Born Connected

This Ramadan, strengthen your connection to displaced families in need.

Calculate your ZakatDonate your Sadaqah

Born Connected

This Ramadan, strengthen your connection to displaced families in need

Calculate your ZakatDonate your Sadaqah

Photo: ©UNHCR/Saikat Mojumder

Give refugees strength,
support and hope this Ramadan.

Food and water

to help families facing extreme food insecurity


to protect refugee families at risk of exploitation and homelessness

Be a lifeline

to those who are most vulnerable like unaccompanied children and widows

This Ramadan, you can be assured that 100% of your Zakat will be delivered with care, compassion and support.

“Life has no meaning if you are unable to hold your children close.”

Abou Salim is a Syrian refugee living in Lebanon who was separated from his children.

“What we went through tore our family apart.”

For refugees like Abou Salim, who have lost everything, your Zakat is an offering of hope and solidarity.

Photo: © UNHCR / Amine Abou Ghanem

One Community. Born Connected. Strengthened by Zakat.

Endorsed by scholars, UNHCR’s Refugee Zakat Fund operates a 100% donation policy. Ensuring 100% of what you give, goes directly to displaced families in need.

Zero fees. Zero deductions. Zero interest.

Rohingya refugee Hamida, a mother of four, arrived in Bangladesh over four years ago after being forced to flee Myanmar.

Please give today to support families in need – like Hamida’s.

© UNHCR/Saikat Mojumder

Calculate your

Zakat today

This Ramadan, work out how much Zakat to pay with our simple Zakat calculator.

In her 12 years of life, Falmata has experienced lifetimes of suffering. Born in Banki, northeast Nigeria, she contracted polio which has left her physically disabled.

Despite all that she has faced, Falmata is fearless, courageous and dedicated to her studies.

Falmata has been forced to flee her home four times. She has endured an unimaginable journey of hardship, loss and suffering.


“I pray to finish my studies and find a good job.”

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