"A Good Word Is As A Good Tree Whose Root Is Firm And Its Branches Are In Heaven"
[Holy Quran, Surah Ibrahim]


The Eden Foundation is a Huddersfield-based organisation working at grass-roots levels to help promote Islamic values of peace, unity, and respect. We believe this can be successfully achieved through delivering projects focused on Education and Engagement.

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Sadaqatul Fitr (Fitrana)
Sadaqatul Fitr is an obligation for every Muslim, male or female, who owns 612.35 grams of silver or its equivalent. It should also be given on behalf of dependant children. It is Sunnah to give this before performing Eid Salaah and should only be given to those entitled to receive Zakaah. A specific portion of wheat, barley, dates, or raisins or its monetary equivalent must be given.

Sadaqatul Fitr per head:
  • Wheat - £2
  • Barley - £4.50
  • Raisins - £12.50
  • Dates - £17.00
Covid Shuhada Masjid Appeal
"Dedicated to all those who have lost family & friends in the pandemic" The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘Whoever constructs a masjid for Allah, Allah will construct a house for him in Paradise’. (Bukhari)

small/large Masjid : £8,500/£15,000 In Pakistan & Supporting Masjid construction in Albania

By building a masjid on behalf of a loved one not only will they earn the reward of providing a community with a house of Allah, but the Sadaqah-Jaariyah will continue giving benefit for generations to come, insha’ Allah.
TEF Welfare – Foodbank
The Covid pandemic has affected every segment of our community. We are frequently seeing queues outside foodbanks across the country. Our foodbank last year delivered over 400 food packs to vulnerable families.

As a community we have a sacred duty to look after our neighbours and those in need. This year we want to focus on funding a minimum of 500 family packs at £15 each, at a total cost of £7,500. We will use surplus funds to provide a counselling service if needs are met. This will signpost those in need to help and support in other areas of life.
TEF Welfare – Foodbank
The Eden Foundation was established to serve the Muslim community of Huddersfield and to educate them in their Deen. Our aim is to use education to make transformative changes to people’s lives. Thus forming a chain of khair that allows for other services and projects to be delivered.

To meet the needs of the community and our own families we need to use all the resources that Allah (swt) has gifted us with. Our surplus wealth is a means to bring about effective and lasting change.

We need your support to fulfil our vision. We need to continue to repay the qarz across our sites. We need your support for capital projects; The Highfields site requires a new boiler, central heating system and windows. Crosland Moor needs land development for car parking. The Lindley site needs a complete renovation.

We rely on the generous contribution of the community in Ramadhan to build for a better future. Make us a vehicle to fulfil the Prophetic vision.

The Prophet (saw) said: “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity); a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased).”
This is the compensation for missing Ramadhan fasts due to one being terminally ill or has passed away (in which case it is given out of a third of their inheritance).
The compensation for each missed fast is to give a Fidyah (which is the same amount given for Sadaqah al-Fitr) to the poor.

This is a major compensation. If a person breaks a fast intentionally or breaks an oath, Kaffarah would then be binding as the form of redemption.
If a Ramadhan fast is broken intentionally, one would need to fast for sixty consecutive days – which is the Kaffarah – and then observe one qadha fast.
If more than one fast is broken intentionally, one will be required to compensate with one Kaffarah – by fasting sixty consecutive days – and a qadha fast for each extra fast broken.
If one cannot do these fasts due to poor health or old age then one must feed sixty poor persons.
For redemption of a broken oath, a person may feed ten poor persons.
We suggest that the amount to feed one person be set at £3.30 and given to the most needy as determined by our charity partners. This amount should be multiplied according to the number persons to be fed.
Ramadhan Iftar for Needy
100% Donation Policy "Feed one poor person for £1". Covid restrictions might mean we are unable to host iftaar dinners or donate Iftar to our local masjid. So this year, why not feed a poor family for a day or for a month.

Don't miss out on the reward for providing Iftar. “Whoever gives Iftar to one who is fasting will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the fasting person’s reward in the slightest.” (Hadith, Tirmidhi).
Bringing hope & preventing further hardship from Covid-19 Pandemic in Pakistan / Gaza / Greece / Yemen / Rhohingya / Kenya & Uganda

Zakaat Will Go Towards:
  • Ramadhan Food Aid
  • Orphans Eid Gift
  • Hygiene Packs
  • Food Distributions
  • Charcoal Distributions
  • Widow Support And Sponsor Education Of Children
  • Adult Vocational Training
  • Orphan Support
  • Food Packs