Start a Ramadan Fundraiser Today

This Ramadan, make a huge impact and gain unimaginable reward by starting an online donation page on GoFundMe.

You can raise money for any project close to your heart, such as helping family back home,  providing food packs to those in need, or starting a Sadaqah Jariyah on behalf of a loved one.

Last Ramadan more than £2m was collectively raised on GoFundMe, supporting important projects set up by Muslims in the UK.

Start your Ramadan fundraiser on GoFundMe, the world’s most popular fundraising site.

Why choose GoFundMe

#1 Fundraising site

We launched in 2010 and have become one of the world’s most popular fundraising websites. We’ve helped millions of people raise over £10 billion, so you can have confidence that your project is in the right place.

Easy to start

There is no fee to start a GoFundMe. There is a small transaction fee which includes the costs for processing credit or debit cards. This is 2.9% + £0.25p per donation for personal fundraisers of 1.9% + 20p for charity fundraisers.

Easy to set up and manage

It only takes a few minutes to set up your fundraising page, and then you can share it with your friends and family to donate. And then once you’re ready, you can withdraw straight to a bank account.

Safe and secure

We have some of the very best in secure payment encryption technology. Your donors’ online payments are safe, and your money is stored securely until you’re ready to request a withdrawal to a bank account.

Our Trust & Safety team works to ensure your safety and to protect you against fraud.

We also provide the industry’s first donor protection guarantee. This gives your friends and family donation protection so they can support your project with full confidence.

Share with friends and family

Once you’ve set up your fundraising page, you’ll have a donation page link that you can share with friends and family to donate. You can share your link on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram… you name it!

Withdraw straight to a bank account

Once your GoFundMe starts receiving online donations, you can easily withdraw money at any time. Simply click ‘Withdraw’ while logged into your account and withdraw directly to a bank account. Bank transfers take 2-5 business days to arrive.

You can raise money for any project close to your heart

Here’s a few examples of fundraisers this Ramadan:

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    If you don’t have a personal project, you can fundraise on behalf of your favourite charity. Making your Ramadan efforts go further, increasing your reward!

    Ummah Welfare Trust

    Ummah Welfare Trust is a UK-based international relief and development charity established in 2001. Inspired by the Islamic teachings of empathy, generosity and selflessness, the trust aims to alleviate poverty and suffering across the world.

    Islamic Help

    Islamic Help is a UK-registered charity delivering sustainable solutions that empower people in need. Their work is underpinned by our core values – honesty, transparency, integrity and accountability.

    Human Appeal

    Human Appeal is a non-profit organisation working across the globe to strengthen humanity’s fight against poverty, social injustice and natural disaster. They are a faith-based organisation inspired by Islamic values.

    National Zakat Foundation

    NZF is a charity platform that receives your Zakat and distributes it to thousands of Muslims in need across the UK.

    Muslim Charity

    Motivated by the Islamic faith, Muslim Charity seeks a world of hope, tolerance and social justice where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity.

    Donate to a charity during Ramadan

    Muslims believe that it was during Ramadan that God sent angel Jibrail (Gabriel) to reveal the first verses of the Quran, Islam’s sacred text, to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. They do not eat or drink anything between sunrise and sunset, after which they enjoy a nightly feast known as iftar. Fasting is one of the five pillars, or obligations, of Islam. The aim of fasting is to bring Muslims closer to God, encourage self-discipline and serve as a reminder of those less fortunate.

    Ramadan is a month of blessings and reward. Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) said: Every action a son of Adam does shall be multiplied by ten times its value, up to 700 times. Allah says: With the exception of fasting, which belongs to Me, and I reward it accordingly. (Al-Bukhari)

    The first day of Ramadan 2022 in the UK will be either 3rd April or 4th April and the last day is either on May 1st or May 2nd, which is when the Eid celebrations occur.