Regular giving: consistent acts of kindness
Generosity isn’t measured by the size of our donation. It’s the small, regular Sadaqah that keep us in the game.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) said, ‘Take up good deeds only as much as you are able, for the best deeds are those done regularly even if they are few.’ (Hadith: Ibn Majah)
Our work at IKCA relies heavily on regular giving, no matter how little. Big gifts can make a big difference, it’s true. But it’s the big intentions that power small, consistent acts of kindness, which create lasting change.Give Regular Sadaqah Sponsor a Cancer Patient Monthly
What your small, monthly DD can achieve
Treating cancer is not cheap. But a monetary sum, given on a regular basis, can help a patient on the road to recovery.
£5 gives three meals a day for one patient
Most patients who qualify for free cancer care at Shaukat Khanum Hospital, are often undernourished even before they begin treatment. And most can barely afford a single meal, let alone the essential vitamins and supplements they lack. Three meals a day may not sound like much to us. But going to sleep with a full belly makes a world of difference for a poor patient with cancer.
£35 goes to ‘where most needed’
If you don’t have a project preference, then donate to ‘where most needed.’ This means your Sadaqah will go towards supporting different parts of our work, each month. Today it might help us meet the cost of vital hospital equipment, which will enable the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Tomorrow it might help complete the payment on a radiotherapy session for a patient in dire need.
£55 gifts a mammogram
Breast cancer is highly curable if detected early. Mammograms can diagnose and even prevent breast-cancer. In Pakistan, where the incidence of breast cancer is rising each year, many women who are high risk cannot afford regular mammograms. Your monthly gift can provide a free mammogram for one woman each month, ensuring they receive treatment as soon as they need it.Set up your monthly DD today
Set up a DD to give regularly today
Commit to small, regular Sadaqah. Your monthly DD will mean peace of mind for poor patients facing cancer.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) said, ‘Whoever fulfilled the needs of his brother, Allah will fulfil his needs’ (Hadith: Bukhari)
Here are some of the small asks our donors support with their monthly DD donations:
• £5 Feed a cancer patient
• £25 Where most needed
• £35 Feed a cancer patient for a week
• £45 Support our hospital equipment appeal
• £55 Donate a mammogram
• £75 Support a patient’s treatment