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What is Nights of Power?

Nights of Power is Muslim Aid’s automated donation platform, allowing you to split your donations across the last ten nights of Ramadan, thus ensuring you don’t miss the rewards of giving on Laylatul Qadr. This year once again, you can also choose to split your donations across the 30 blessed days of Ramadan.

Last 10 nights (Nights of Power)

Yes I want to split my donations across the last 10 nights of Ramadan and secure the reward of giving on Laylatul Qadr, Insha Allah

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How does it work?

The Night of Power (Laylatul Qadr) is better than a thousand months. The Prophet (pbuh) informed us that the Night of Power could be on any of the last 10 nights of Ramadan. Our Nights of Power platform allows you to automate your donations to ensure you don’t miss the rewards of giving on Laylatul Qadr. And it’s simple and safe to do!

Select your appeals

Choose from our 4 appeals: Zakat, Need Is Greatest, Global Emergency, Safe Water

Split your donations

How will you split your donation? Equally? More on the odd nights? You decide, you hold the power!

Reap the rewards

You’ve caught the Night of Power, Insha Allah! Your donations are scheduled

Why is the Night of Power important?

The Night of Power (Laylat ul- Qadr) is the most precious night of the whole year, filled with abundant mercy and blessings. In the words of the Holy Qur’an, it is “better than a thousand months.”

It was on this night that Allah (SWT) sent the Angel Jibril to Earth to reveal the first verses of the Qur’an with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). In this respect, many Muslims believe Laylat ul-Qadr to be the beginning of Islam, hence its prevalence within the religion as one of the holiest days of all.

How is the Night of Power celebrated?

Every Muslim is encouraged to seek Laylatul Qadr and increase in prayer and worship, read more Quran and make a lot of du’a.

Many Muslims choose to give their Zakat at this time of the year to gain maximum rewards from Allah (SWT), therefore acts of Sadaqah are commonly performed in excess during the last 10 nights of Ramadan.

What does this mean for me?

As per the Qur’an, the Night of Power brings with it added rewards when good deeds are carried out. With there being questions over what day the Night of Power is, combined with the demands of Ramadan, it’s plausible that you could lose track of the days and potentially miss the Night of Power.

This means you may miss out on the auspicious dividends granted by Allah (SWT) during Laylatul Qadr. Our Nights of Power platform ensures you never miss this holy night and that you are able to reap the rewards Allah (SWT) grants at this time.

In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power: And what will explain to thee what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. Therein come down the angels and the Spirit by Allah´s permission, on every errand: Peace!...This until the rise of morn!

(Quran 97)

Where will my money go?

This Ramadan, your Nights of Power donations will go towards delivering more aid to the most vulnerable people in the world. You can choose from the causes below, all of which will benefit someone in need and make a remarkable difference to someone’s life.

Zakat

Zakat is an act of worship. Trust us with your Zakat and save the lives of people in disaster zones like Palestine, Syria, and Afghanistan. Your Zakat will be distributed according to Shariah guidelines, approved by a board of Scholars. This Ramadan, Zakat is believing.

Need is Greatest

Serving others is a proof of our belief. Help save and change lives and enable us to reach widows, orphans, and the elderly. Donate now to Need is Greatest and ensure we can be there when it really matters. This Ramadan, serving is believing.

Safe Water

Access to safe water doesn’t only quench thirst, it nourishes a community from the inside out. From building and installing solar powered water systems and water stations in schools, to water trucking in drought affected regions and wells for remote villages, we believe no person should have to live without access to safe water.

Global Emergency

When disaster strikes, responding is believing. Help Muslim Aid to respond more urgently on the ground, protecting the worst-affected victims. For over 35 years we’ve provided life saving aid and humanitarian support whenever there has been a global emergency, be it war, natural disaster, or pandemic. This Ramadan, help us to continue saving lives.

Guarantee securing the rewards of Laylatul Qadr by helping those in need. You can make a difference.


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