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The year of Sadaqah Jariya.
“When a person dies, all their deeds end except three: a continuing charity, beneficial knowledge and a child who prays for them.”[Muslim]
Sadaqah Jariya – “a continuous charity”
Due to the pandemic many of us have lost friends and family, and were not able to say our goodbyes. We are now left looking for ways to benefit the lives of those that have passed from this temporary world.
Sadaqatul jariyah is ongoing charity (continuous rewards) received by us that will not only benefit us in this life, but will continue to benefit us after our death.
Sadaqa is an act of charity in the moment, like giving someone food to eat. Sadaqah jariya will continue to benefit a person for many generations. Acts of this could include, building a well, a masjid or sponsoring an orphan.
On the authority of Sa‘d bin ’Ubadah (ra) that he said, ‘O Messenger of Allah! Umm (mother of) Sa‘d has died, so which charity is best?’ He [saw] replied, “Water (is best).” He said, ‘So he [ra] dug a well and said, “This (well) is for Umm Sa‘d”’. (Abu Dawud).
There are 140 million children around the planet, who are now living with other family members or on the streets due to losing both of their parents.
This abject isolation and poverty leads to a lack of education, proper shelter, clothing and food; forcing them to turn to a life on the streets.
Al-Khair Foundation believes that every child should be given the opportunity to reach his or her full potential.
The charity runs a holistic orphan program which considers every aspect of the child’s physical, spiritual and mental well-being. Your sponsorship means that they are well looked after and receive the very best care, which will allow them to escape the circumstances in which they were born.
Your orphan sponsorship means that you will take a share in all the good deeds and achievements of the child that you sponsor.
Not only will you help them in this world but as they do good deeds you will continue to receive the rewards long after you have passed
Over 2.2 billions people are unable to access safely managed drinking water services and 4.2 billion people lack safely managed sanitation services, according to official UN statistics.
Al-Khair Foundation has benefited the lives of over 55,000 individuals through deliveries of WASH projects.
AKF has installed more than 2,500 hand pumps in various districts of Sindh and Punjab of Pakistan
Over the last year, AKF has continued to quench the thirst of villages and communities across the world, in Africa, Yemen and Gaza and delivered over 25,000 wash projects, benefiting hundreds of thousands of people.
Water projects are a true example of how one act of charity keeps multiplying, bringing more and more benefit and reward. When a community has water, families grow food and healthy children are able to attend school.
The Prophet (saw) said, “Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.” [Bukhari]
There are endless amounts of rewards for building a mosque, making this a wonderful act of Sadaqah Jariyah! The mosque will benefits the lives of people that visit, and they will receive rewards from Allah, even in the Hereafter.
There are many benefits of building a mosque, as you will receive rewards for every single prayer you make in the mosque.
Al Khair Foundation is committed towards supporting disadvantaged people worldwide, this includes catering to their spiritual and religious needs.
Worldwide, more than 700 mosques have already been built primarily in Pakistan (Punjab, KPK and Sindh provinces); Bangladesh, Indonesia and in Africa (Kenya, Somaliland, Uganda, Sierra Leon, Ethiopia, Puntland).
The Prophet (saw) said: “I and the caretaker of the orphan will enter Paradise together like this, raising (by way of illustration) his forefinger and middle finger jointly, leaving no space in between." (Bukhaari)