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Waqf Gifting

Mundhir bin Jarir (RA) narrated that his father said:

“The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: ‘Whoever introduces a good practice that is followed, he will receive its reward and a reward equivalent to that of those who follow it, without that detracting from their reward in the slightest…”

The Prophet [SAW] said:

“When a person dies, nothing lives on after him, except for three things:

Sadaqat ul-Jariyyah (continuing charity),

knowledge which can benefit others (via learning),

or virtuous offspring who will pray for the person.”

Consequently, an ongoing charity like the Waqf endowment can take on many forms.

What is Waqf?
The definition of a Waqf is that its origin is “frozen”, and the fruits are donated for the sake of Allah.

Whatever a person gives in the charity of his wealth for the sake of Allah is his true wealth, wealth that will benefit him as an investment beyond the grave. It is a chance for us to get the best of both worlds.

Charity, which benefits others after death, not only brings happiness to yourself but also happiness to those who are benefiting.

Awqaf SA Waqf Gift Certificate

A gift has been invested with AwqafSA, who will be the administrator of the Waqf. They will invest the funds into property and other assets to collectively generate a profit that can be used to fund education, masjid renovations, Hajj support, economic upliftment, disaster relief, water projects, and general community projects.

How to add to your Waqf Account

Using your unique account number as a reference number

You may deposit funds into the Awqaf SA Bank account:

Bank Account Details

FNB ACC: 62052040145
BC:  250655
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