Abu Dharr (RA) narrated that… Allah’s Messenger SAW said, ‘Those who have much wealth (in this world) will be the least rewarded (in the Hereafter) except those who spend their money in charity.
BEFORE: Water Well project begins in Somalia
Sadaqah, Who Is It For?
Sadaqah can be given to anyone, however each doing is ranked with a reward of its own. Giving to those less fortunate of you is the most rewarding and what we try to accomplish every day. Waste and greed are what we as ummah are trying to reduce. In Al Mustafa trust there is so much you can do for people all around the world.
Who is eligible for Sadaqah?
Now we can do this if we cut down on our desires and wants in exchange for other people’s needs and desperations. Sadaqah exists as a beacon of hope for the less fortunate. At a minimum cost if we start reducing our wants, we will have more to give to others and truly make a difference in someone’s life.
AFTER: Water Well project completes in Somalia
Benefits of Sadaqah
Through the journey of life, we learn that there are many ways to take part when it comes to change. So, one of the best ways to contribute is to give a little and strive towards a clear path with Allah subhanu wa ta’alla. You’ll benefit from giving Sadaqah both in this life and the next.
Sadaqah removes difficulties
The giving of Sadaqah in all forms helps remove difficulties. Are you having one of those days of just nothing but a feeling of low and emptiness? Well it’s promised by our Lord that when you give the smallest amount of charity, there is a huge reward that follows. And that weight of despair should be lifted off of your shoulders.
Along with your voluntary Sadaqah, you can also complete your obligatory zakat. You can find out more at zakat calculator UK and see if you need to pay your zakat and if so, how much.