Ramadan

Conflict escalations in 2018 have caused tens-of-thousands of Syrians to flee their homes for safety. SRD has received thousands of internally-displaced persons (IDPs) who, along with host communities already impacted by economic instability, need comprehensive humanitarian aid.

This Ramadan, we’re providing displaced Syrian families and host communities in Northern Syria with greater security through Food, Health, Shelter, Protection, Empowerment and more programs to address the immense needs. Follow our Save Syrian Lives campaign on MightyCause to get the latest updates. 

Learn more about Ramadan:

About Ramadan

Zakah / Zakat Al-Maal

Calculate Your Zakah

Zakat Al-Fitr

Save Syrian Lives this Ramadan

Give Food Security, Health, Protection, Empowerment and more to displaced Syrians and host communities this Ramadan.

 

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About Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar and is best known for its day-long fasts that last from dawn to sunset. Muslims fast to obtain greater God-consciousness in their lives and to better connect with the plight of the poor who often don’t have enough food to eat. Muslims also believe fasting increases self-restraint and cleanses the mind, body and spirit.

More than one billion Muslims worldwide observe Ramadan—including more than six million in the U.S.—which ends with the holiday of Eid al-Fitr, a day for congregational prayers, eating and celebrating with family and friends.

Click on the image below to view a Q & A infographic about Ramadan:

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Zakah / Zakat Al-Maal

In Islam, charity is considered to be one of the best forms of worship; so much so that the word most often used for charity in Islam, Zakah, means purification. Zakah is one of Islam’s five pillars, a wealth-purifier that helps keep the plight of the poor at the forefronts of givers’ minds and hearts. Muslims are encouraged to give charity regularly—even if just a smile or a morsel of food. And each year, those who are able to do so must part from a small percentage of their own wealth to give to the poor.

Zakat al-Maal is a charity that Muslims who can afford to must pay to the poor each year. At SRD, we offer Muslims a convenient way to fulfill their Zakat al-Maal obligations while helping Syrians in need. Calculate your zakah below or click here to give your zakah now.

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Calculate Your Zakah

Use the form below to calculate your zakah.

Write down the amount you owe and visit our donation page to give your zakah now.

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Zakat Al-Fitr

At the end of Ramadan and before the congregational Eid holiday prayer, every Muslim head-of-household is required to give $10 per household member to help provide for the poor. SRD collects this charity—Zakat al-Fitr—and distributes it to Syrians who are in need. Remember that Zakat al-Fitr must be paid before the start of Eid al-Fitr prayers for each member of your household.

Visit our donation page now to pay your Zakat al-Fitr.