This year, Orphans in Need are working with My Ten Nights to ensure that you are able to continue giving your Zakat or Sadaqah over the last 10 nights of Ramadan and don’t miss your chance to donate on Laylut al Qadr. Life can be busy enough, so let us help make things easier.
The first 10 days of Ramadan are when Muslims seek mercy and blessings from Allah, and the last 10 nights of Ramadan hold special significance within the Islamic calendar as Allah shows mercy.
The last 10 nights of Ramadan 2021 are for reciting the Qur’an, reflecting on the meanings of the Qur’an and doing some self-reflection. There is much to do during these final days and nights.
You should focus all of your energy into connecting with Allah on the final nights of Ramadan, but it’s important that you don’t miss the opportunity to donate your Zakat and charity payments if you are to maximise the blessings and rewards cast upon on you on these nights and on the Night of Power. To make sure you can connect with Allah and get the maximum benefit of giving your donations, automate your payments with My Ten Nights and Orphans in Need.
My Ten Nights provides you with a way to pay your Zakat and charity donations over the course of the last 10 nights of Ramadan. You can make one donation and My 10 Nights will split it over the course of 10 days, ensuring you reap all the blessings and rewards.
All you have to do is:
It really is that simple.
Giving charity on Laylut Quadr (The Night of Power) is thought to be ‘better than a thousand months’ (Al-Qadr, 97: 3). This Holy night is when it is believed the first verses of the Qur’an were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Any good deeds carried out on this date are thought to have higher reward than those done over a thousand months.
Don’t miss out on reaping the rewards of Laylut al Qadr, schedule your donations with Orphans in Need and My Ten Nights today.