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Ramadan Kareem

Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. As such, it is compulsory on Muslims, provided they meet certain conditions and criteria.

So please donate generously to help the less fortunate.

The Holy Month of Ramadan

Iftar Event


Here are a few hadith about the importance of giving Iftar and why you shouldn’t miss out on its blessings:
Forgiveness for sins. In this month of seeking mercy and forgiveness, providing Iftar is the ideal way to maximise your efforts and get the most from these 30 days.

As well as serving cooked Iftar meals, we are also distributing the world, providing Iftar and Suhur to an entire family for the whole month of Ramadan.
The rewards are open to you please anyone

Salma Sadaqah Organization 2022

PLEASE NOTE: During the Ramadan season, in addition to the countries, you can choose to give a general food donation to help those most in need. Salmasadaqah is committed to providing the Ramadan food aid in the countries you select. In the event your donation arrives late or is delayed due to other, unforeseen circumstances, or if the Ramadan food aid commitment has been met, Islamic Relief reserves the right to re-allocate your donation. Additionally, if certain severe and unexpected circumstances prevent Salmasadaqah and/or its partners from delivering food during the month of Ramadan, Salmasadaqah may be compelled to conclude these program activities. Also, refugees may be served by donations made to a particular country.
What’s does a food donation provide? Good stuff: Food that is important to the local diet and is designed to expand easy access to vital nutrients for families. Provisions differ from country to country, but many include rice, wheat, lentils, oil, sugar, canned fish or and dates. In some countries, in place of a physical package of food, vulnerable families are given vouchers and use those to purchase the items they need the most. Connect with us 8303576643 or to learn more.
Why are food donations so important? In addition to extending the amount of food a family has access to, your food donations help the local economy because the food is purchased locally. Our Ramadan food program is specifically designed to complement projects that provide sustainable ways to improve living conditions—it’s a major part of Salmasadaqah campaign to end hunger and poverty.

If you don’t fast for any of the days of Ramadan, you’ll be required to pay a charitable form of compensation. You must pay Fidya (Fidyah) for fasts missed out of necessity, that cannot be made up afterwards.
However, for any fasts missed unnecessarily, you’ll need to pay Kaffarah What is Fidya?
When someone cannot fast in Ramadan and can’t make up the lost days afterwards (for example, because of ill health or pregnancy), then they should pay (Fidya) for someone else to be fed.

Donate your Fidya
* $10
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* Other
Fidya for two missed fasts

Why is Fidya important in Islam?
To make up for missing fasts Ramadan is a commandment from Allah SWT.
Fasting is for a fixed number of days, and if one of you be sick, or if one of you be on a journey, you will fast the same number of other days later on. For those who are capable of fasting (but still do not fast) there is a redemption: feeding a needy man for each day missed. Whoever voluntarily does more good than is required, will find it better for him; and that you should fast is better for you, if you only know.
(Qur’an 2:184)
Note: Fidya is primarily for those who are suffering from long term illness or unable to fast due to old age (many scholars also include pregnancy in this category), and are not able to make up the fasts after Ramadan.

Fidyah Calculator
The Fidya amount required to be paid for one missed fast (which can’t be made up afterwards) is $10. To calculate how much fidya you need to pay, multiply $10 by the number of fasts you have missed out of necessity.

How much is Fidya for Ramadan 2022?
$10 is the fidya for each missed fast. This should provide one person with two meals or two people with one meal. However, if someone misses all the fasts of Ramadan, they would need to pay $300. Give now.

What is the difference between Fidya and Kaffarah?
Fidya is paid for deliberately missing a fast with a valid reason to do so, however, is only paid if you miss or break a fast without a valid reason. The amount paid in fidya for each missed fast is equivalent to feeding one person. However, when paying payment for each missed fast is the equivalent of feeding 60 people.

Who is eligible for Fidya?
You are eligible to pay fidya if you have missed or are exempt from fasting due to pregnancy, illness, old age or any other reason which prevents you from making the fasts up later.

Who can receive Fidyah?
Fidyah is to be given only to the poor and needy, not to everyone. Scholars consider Fidyah to be like zakat, therefore those entitled to receive Fidyah are regarded as being among those who are entitled to zakat.

What is Fidya in Islam?
Fidya (Fidyah) is a religious donation to help those in need. It is only paid when someone is unable to fast during Ramadan due to medical conditions, pregnancy or any other valid reasons such as a prolonged illness, and will not be able to make up the fast.


Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. As such, it is compulsory on Muslims, provided they meet certain conditions and criteria.

So please donate generously to help the less fortunate.


Inshallah Ramadaan comes and a person is unable to fast because he is elderly or sick with no hope of recovery, then he is not obliged to fast because he is unable to do so. So he should not fast and he should feed one poor person for each day. In the USA is $10.00 for each day.

Salma Sadawah Organization Package

Ramadan Food Package!!! Only $50 per package can feed a family of 5. Help us reach our goal for this Ramadan to feed 200 family inshallah. This is your opportunity to give small and make a big impact.


The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said, “A person is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour goes hungry.” (Bukhari)

Q: What is Qurbani?
Qurbani, or Udhiyah in Arabic, means sacrifice. Every year Muslims around the world slaughter an animal – a goat, a sheep, a cow, or a camel – to reflect Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail for the sake of God.
At least one-third of the meat from the animal must go to people who are poor or in vulnerable situations.

Q: Who is obliged to give Qurbani?
Qurbani is mandatory for every Muslim who has reached the age of puberty, and who can afford it.

Q: How is a Qurbani volume decided? Is it a cow or a sheep?
1 sheep or goat = 1 Qurbani
1 cow = 7 Qurbanis (1 Qurbani – 1/7th of the share)

Q: What day will the Qurbani be performed?
The slaughter will take place on one of the days of Eid.
If you give a Qurbani on the second or third day of Eid, the Qurbani will still be carried out on one of the days of Eid, as Salmasadaqah has already purchased the animals to be slaughtered beforehand.
Qurbanis are carried out on the basis of forecasts drawn. If necessary, modifications are made, and additional funds are transferred to the relevant country. In effect, donors are paying towards Qurbanis which are already allocated.

Q: When should we give money to Qurbani?
It is advisable to give as early as possible.
The time for offering the sacrifice begins after the Eid prayer on Eid-al-Adha and ends when the sun sets on the thirteenth of Dhu’l-Hijjah. So there are four days of sacrifice: the day of Eid-al-Adha and the three days after it.
It is better to hasten to offer the sacrifice after the Eid prayer, as the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to do, then the first thing he would eat on the day of Eid would be meat from his sacrifice.

Q: What countries does Salmasadaqah deliver Qurbani?
Uganda, Gambia, Senegal, Cameroon, Ghana, Nepal, Pakistan, Guyana, Chad Texas USA

Q: What can I expect from the Salmasadaqah organization that has been carrying out Qurbani since 2002?
We make sure that the most vulnerable families are prioritized for Qurbani distribution, that families receive the best possible quality meat through our rigorous animal selection criteria, and that animals are transported and slaughtered humanely. By managing the whole transportation and logistics network and complying with Sharia, strict hygiene standards cover the handling, packing, and distribution of all meat.

Q: Why do Qurbani costs vary in each country/group?
Wherever possible, Is Salmasadaqah will source a country’s own produce for its work. This is why prices vary at the local level. Buying from the local community will benefit the traders and farmers, as well as the local economy. Locally sourced produce is usually the cheapest way to carry out your Qurbani and it minimizes our carbon footprint. Your money goes further with the Salmasadaqah organization because we do not spend money on importing unless we cannot avoid it.

Q: Why do other charities charge different prices for Qurbani?
Some charities may charge different prices to carry out your Qurbani because of a difference in suppliers, their project implementation methods, and their administration costs. The Salmasadaqah organization is one of the largest global organizations carrying out Qurbani. With 20 years of experience, we have developed an efficient, cost-effective, and reliable process that results in quality meat packs.

Q: How does Qurbani help people in the long run?
Your Qurbani is a cherished treat that provides a family with food for a few days and offers them an important boost in nutrition but by itself, its impact is short-term. We want to help people lift themselves out of poverty for good, and so most of the people who receive Qurbani through Salmasadaqah are also benefitting from one of our other projects, such as education or sustainable livelihoods.
This way of working means that Salmasadaqah already knows the individuals in the community and those who are most in need of your Qurbani. Most of the families eat meat only a few times a year, but it is also an uplifting gift that reminds them there are people around the world who are thinking about them during the festive period.

Salmasadaqah is accepting donations for udhiyah until one week before Eid ul-Adha. Donate $220 per sheep, $100 per share cow, and let everyone feel the gift of sharing through salmasadaqah.