Pay your Fidya at just £4 per day. Your donation will mean a person living in poverty will receive nutritious meals.
You will need to donate £4 x the number of days you've missed fast. Which allows us to provide two nutritious meals a day to someone who would otherwise go without.
If you are unable to fast the whole month of Ramadan, your Fidya donation will be £120.
If you break or are unable to fast with a valid reason, such as being ill or pregnant, and it cannot be made up after Ramadan, you will need to pay Fidya.
The requirement is to provide one person with two meals, for each day that a fast is missed. With SKT Welfare, your Fidya costs just £4 a day, and will mean a person in need will receive two nutritious meals.
Fidyah and Kaffarah are obligatory donations which you may need to pay, if you are missing fasts during Ramadan.
If you cannot fast over Ramadan and you cannot make up the fast later, for example, because of health issues or pregnancy, you must pay Fidyah.
If you deliberately miss a fast without a good reason, you must pay Kaffarah.
When you pay your Fidyah or Kaffarah with us, it costs £4 a day, which allows us to provide two nutritious meals a day to someone who would otherwise go without.
100% of your Fidyah or Kaffarah donation will go directly to providing life-saving food.
Fidyah, sometimes spelled Fidya, must be paid if you have good reasons for breaking your fast, and you cannot make up the fast at a later date.
Not sure who is eligible for Fidyah? If any of the examples below describe you, you will need to pay Fidyah for any fasts missed:
To calculate your Fidyah, you will need to pay £4 for every day that a fast will be missed. If you cannot fast throughout Ramadan, your Fidyah will be £120 - this will provide nutritious meals for a vulnerable person for an entire month, Alhamdulillah!
Our 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid.