top of page

Umrah Project

International Projects

UKUK Projects

UK Projects

  Gaza Appeal

Gaza food relief. Sadaqah Project is organising food packs for Gaza via Egypt.
Experts from the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification initiative, which measures famine risk around the world for the UN, NGOs and government, have forecast that at least one in four households in Gaza face “an extreme lack of food, starvation and exhaustion of coping capacities” within three weeks. 
Your help is desperately needed to help the most vulnerable displaced within Gaza. 
The Sadaqah project will be carried out throughout Ramadan. If you want to donate during Ramadan or want to donate your Fidya, please consider those living in Gaza.
To donate, you can click on the donate button or by transferring via your bank to:
Sadaqah Project
Lloyds bank
SC: 30-98-97
Account No: 2912996


With the help of our generous donors, the Sadaqah Project bought and distributed medical supplies sent to medical centres south of Gaza. 
We want to thank our donors for responding to this desperately needed aid for the internally displaced people of Gaza.


With the help of its donors, the Sadaqah Project procured and supplied bottled water to Gaza in the second week of January 2024. Sadaqah Project thanks all those who contributed towards this project. If you would like to be part of this project please click on the link and donate whatever you can.


In light of the difficult circumstances in the Gaza Strip and due to the ongoing aggression and with the inability of hospitals and healthcare centres to provide medical services for the care of the wounded and injured through continuous power outages, the malfunction of many medical devices, and the lack of availability of many medicines and medical consumables in the region, the Sadaqah Project is appealing for donations to provide the necessary medication and urgent medical supplies for 35 hospitals in the Gaza Strip by supplying them from Egypt to treat the injured and perform critical operations.
Whatever you can donate will help save the lives of the young and the old.

The people of Gaza need your support now and in the coming months more than ever. In the cold winter months, please continue to support our projects for the internally displaced people of Gaza.



There are three ways in which you can help. We are looking for donations for: 

Food parcels cost £25. This consists of:

Tea sugar, cans of beans, rice, lentils, vegetable oil, tomatoes, a can of meat, dates and pasta.

Buying a blanket £25

Providing a daily cooked meal of £3.75

You can donate the following way. Via bank transfer:

Lloyds bank.

Sadaqah Project

Account no: 29129962

Sort Code: 30-98-97

Ref: Food aid

Or by clicking on the link 

This is an urgent appeal to all brothers and sisters. We are seeking contributions to purchase bags of essential food packs for victims of the Morocco earthquake. Easc food bag costs 258 Moroccan Dirhams (today's rate is £21.00).


The food parcel consists of 

  • Ten bags of flour

  • 2 litre of cooking oil

  • Five bags of sugar

  • Two bags of ground tea

  • One small case of cheese

  • Two bags of ground pepper

  • Five tins of sardines

  • One jar of jam

  • Three long-life milk cartons

We have people on the ground who will be distributing on your behalf.

If you would like to contribute, please click on the link below.

Your help to rebuild the lives of the victims of the earthquake's aftermath is still needed. Please support them in rebuilding their lives.

Food packs distributed in rural  mountainous parts of Morocco

Blankets are distributed in rural mountainous parts of Morocco.

1444 AH 2023 Ramadan 
report back

Through your generous donation, this year, Sadaqah Project provided food parcels in Palestine (Gaza), Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka and Eid gifts to internally displaced children of the conflict in Syria.
In Pakistan, financial poverty relief payments of 7000 Pakistani rupees were also given out to the most needy.
JazakumAllah khayr to everyone who donated towards these projects. Every penny donated made a difference to someone living somewhere in those countries. 

During Ramadan, Sadaqah Project supported the purchase of gifts for displaced Syrian children in Turkey. This project benefited Syrian children living in Ufar, most of whom are orphans without a breadwinner. The goal was to support 45 families with a gift you donated. Visit our News & Reports page for more information about the project.

Qurbani 1444-Ah-Report-Back.png

Sadaqah Project performed Qurbani in Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania this year. Thanks to your kind donation, more than 700 families were able to benefit. I would like to thank you for trusting Sadaqah Project to perform your Qurbani and for supporting this project.

Sadaqah Project emerged in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, where we offered necessary support to the most vulnerable members of our community. This was a period of our lives where we were challenged physically, mentally and spiritually and many of us continue to deal with the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of us continue to grieve the loss of loved ones or are experiencing long-term effects from contracting the Covid-19 virus, which is why we’re kicking off Sadaqah Project’s new mental health campaign.

Whether you or someone you know is feeling anxious, low or dealing with a clinically diagnosed mental health condition, we can do our bit in sharing how we’re feeling with friends, family, community members or mental health professionals. At Sadaqah Project, we want to play our part in propelling the national conversation around mental health, particularly for people in the Muslim community. To get started with our campaign, we will be circulating posters across community spaces and healthcare settings and will be convening a mental health conference this Spring with religious leaders.

Please feel free to use the poster for your community centre. Contact us at, and we will email you an attachment of the poster.

Thank you for sharing your feedback and ideas over this summer period, we will use your inputs to develop our 2023/24 strategy.


Learn more about the survey findings here

What is the meaning of Zakat in Islam

Known as one of the pillars of Islam, zakat is a form of obligatory charity that can alleviate millions of sufferings. Paying zakat purifies, increases, and blesses the remainder of Muslims' wealth, as it literally means 'to cleanse.'

How to calculate your zakat

To calculate 2.5 Zakat on your wealth; multiply 2.5 by the excess amount of your money. For Example; 2.5% x 12,000 USD = 300 USD is due for Zakat.

What is the example of Sadaqah in Islam

Donating some of your blessings (rizk/wealth) to charity, smiling sincerely at a fellow human being, and helping another person in any way you can are examples of sadaqah. Most people associate sadaqah with voluntary monetary donations without a minimum amount.

bottom of page