Islam isn’t just a religion. It is a complete code of life. And in this code of life, there is a strict emphasis on feelings of empathy and sympathy. Muslims care for each other as if they are part of one system, one body. Their hearts feel for each other; they possess unique empathetic and sympathetic values. Because of these values, concepts of charity and donation flourish so well in a Muslim society. In this discussion, we will discuss some of the best days Muslims can give charity in an Islamic calendar. Primarily, we will talk about Ramadan and Dhul Hijjah donations; however, this doesn’t mean that Muslims do not donate in other months of the Islamic calendar; charity is a concept practiced in all months of the Islamic calendar.
Charity In Ramadan
Some of you might know it already, but for those who don’t know it, Ramadan is one of the most charitable months in the Islamic calendar. Muslims worldwide wait for this month to donate as much as possible to seek Allah’s forgiveness and blessings (SWT). Zakat, Sadaqat, and other Islamic charities support those who need our help or are passing through a distressful time. When the holy festival of Eid arrives, Eid al Adha donations are given to those who cannot afford the blessings and festivities of Eid because of their financial woes. So, you see, Ramadan is one of the most celebrated months in the Islamic calendar, and not without reason!
Charity In Dhul Hijjah
Dhul Hijjah Is one of the most important months in the Islamic calendar. It reminds Muslims of the great sacrifice and the core values associated with that sacrifice. The sacrificial meat isn’t just for eating; rather, it represents a significant value in the Islamic Society. Those who cannot afford the festivities of Eid find a ray of hope in the donations given during this month. Of course, the significance of Dhul Hijjah donations isn’t just limited to the ritual of sacrifice. Rather, Muslims worldwide try to give as much as they can in the first days of this holy month to maximize their blessings and rewards. To do this, they can opt for either online or offline charity options. Different charity platforms are collecting donations for the betterment of society and are perfect candidates for your donation. One such platform is Transparent Hands.
Transparent hands are one of the biggest tech-based crowdfunding platforms in Pakistan. It collects donations from all across the world to help the underprivileged community in Pakistan concerning their health care needs. The trust organization facilitates the provision of basic health amenities to the underprivileged population of the country. These health amenities include free medical and surgical treatments, Free medical camps, and access to telehealth facilities. Donors can select any campaign they like on the transparent hands crowdfunding portal and donate as much as they like to the selected campaign. One hundred percent transparency is one of the hallmarks of this organization’s affairs.
That would be all from this discussion. Dhul Hijjah donations, Eid al Adha donations and Ramadan donations are the perfect way of helping those who need our help; you can join this noble que today. We can feel for others when they are in distress; that makes us human. And in the days to come, one cannot help but feel that humans will need just stick together and join hands together to survive and thrive. Donations, charity, and the spirit of generosity are all vital in this debate.