Never Miss a Day of Blessings with the Power of Daily Giving

Make everyday amazing by giving daily charity. You can maximize your reward by donating daily for those in need. Schedule your giving through this page so you dont miss a day!  “Those who spend in charity will be richly rewarded.” [Quran 57:7]

Islamic Relief USA is honored to handle your zakat and fidya/kaffara obligations. Your contributions will be distributed to community members who truly need it, in accordance with Islamic principles. Food, Water, education, health—these are basic needs that all of us should have regular access to. Your contribution supports these funds to help build programming that will strengthen these resources around the world. Give today!

The Season of Zakat

“Establish prayer and give zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves—you will find it with Allah. Surely Allah sees what you do.”
—The Holy Qur’an, 2:110

More than just a percentage of our income, zakat is a core pillar of our faith. And when you give through Islamic Relief, it has the potential to impact lives in big ways for years and years to come.

Give your zakat through IRUSA, and help provide emergency food, shelter for refugees, job training, medication and so much more to those who desperately need your aid.

Islamic Relief’s Dedication to Distributing Zakat

Islamic Relief collects and distributes zakat to those who are most in need, in accordance with Islamic guidelines. According to the Holy Qur’an (9:60), there are eight categories of people who qualify to be recipients of zakat:

  1. The poor
  2. The needy
  3. The collectors of zakat (Islamic Relief USA is an example)
  4. Those whose hearts are to be won over
  5. Captives
  6. Those burdened with debt
  7. In the cause of Allah (SWT)
  8. Travelers

Most scholars agree that the poor and needy are the most important categories of people to receive zakat. Given that, it is acceptable to give your entire zakat allotment to individuals who are in those groups. CALCULATE YOUR ZAKAT

Islamic Relief’s Dedication to Sadaqah Jariyah projects

When you give sadaqah jariyah, it will support a project of lasting benefit—something like:

  • Developing a clean water system
  • Building a school
  • Helping widows start businesses
  • Establishing farms
  • Building or equipping a health clinic

These are projects that communities will enjoy and appreciate for years, even generations. Each project can turn a family’s life around.

“When a son of Adam dies, then his good deeds stop except for three: a Sadaqah Jariyah (continuous charity), a beneficial knowledge, or a righteous child who prays for him.” – The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), as narrated by Muslim

Sadaqah Jariyah is a gift that not only benefits others in this life but also benefits us and our loved ones in the next.