Al-Imdaad Foundation

The Al-Imdaad Foundation’s Islamic projects are dedicated to the upliftment of underprivileged and needy Muslims. Donations in the form of fidya, lillah, sadaqa and waqf are conscientiously used to fund and establish projects related to education, orphans’ care, water wells, the building of masaajids, etc. This is done in strict accordance with the rules of Shari’ah.



Eid Feast Packs

19 May 2020

This year, families across South Africa will be facing a difficult Eid. The lockdown has taken a serious toll on the livelihoods of millions. Many in our community have been struggling through Ramadan and have limited resources to celebrate the occasion...


Canned Qurbani 2017

01 Aug 2017

For the third year running, the Al-Imdaad Foundation is continuing its important canned Qurbani programme that allows donors to send their Qurbani to regions that have faced unimaginable hardship in recent times. The canned Qurbani option is ideal...


Masjid Construction Programme

31 Oct 2017

The Al-Imdaad Foundation believes that meaningful spirituality is an essential part of the coping mechanism of destitute and war-torn peoples. When faced with difficulties it is the connection to the creator that helps people to pull through. Religious...


Fidya, Kaffara, Fitra

11 May 2020

In certain circumstances, Muslims are required to make expiatory payments to cover outstanding aspects of ritual worship or atone for intentional breaking of fasts without valid excuse. Al-Imdaad Foundation is able to facilitate these payments which...


Revive a Sunnah Campaign

18 May 2020

The Holy Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him) is reported to have said that whosoever loves my Sunnah (way or practices), loves me and whosoever loves me will be with me in paradise. (Tirmidhi) For the believer there is no greater honour than to...


Madrasah Imdaadiyya

11 May 2020

After the lap of the mother, the foundational Islamic learning of every child takes place in the Maktab Madrasah (Islamic learning centre), wherein the child is moulded through the dual means of Tarbiyah (Moral instruction) and Ta’lim (Islamic Education). Madrasah...


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