Not sure of the differences between Fidyah, Kaffarah and Fitrana and how much you should pay if you are not fasting this year? Don’t worry. Let us walk you through it with this simple guide.Pay Fitrana £6 Pay Fidyah Pay Kaffarah £360
If you have a valid reason for not fasting during Ramadan, you must make up for the missed fasts once you are able to do so. However, if you are unable to make up for the missed fasts due to a long-term illness or old age, for example, you must pay Fidyah instead. This requires a payment of £6 per missed fast, which is used to provide two average meals for another. Learn more about Fidyah and its conditions by clicking the link below.Pay Your Fidyah Learn More About Fidyah
Kaffarah is for people who have missed or broken a fast during Ramadan without a valid reason. It also applies to broken oaths and is £360 for the month. Learn more about Kaffarah and its conditions by clicking the link below.Pay Your Kaffarah £360 Learn More About Kaffarah
Fitrana, also known as Zakat ul Fitr, is a compulsory charity used to feed the poor that must be paid by every Muslim before the end of Ramadan. This year, Fitrana with IKCA is £6 per person.
It is important to pay Fitrana as early as possible so that food can be prepared and shared with our neediest patients in time for Eid. Learn more about Fitrana and its conditions by clicking the link below.Pay Your Fitrana £6 Learn More About Fitrana