laylatul Qadr

Schedule your donations for the Night of Power

The blessed month of Ramadan is quickly coming to an end. How are you preparing for the last 10 nights of Ramadan? the most blessed nights of the year. 

No matter how your Ramadan is going so far, this is your chance to strengthen your bond with Allah SWT and maximise your rewards by showing mercy to those suffering around us.

Among the blessings of this month of mercy is the night of Laylatul Qadr, the Night of Power when every act of worship is equal to 83 years of worship.

Imagine giving your Zakat and Sadaqah on this blessed night? it will be equal to the rewards of 83 years of giving!

Maximise your rewards with daily giving

To ensure that you don’t miss out on the blessings of this special night, you can now set up daily giving with us. 10 nights of scheduled donations which we will cancel for you on Eid day.

You choose an amount that you are comfortable with and set up the direct debit to ensure that you are making a donation every night of the blessed nights.

Your donations will go to our Where Most Needed fund allowing us to help those most vulnerable in various countries around the world.

Schedule your donations today and focus on your other acts of worship to ensure that you make the most of the best 10 nights of the year.

Don’t miss the rewards of Laylatul Qadr this Ramadan. Schedule your donations and give what you can. It’s simple!

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