Your ‘Eidi for Kids’ donations for Ramadan Eid 2022 were distributed to over 2,000 children in four orphanages: Mawaa Homes, Seerat Ul Jannah, Anjuman Hayat Ul Islam and Iqra Sweet Homes and, at Ehsaas Eid Gift Camp on Tariq Road Karachi.

Our ‘Eidi for Kids’ project makes Eid Special for as many children as possible by handing out new clothes and other gifts to kids before Eid day so they can celebrate in style.

Over 2,000 children provided with Eid Gifts.

Eidi for Kids:

Ehsaas Project Video 2021.

ARY News Coverage:

Ehsaas Eid Gifts distribution 2021.


The Iftar donations you gave were used straight away and fed thousands of people a day…

Civil Hospital Karachi
500+ Iftar Meals Daily

Shahi Masjid, Multan
250+ Iftar Meals Daily

Naudero Sugar Mills, Sindh
350+ Iftar Meals Daily

Aik Minar Masjid, Multan
200+ Iftar Meals Daily

Village Doaran Pur, Punjab
350+ Iftar Meals Daily

Cosmopolitan Soc. Karachi
350+ Iftar Meals Daily

That was over 2,000 Daily Iftar Meals in just the areas above.


Many people do not have food to break their fast in Pakistan

Iftar Appeal Advert (Urdu)

Help us to feed as many people as possible this Ramadan.

Every Ramadan, our target is to provide at least 20,000 Iftar Meals daily

The Prophet ﷺ said:

“Whoever feeds a fasting person will have a reward like that of the fasting person, without any reduction in his reward.”

During Ramadan, many people throughout Pakistan will be fasting but will have no food to break their fast.

Ehsaas Iftar Appeal has teams dedicated to delivering Iftar meals to hospitals and directly to households throughout Pakistan and, feed as many people as possible with your help.


In Ramadan we are on the ground helping thousands of families with your donations in areas of Pakistan like Karachi:

Orangi Town, Karachi
400+ Ramadan 2022 Ration Packs distributed among needy families


We have many families on our books that need your support.

Ration Packs Advert (Urdu)

Provide a family with a monthly ration pack

To date we have distributed ration packs to over 11,995 families

The Prophet ﷺ said:

“Feed the hungry, visit the sick and free the captives.”

Solving hunger lays the foundation for progress in many other areas of development, including health and education. Well-nourished women have healthier, heavier babies whose immune systems are stronger for life. A healthy, well-fed child is also more likely to attend school.

Due to Coronavirus, we are delivering Ration Packs directly to households

We have many families on our books that need your support. Please help us to provide them with Ration Packs.

A Ramadan Ration Pack includes:

  • Dates 500gm
  • Flour 20kgs
  • Rice 3kg
  • Sugar 2kg
  • Cooking Oil 4ltr
  • Gram Flour (Bassan) 2kg
  • Daal Channa 1kg
  • Daal Moong 1kg
  • Daal Masoor 1kg
  • Kabli Channa 1kg
  • Red Chilli Powder 200gm
  • Coriander Powder 200gm
  • Turmeric Powder 100gm
  • Tea (Mixture) 200gm
  • Salt 800gm
  • Jam–e–Shireen (Rose Syrup Drink) 800ml
  • Vermicelli 1 Packet


Ehsaas accepts the following

Zakat-ul-Fitr: £5 per person

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) ordained Zakat-ul-Fitr to purify the fasting person from indecent words or actions and, to provide food for the needy. It is accepted as zakah for the person who gives it before the Eid prayer; but it is a mere sadaqah for the one who gives it after the prayer.

Zakat-ul-Fitr is obligatory for every person to pay before Eid prayer. Remember to pay on behalf of any children or elderly members of your household. The amount of fitrah is the value of one meal for a needy person (£5.00 per meal). The earlier it is paid during Ramadan, the better, as Ehsaas field offices shall spend your Zakat-ul-Fitr funds on the day of Eid.

Fidyah: £150 per month (£5 per Day)

There are many reasons why a Muslim worshiper might be unable to fast during the month of Ramadan; they may be unwell, pregnant or traveling. In these cases they must compensate by feeding a poor person for each day of fasting that they missed throughout the month of Ramadan. This practice is known as Fidyah and is calculated according to the average cost of two meals a day.

Kaffarah: £300 per missed fast

To atone for a missed/intentionally broken fast, you must fast continuously for 60 days. However, if you are unable to do that, then you have to feed 60 poor people at a rate of £5 per person (the cost of an average meal in the UK). As a result, this amounts to £300 for each missed/intentionally broken fast.