The purification of wealth is achieved through it.
A person's wealth is a gift from Allah (SWT) and
donating it to charity purifies it and earns
Allah's pleasure.

Unlocking Divine Blessings during the last 10 Days of Ramadan

The last ten days of Ramadan, known as the "Ashra of Ramadan," are a time of immense blessings and mercy, as mentioned in the Quran (Al-Qadr 97:1). Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said in a hadith, "Whoever stands in prayer on the Night of Power with faith and seeking reward, his previous sins will be forgiven" (Sahih Bukhari).

One of the best ways to earn immense rewards during these special nights is through charitable giving, as the Quran emphasizes the importance of spending in the cause of Allah (Al-Baqarah 2:267). Allah promises to multiply the rewards of those who give in charity (Al-Hadid 57:10).

By donating during these last ten days, we have the opportunity to purify our wealth, seek closeness to Allah, and have our sins forgiven. Let's emulate the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet (peace be upon him) by generously donating to those in need during this blessed time, and reap the blessings and rewards of this auspicious period.

Donation Benefits

Support people in need

Supporting local and international communities in need, it promoted social justice and equality.

Allah’s Pleasure

A person's wealth is a gift from Allah (SWT) and donating it to charity purifies it and earns Allah's pleasure. The purification of wealth is achieved through it.

Stronger bonds

As a result, communities are strengthened by promoting cohesion, and stronger bonds, as well as forming positive changes.

“The believers are but one brotherhood, so make peace between your brothers. And be mindful of Allah so you may be shown mercy.



We intend to unite Muslims and establish true brotherhood/sisterhood and uhuwwah among the members of this community and the Muslim Ummah at large


Ramadan is the time of giving to charity, which traces back to the time of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).


We hope to foster compassion even further, especially during Ramadan, when we are encouraged to think about those less fortunate and show compassion toward them.


As the Prophet (SAW) explained in a hadith, those who benefit others most are the most beloved to Allah (SWT) because they amplify Allah's love and His attributes.


Building a community also involves creating institutions and organizations that serve the community's needs, such as mosques, Islamic schools, and charitable organizations.


Salaam Islamic Center believes all Muslims are brothers and sisters in faith and has taken the responsibility of creating loving communities upon its shoulders.

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