Islamic Welfare Trust understands that your donation is an Amanah. We also understand the responsibility and accountability it brings.
Islamic Welfare Trust spend 90p of every £1 donated to us on the beneficiaries. Remaining 10p are spent on generating more donations and to cover the administration costs.
Example: How your donation is spent?
When you donate £10 to Islamic Welfare Trust’s Palestine Emergency Appeal, we will send £9 to Palestine to help them buy food and water. Remaining £1 will be spent on generating more donations. On average for every £1 spent on marketing we raise £10 in donations. So your donation is doubled without you knowing, Alhamdulillah
This is the example of this world. However, in the sight of Allah there are no limits on reward. A person will be rewarded up to 700 times for his/her donation.
100% Zakat Policy
Islamic Welfare Trust operates 100% Zakat Policy. It means that every single penny you donate towards Zakat appeal will be spent on the beneficiaries.
Example: How your Zakat is spent?
When you donate £10 to Islamic Welfare Trust’s Zakat Appeal, we will spend all £10 on helping the poor & the needy. No administration costs. No marketing costs.
Help the poor & the needy with your Zakat. Donat your Zakat with Islamic Welfare Trust.
100% Qurbani Policy
Islamic Welfare Trust operates 100% Qurbani Policy. It means that every single penny you donate towards Qurbani appeal will be spent on performing Qurbanis.
Example: How your Qurbani is performed?
When you donate £100 to Islamic Welfare Trust’s Qurbani Appeal, we will spend all £100 on purchasing, slaughtering & distributing the Qurbani animal. Your Qurbani meat will only be distributed among the poor & the needy families. No administration costs. No marketing costs.
Perform your Qurbani with Islamic Welfare Trust, perform it with confidence. Insha’Allah
Gift Aid Policy
Any gift aid claimed on the donations is used for marketing, administration and for the projects which do not receive enough donations.
We are 100% transparency policy charity, which means that you are always welcome to ask us where your donation has been spent. Our accounts are publicly available via the charity commission website.