Eid Gifts For
Eid is the day of gratitude and joy, marking the end of the fasting month. The day of Eid has many values and virtues, such as experiencing joy, rejoicing, maintaining ties of kinship and expressing gratitude to Allah S.W.T.
YOUR EID GIFTS WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Not many things are more rewarding than seeing a child’s face brighten as they are given a gift – so this is the perfect opportunity to make their Eid extra special.
As with many key events in the Islamic calendar, Eid is all about celebration and commemoration. It is a time when the Muslim community unite in faith, showing our dedication to Allah S.W.T. and actively working to become closer to Him.
Giving an Eid Gift to an orphaned family helps to encourage the fundamental Islamic principle of giving to those less fortunate than yourself, helping those who are struggling to be able to enjoy their own celebrations this Eid.
While you make preparations to celebrate Eid this year, spare a thought for the orphaned families who are less fortunate and unable to enjoy delicious food, gifts, and even the luxury of spending quality time with loved ones.
During traditional Eid celebrations, children are given new clothes and gifts of cookies and pocket of money. Your Eid Gifts could make all the difference to a family, supplying them with items that will make their Eid more joyous!
YOU WILL BE GIFTING EACH FAMILY WITH:
WHY DO WE GIVE EID GIFTS?
Eid Gifts can help to embed a deeper understanding of giving to charity. Supporting those less fortunate is at the heart of the Muslim culture, and throughout the year, many Muslims choose to give generously to causes that support their brothers and sisters around the globe.
Teaching young people why charity is important can be challenging, but the act of giving to others is a highly effective way of leading by example. Of course, though, traditionally wrapped presents are far from the only gift available to you.
Whether it is paying your annual Zakat donation or supporting those in need through disasters and emergency relief appeals, this is all a catalyst for creating a supportive, equal society.
With this in mind, we’ll like to spread the joy of Eid to those who might not have the same privileges as us.