We need your Sadaqah just as much as we need your Zakat. Here is why:
Your Zakat allows us to provide free treatment to %75 of our patients at Shaukat Khanum, every year. Without it, we would not be able to save lives. But to treat cancer patients we need medical equipment, hospital wards, doctors and medicine. These are things we cannot purchase with Zakat.
Transparency and Shariah Compliance:
At Imran Khan Cancer Appeal, we are very particular about the disbursement of the Zakat funds you entrust to us. Thats why the Zakat we receive is utilized exclusively for providing direct patient care to poor patients. For every other expense, we use Sadaqah.
Why give Sadaqah this Ramadan?
Your Sadaqah and Sadaqah Jariya will go towards hospital construction costs and essential equipment. It will help us diagnose, treat and support cancer patients for years to come. Here’s what your Sadaqah Jariya can achieve:Give Sadaqah Jariya Now
Give Sadaqah Jariya to our Karachi Hospital Project
The Prophet (saw) said, ‘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.’–Hadith Muslim
In December 2015, your Sadaqah Jariya enabled us to give new hope to patients in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, with Pakistan’s second cancer hospital. Though only partially equipped, Shaukat Khanum Hospital (SKMCH) Peshawar started offering chemotherapy from the outset. Since then, our six-bed chemo bay has seen a turnover of 18-20 patients per day, six days a week. We now need your support to bring hope to Karachi. Find Out More
Sponsorships Available for Dedication
|Room/Area||Qty.||Sponsorship Price Per Room/Area (in GBP)|
|OPD Examination Rooms||40||60,000|
|Intensive Care Units||30||90,000|
How does Giving Sadaqah benefit you
Why give Sadaqah in Ramadan, when we will already be giving Zakat? This is a good question. Though Zakat can be given throughout the year, most Muslims view the Blessed Month as an annual marker to calculate their Zakat contribution on a year’s worth of savings, from one Ramadan to the next. But many of us forget that Zakat is a form of worship, that benefits the giver more than the receiver. It is in fact obligatory on every able Muslim, and not voluntary charity.
And treat your sick by giving charity… [Al-Bayhaqi, 3/282]
In Islam, voluntary charity is Sadaqah, and among its liberal rewards are Baraka -the increasing of one’s wealth and health. So what better time is there to give Sadaqh, than in the month of Ramadan, when all good deeds and voluntary acts of worship are increased in blessings?Donate Now