Translate this page

English Arabic French German Greek Swahili Turkish

25 February 2018 / 9. Jamaad-Ul-Akhar 1439

Charity Gifts – the Perfect Present this Eid!

Posted on Fri, 2015-07-17 16:47

WFEGPoster.v3 (1)

This Eid, why not gift your family and friends a Charity Gift?  Often, one of the hardest things about Eid is finding the right present! A charity gift allows you to find the perfect present for your loved ones and, at the same time, helping others in need around the world.

With such great emphasis on charity giving during the month of Ramadhan, let us continue this into the month of Shawwal.  The reality is, many around the world face difficulties all throughout the year – not just in Shahr Ramadhan.

Our charity gifts range from gifting education to a student in India to sponsoring a senior to even providing breakfast to a child in East Africa! There is a gift that will suit everyone of all ages.

To purchase a charity gift, please visit The WFShop   where you can pick the right gift for you. You will then receive a personalised certificate with a personal message and the name of the person who you have donated on behalf of!

Have a look on the WF Shop today to order your Charity Gift today! 


Related News


Kenya is one of the world’s 30 poorest countries, with more than half the country’s population living below the poverty line.   In Northeast Kenya, this is especially the case where there is twice the relative poverty headcount and people suffer from poor infrastructure, low literacy and limited access to health care.


According to the United Nations, Kenya’s population is one of the most struggling populations in the world. With over 36 million people living there, water scarcity has been an issue for decades where natural water resources fail to provide an equitable delivery of water to the various regions of the country.


If one of our Shia goes for Imam Husayn (as)’s Ziyarat, then he will not return but all his sins will be forgiven. For every step that he or his mount takes, 1,000 virtues are written for him, 1,000 sins are forgiven and his status is elevated by a 1,000 degrees.' (Bihar al-Anwar, volume 101;  Kamil al-Ziyaraat)

If  you have been blessed with the opportunity to go to Iraq this Arba’een and are doing the walk from Najaf to  Karbala, why not help fundraise for the poor and needy at the same time?