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AusRelief is a registered ACNC Charity
We offer a variety of overseas development and emergency relief services to assist those in need. The one we’ll be focusing on today is sadaqa.
Our team consists of qualified and experienced doctors, nurses, midwives, and paramedics as well as other volunteers. We work alongside local authorities, partnering with select NGOs such as UNICEF to deliver much-needed aid.
In short, your donation goes a long way in helping those who need it most.
AusRelief is currently accepting donations to help with our programs in Indonesia, the Philippines, East Timor, and Papua New Guinea.
Information on Sadaqa Donations
What is Sadaqa?
Sadaqa is an Arabic word meaning "donation". In the context of Zakat, sadaqa refers to those donations that are made to a specific person or a group of people. It's a donation that is given voluntarily and not as a means of purchasing items or services from other entities. It can take any form, including money, goods, time, effort etc. since it is being donated with no intention to return favour.
As one of our primary objectives at AusRelief is providing aid to overseas disaster victims; we rely heavily on Sadaqa donations to provide for their basic needs (food, clothing, shelter etc.)
Sadaqa Australia to the world through AusRelief
In Australia, many registered charities accept donations, such as AusRelief.
We are giving food assistance all year round as part of our relief efforts. We're trying to alleviate the suffering of people affected by the ongoing conflicts at places such as:
We help everyone, regardless of their position in life: the unfortunate who have suffered due to blockades, famine, natural disasters, or conflict. We're on the ground in person with our staff, offering immediate relief and routine aid to people who have been driven from their homes.
Sadaqah Jariyah, a voluntary charity
Sadaqah Jariyah is the act of giving money to someone in need without being ordered to do so by an institution. It is a form of charity that is very well known in the Sunni branch of Islam.
This form of charity is recommended as a means of attaining extra rewards. This can be done by giving money, goods, or service to the needy. In Islam, it is believed that a Sadaqah Jariyah will continue to benefit the donor even after their death.
Sadaqa online donations
When you donate to Ausrelief, every dollar goes towards alleviating the suffering of people affected by conflict in places such as Syria, Yemen, Palestine, and East Timor.
AusRelief is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and donations are tax-deductible. We ensure there is 100% transparency in our operations.
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To find out more about how your Sadaqah Jariyah donation can help our work please contact us.
What is the difference between Sadaqa and Zakat?
The difference between Sadaqa and Zakat is that while both are good deeds under Islamic law, Sadaqa is voluntary while Zakat is compulsory.
What is the Zakat for gold?
The Zakat for gold is giving away 2.5% of the weight of all gold possessed in a year, however, this is only if it's worth more than 10,000 AUD.
Which countries do Ausrelief specialize in?
AusRelief specializes in the following countries:
- East Timor
- Papua New Guinea
Why does it take so long for relief to reach people who need it most?
It takes a long time for relief to reach people who need it most because there's not enough available and the need is growing faster than we can give it.
It is very difficult for aid workers to respond quickly to emergencies. When disasters strike, food, water, shelter, and transportation are often in short supply—and much of what's available usually gets consumed or diverted by desperate families trying either to survive or to provide relief for loved ones elsewhere. As these situations deteriorate into misery after weeks or months without aid supplies, more funding becomes necessary-but until now all too little aid has been given generously by the international community. We are asking you to make an individual donation today that will help alleviate suffering in Syria or Yemen where individuals do not have access to food and other aid supplies.
AusRelief is a not-for-profit organization that assists those who need it the most, regardless of religious affiliation. We provide our services at home and abroad through Australia's leading humanitarian partners from all over the world. Everyone associated with AusRelief is a part of the community and we are proud members of this society. In fact, as a registered charity, Ausrelief ensures 100% transparency in its operations so you can be confident your donation will go directly where it's needed most – whether food relief for a famine or emergency relief during a natural disaster or conflict situation.
Our primary concern is to give people hope so they may have a better life by providing them with the basic essentials that they need to survive. AusRelief ensures that 100% of your donation will go directly towards humanitarian assistance projects without any fee being deducted, including bank charges.