The Obligations of Fitrana

At the end of Ramadan, every Muslim who can afford to feed another makes a special payment called Zakat ul Fitr, commonly known as Fitrana. It is used exclusively to make food provisions available to those in need during Eid, ensuring nobody is excluded from the blessings of the occasion.

Pay Your Fitrana £6

The required amount of Fitrana was described by Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) as one ‘saa’. This is the equivalent of around £6 of staple food supplies at today’s prices. The recommended minimum amount of Fitrana per person is therefore around £6 this year.

But of course, it is always favourable to give more if we can afford it, as Fitrana is a meaningful way for us to mark the end of Ramadan and to express our sincere gratitude for the blessings we received during the month.

Pay Your Fitrana £6
The Obligations of Fitrana - Imran Khan Cancer Appeal


Imran Khan Cancer Appeal accepts Fitrana payments for feeding needy cancer patients at Shaukat Khanum Hospitals. Many of them arrive malnourished, leaving them vulnerable to the adverse effects of chemotherapy and other cancer treatments.

Our founder has dedicated his life to improving the welfare of ordinary Pakistanis. He is unable to make an appeal for our hospitals this year, but in his absence, we hope you will continue supporting our patients with your Fitrana and show that we still stand together in the fight against cancer.

To help us prepare and share food with patients in time for Eid, please pay your Fitrana a little earlier this year. Thank you.

Pay Your Fitrana £6