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Giving on a Jummah.

Make donating on Friday an on going deed.

With all the amazing virtues of Friday, it is no wonder that the act of making sadaqah on Friday is just as blessed.

Earn the blessings of Jummah

“Giving charity on Friday with regard to the rest of the week is the best day to do so. This is similar to the superiority of giving charity during Ramadhan, with regard to the rest of the months.”

Friday’s have been set aside as a special time for Muslim communities to give back to those less fortunate around them by donating money to charities, shelters, and organizations that deal directly with poverty, hunger, and homelessness. Friday’s should not be reserved only to bring joy and happiness but rather should be spent in helping improve the lives of others.

With your Friday sadaqah we can help with the following “Distribution of Food, Bild a Water Wells, Provide Emergency Aid, Education and Medical Care to Poor Muslim communities in East Africa” Project Proposal for your kind consideration and request you to help us to implement this very important project for the Muslim families.

Friday’s are perhaps the most blessed day of the week when Muslims gather together for their obligatory Friday Prayer, also known as Salat Al Jummah.

Several benefits come with giving charity on Friday’s in Islam. The first and most obvious benefit is that it earns one a place in Paradise. Ka’b (may Allaah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said, “Giving Sadaqah on Friday is better than giving it on any other day of the week”.

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