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Kaffarah: If you break or miss a fast without a valid reason, you must fast for 60 consecutive days. If you are unable to do so, you must feed 60 needy people two meals.

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This Ramadan
Feed The Needy With Kaffarah

Give Fidyah or Kaffarah

Kaffarah for a Day

Broke or missed a fast without a valid reason? Pay Kaffarah (£420) to provide 60 needy people with two meals each.

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Fidyah for a Day

Missed one fast due to sickness or old age? Pay Fidyah (£7) to provide a needy person with two meals.

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Fidyah for a Month

Can't fast this Ramadan due to sickness or old age? Pay Fidyah (£210) to provide 30 needy people with two meals each.

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Who Must Pay The Fidyah

When a person has either become extremely weak due to old age, or they are suffering from an illness which prevents them from fasting, they are required to pay Fidyah (if they have the means).

This payment is used to feed a person in need two meals for the entire month. We recommend a donation of £7 per missed fast.

Who Must Pay The Kaffarah

Those who break or miss a fast intentionally and without a valid reason must fast for 60 consecutive days. If they are unable to do so, they must pay Kaffarah (expiation) for every missed fast.

Kaffarah is used to feed 60 needy people two meals.

For further advice on Fidyah and Kaffarah, please call our donor care team on 0115 911 7222.

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Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.