A few months ago, when we were beginning to plan for our busiest month of the year, nobody ever thought that by Ramadan we would be facing some extraordinary moments in modern history.
At Al Iman Foundation, Ramadan is our busiest period, and as we hunker down in our digital spaces, be rest assured that for us. Our over-riding aim is to make an impact where it counts in these demanding times. People will need relief, and the imperative is that social development must continue. This means that our goals and aims have not changed, though the modalities of social distancing and safety have been introduced.
For over ten years, the Al Iman Foundation has served as a trusted and transparent Zakah management organisation. We offer offers stakeholders absolute piece of mind through our effective, impactful and efficient collection and distribution of Zakah, Fitrah, Fidyah and Lillah. Our team, aided by experts in their fields, are professional, knowledgeable and thoroughly Shari’ah-wise about understanding Zakah.
Currently, the COVID-19 virus, the lockdown and its effect on all of us has necessitated that we expand on our usual grassroots activities to feed the underprivileged and unemployed, something we have done via strategic partnerships with government and other relevant agencies throughout all our regions.