Fidyah, Kaffarah & Fitrana

Unsure about the differences between Fidyah, Kaffarah, and Fitrana? Confused about how much you should pay if you’re not fasting this Ramadan? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Read our simple guide below.

Pay Fidyah £6 Pay Fidyah £180 Pay Kaffarah £360 Pay Fitrana £6

 
Sadly, our cancer patients are too sick to observe the Ramadan fast. Our founder is unable to make a direct appeal for them this year, but in his absence, we hope you will continue supporting our hospitals with your Fidyah, Kaffarah and Fitrana and show that we still stand together in the fight against cancer.


Fidyah Explained

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, or £180 for the month, and is used to provide two meals for another. Learn more about Fidyah and its conditions by clicking the link below.

Pay Your Fidyah £6 Pay Fidyah £180 Learn More About Fidyah

 


Kaffarah Explained

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 Explained

Fitrana, also known as Zakat ul Fitr, is a payment made at the end of Ramadan by every Muslim who can afford to feed another. It specifically aims to feed the needy during Eid, ensuring they can partake in the blessings and abundance of the occasion. This year, Fitrana with Imran Khan Cancer Appeal is £6 per person – please pay yours promptly so that we can prepare and share your food provisions with our 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