The Qur’an is the key to unlocking their future

Memorising the Qur’an gives these students access to higher education in their country.

A Hifz student on our food programme is fed 3 school meals every day for a whole year, so they can develop physically, spiritually and grow academically.

Provide a student 3 school meals for an entire year for £300. Alternatively, stagger your payments across the 12 months by setting up a monthly recurring payment of £25.

Pick your school, select a student and change their life.


Frequently Asked Questions

Hafiz (male) or Hafiza (female) is an Arabic word meaning ‘protector’, and in this case… the protector or preserver of the Qur’an through memorisation.

You essentially provide school meals to Hifz students in boarding schools, making sure they have the strength and good health to continue their studies.

Learning how to recite and memorise the Qur’an benefits these students in other areas of their life, allowing them to access higher education and change life around for themselves and their families.

Our Hifz programme is currently across Sudan and Bangladesh.

After completing your sponsorship payment, your sponsorship will begin from the 1st of the following month.

You will receive an annual report, which gives you an update on the Hifz student’s progress.

We will allocate the donor to a different student to sponsor. The need is always going to be present for other students.

No admin cost is taken from students being sponsored from zakat. In the case of the zakat, 100% of the monies received will be used on meals.

This is a case-by-case basis and differs from country to country, although we try and restrict this to 15%.

This is because there is always going to be a continued need to support the children, with additional schools and students, more funds will be required.

We will provide an update on the child’s Quran progression, educational attainment and general health and wellbeing.

Thank You!

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