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17 June 2019 / 13. Shawal 1440

iSadaqah

iSadaqah is a fantastic app which lets you give Sadaqah in 3 easy steps from wherever you are!

Sadaqah means to voluntarily give charity out of the goodness of your heart and is an Islamic practice with the aim of helping those in need or the deprived.

Sheikh Kulaini in his book Al Kaafi relates the following tradition from Imam Ja’far Sadiq (a.s.):  “Cure your sick by giving Sadaqah or charity, and remove troubles and mishaps by giving charity, and increase sustenance with charity. Charity banishes seventy shaitans from what is within one’s beard, and charity goes unto the hand of Allah before it goes unto the hand of the needy”. Bihar vol 96 page 129

Giving Sadaqah in times of hardship or in happiness

We’ve made it even easier for you to give Sadaqah regularly through the iSadaqah app, which you can download now on your smartphone. It takes moments to install, and just minutes to get set-up, and once your details are registered with us, you can then give Sadaqah in just a few clicks.

So, whether you are commuting to work in the morning or in a queue when paying for your shopping, you can use your phone to make a small donation and help those that are deserving of Sadaqah.

Give your Sadaqah through The World Federation

While most of us have charity boxes in our homes, we’re usually guilty of letting the change build-up before we give it to charity. With this app, your donations will instantly support our worthy campaigns.

The goal of WF-Aid is to alleviate poverty and provide disaster relief to people who need it across the world. To achieve this goal, we count on the generosity of donors to fund the many projects that provide aid and assistance to the deserving.

How to Give?

The iSadaqah app is available on Apple and Android smartphones.

Watch this short video from our very own Reza Hooda – World Federation Councillor, demonstrating how quick and easy it is to download the app and give Sadaqah.

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