Penny Appeal has a 100% Zakat policy, so every single penny of your Zakat will go directly to those who are eligible.
Fulfil your duty as a Muslim and make every penny count for the welfare of the poor.
Zakat is the third pillar of Islam; the compulsory donation of a proportion of your wealth to the poor (2.5%) in order to cleanse your income and live a good and responsible life.
To help you fulfil this duty, Penny Appeal runs a range of charity programmes with Zakat eligible recipients, each with a 100% Zakat promise. This means you will maximise your impact on poverty-stricken families and earn maximum rewards.
- Deliver food to famine-hit communities
- Build water wells in drought-stricken villages
- Send life-saving aid to displaced refugees
- Rescue orphans from the streets
- Care for the elderly
- Provide healthcare and education
- Help the blind to see again
Each programme provides immediate life-saving impact for refugees and starving families, or long-term relief from poverty, famine, drought or blindness, changing lives for good and earning continuous rewards.
Donate through Penny Appeal and ensure 100% of your Zakat helps the poor and the needy.
It’s not always easy to work out how much Zakat you should pay, so we’ve created zakatcalculator.co.uk to help you calculate your amount simply and easily.
If you would prefer to talk it through with someone, you can also call Penny Appeal on 03000 11 11 11 for help and advice on paying your Zakat.
Find out more about Penny Appeal’s Zakat applicable projects and give 100% of your Zakat to those in desperate need:
|Sponsor an orphan and provide everything they need for a happy childhood and a brighter future.|
|Support an orphan to become Hafiz of the Holy Qur'an and gain immeasurable award.|
|Provide nutritious meals to orphans, widows and the elderly.|
|Build a well to provide safe water for drinking, washing and watering crops.|
|Provide emergency aid to those in desperate need in times of crisis.|
|Give the gift of sight by supporting eye care and operations in remote communities,|
“The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah (swt) is like a seed of grain which grows seven spikes; in each spike is a hundred grains.”
(The Holy Qur’an, 2:261)