Your Donations – Your Investment for Akhira

And whatever you spend in good, it will be repaid to you in full, and you shall not be wronged. Al-Quran (2:272)

Support Al-Furqan in the time of Pandemic

Support Al-Furqan in the time of Pandemic

As you know that due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Al Furqan Masjid has temporarily closed. Let’s ensure that our hearts and mind don’t do the same. Many of us are disheartened by the recent developments of Masaajid (Mosques) Closures, however, Muslims are encouraged to give Sadaqah when facing sickness of calamity because of the Hadith on Sadaqah, where the Prophet Muhammad is known to have said, ‘treat your sick ones with charity. For this reason, it is believed that giving Sadaqah brings Barakah to one’s health, wealth and even prolongs life.

Due to COVID-19, we had to close our masjid, but we continue to serve our community with a multitude of online resources. Your Zakat, Sadaqa, and other donations will go towards providing urgent coronavirus support and relief services. We need your help more than ever this Ramadan, as we no longer receive donations from our usual events and community gatherings.

Zakat-ul-Fitr (Fitrana) - £3/Person

Zakat-ul-Fitr (Fitrana) - £3/Person

In order to thank and show our gratitude to our creator Allah (SWT) for all His blessings to us we should pay Zakat-ul-Fitr that allows our less fortunate brothers and sisters to join us in the festivities and celebration of Eid. Zakat-ul-Fitr is a compulsory act of charity that every Muslim must pay at the end of Ramadan, before Eid-ul-Fitr.

Fidya & Kaffara - £3/feed 1 person

Fidya & Kaffara - £3/feed 1 person

Fidya should be paid if you are unable to complete a fast due to a valid reason, such as a medical condition, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and traveling. You must pay Fidya if you couldn’t fast during the month of Ramadhan. Kaffarah is an obligatory penalty that must be paid for deliberately missing a fast during the blessed month of Ramadan, without a valid reason.

Sadaqah/Lillah

Sadaqah/Lillah

Sadaqah (giving in charity) is a deed designed to eliminate the spiritual malady of miserliness. Sadaqah (voluntary charity) is a virtuous deed in Islam. In fact, it is considered as a proof of one’s Iman (faith). Zakah and Sadaqah play an important role in fulfilling the needs of the poor and eliminating starvation from the world and regarded as a pillar of Islam.

Donate for Al-Furqan Community Hub Project

Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said that the believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his Sadaqah (Ahmed) and He (PBUH) also mentioned that Sadaqah extinguishes sins as water extinguishes the fire (Ahmed, Tirmidhi, ibn Majah)

Currently, we’re working on the Multi-purpose Mosque Extension Project – a large extension to the current facilities of the Mosque by extending the garage building just behind the mosque. This will include, among other services, increasing prayer capacity from the current 800 to 1500, dedicated classrooms for children’s religious education, youth activities support, community gatherings, an Islamic library and various other services and facilities aimed at women and children of the community in Glasgow, insha’Allah.