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British Muslims gave approximately £100 million to charitable causes during the month of Ramadan this year. That’s approximately £38 a second.

British Muslims donate 100 Million

A blog by Nick Donaldson published on the Charity Commission website  notes, ‘it is estimated by the Muslim Charities Forum that British Muslims gave approximately £100 million to charitable causes during the month of Ramadan this year. To give some context, that equates to approximately £38 a second . . . The sheer scale of the work is immediately apparent. One Muslim-led charity (not one of the largest) estimates that its work last Ramadan had helped over 1 million people. Much of this work is helping people in the most severe hardship, like those living amidst the drought in Somaliland or the conflict in Syria. My contact also spoke keenly of their desire to help people affected by the floods in Carlisle, and to run soup kitchens for the homeless in Britain. Charity may begin at home, but it certainly doesn’t end there; dozens of countries were named as areas of benefit, from Europe to North America, and right around the world.’

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