The experienced and dedicated NZF team works with applicants on a personal level to establish the type of support they need and conducts meticulous checks to ensure Zakat is given in a religiously sound and impactful way.
Our Zakat policies adhere to scholarly opinions on how Zakat should be distributed, having adopted the most conservative approach to distributing across the different eligibility categories.
NZF’s latest version of the Zakat Distribution Policy has been reviewed and certified by Mufti Amjad Mohammed of Markaz al-Iftaʾ wa’l-Qadaʾ. The fatwa confirms that the policy document adheres to procedures, practices and processes detailed in the books of fiqh of the Ḥanafī legal school. You can view the fatwa below.
National Zakat Foundation (NZF) is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. We want everyone who engages with us to feel confident and comfortable with how personal information will be looked after and used. We are committed to being completely transparent about what information of yours we collect and what we do with it.
This Cookies Policy explains what cookies are, how we use them and what benefits they bring. The cookies we use are completely safe and secure. They cannot look into your computer, smartphone or web-enabled device and obtain information about you or your family or read any material kept on your hard drive.
This promise outlines the commitment made to donors and the public by fundraising organisations which register with the Fundraising Regulator. Those who register with the regulator agree to ensure their fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful.
In the event that you feel that we are not meeting the standards set by our fundraising promise, we are happy to acknowledge the mistakes that we have made, sincerely apologise for them, deal with the situation as quickly as possible and put measures in place to stop them happening again.
NZF is committed to safeguarding everyone involved in our charity and the work we do. We believe that everyone has an equal right to protection from harm, exploitation and abuse, especially those experiencing circumstances where they may be less able to protect themselves.