Before he became prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan won the hearts and trust of the nation as a cricketer turned philanthropist. He wanted to build a cancer hospital in honour of his mother, Shaukat Khanum, who died of cancer. He gave his own wealth as Sadaqah Jariyah and today, over two decades later, Pakistan's poorest are still benefitting from this act. Just imagine the rewards.
This Ramadan, each of us has the same chance to earn the rewards of ongoing Sadaqah Jariyah in perpetuity, either for ourselves or in the name of a loved one. That's a legacy worth leaving.
For over 25 years we've been investing Sadaqah Jariyah into healthcare projects which serve our patients, and provide ongoing rewards for our donors.
This Ramadan, give Sadaqah Jariyah with Imran Khan Cancer Appeal to reap the blessings of your charitable act in this life and the hereafter, for as long as others continue to benefit from it.Give Sadaqah Jariyah
Give Sadaqah Jariyah to the Karachi Hospital
Giving Sadaqah Jariyah to a hospital which provides healing is a great way to reap the rewards of your charity. Imagine the thousands of patients your donations will help, and the rewards each of us can gain through the simple act of giving.
Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Lahore and Peshawar were both built with the Sadaqah Jariyah of generous donors. Now, people from around the world are giving Sadaqah Jariyah to build a Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Karachi. Join our mission and help us to serve more people for years to come.
What your Sadaqah Jariyah can achieve
Did you know that Sadaqah Jariyah can be given on behalf of a loved one, living or deceased? In this way, giving Sadaqah Jariyah allows you, and your deceased loved ones, to enjoy continuous rewards.
"When a man dies, his good deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah [ceaseless charity]; a knowledge which [he has passed on and] is beneficial; or a virtuous descendant who prays for him." (Muslim)
The Sadaqah Jariyah you give is vital to the work we do. It has allowed us to build two cancer hospitals that have treated, cured and saved thousands of people.
Why give Sadaqah and Zakat with Imran Khan Cancer Appeal?
To treat cancer patients we need medical equipment, hospital wards, doctors and medicine. And all of these have to be purchased using your Sadaqah.
Zakat on the other hand, has to be used in a very particular way to remain Shariah compliant. It's utilised exclusively for providing direct patient care to poor patients at Shaukat Khanum Hospital. For every other expense, we use Sadaqah and Sadaqah Jariyah.
Can you give a little Sadaqah when paying your Zakat this Ramadan?Give Sadaqah Jariyah Calculate Your Zakat