Waqf is a Sadaqa Jariyah (continuous charity) and at the same time a unique action to support those in need as mentioned in one of the more prominent hadiths about the land owned by Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (r.a). Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) advised him to make the property inalienable and give the proceeds to charity.
What is Waqf?
Waqf is a religious endowment of property to be held in trust and used for charitable or religious purposes under Islamic law. Waqf is inalienable and it involves donating a building, plot of land, or other assets with no intention of reclaiming the assets.
The Importance of Waqf
Waqf has great benefits for society and endower as well. It is a very effective way for better economic impact and long-term support for generations to come. The establishment of Waqf enables you to revive the Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH) and help the community. It is a continuous reward you get and a charitable act.
Waqf fund will enable us to use the fundraised for our development work.
£100 a share | General Waqf
This will help us to provide support and transform lives through our ongoing and sustainable waqf projects.