My Ten Nights 2020– Donate on Laylatul Qadr
Penny Appeal is working with My Ten Nights, to maximise your blessings and allow you to give effectively to our life-changing appeals on these sacred final days of Ramadan.
By using My Ten Nights you can ensure you don’t miss your chance to donate on Laylatul Qadr and receive its many blessings – equivalent to more than one thousand months of worship!
Click the button below to go to Penny Appeal’s My Ten Nights page.
Follow the simple instructions to automate your donations over the last ten nights, ensuring you donate to charity on Laylatul Qadr and reap the rewards of the blessed Night of Power.
How does My Ten Nights work?
It’s simple… just click the button below to get started, then follow these three steps:
1. Choose which of our amazing causes you wish to support.
2. Schedule your donations; you can choose to split evenly across the last ten days, give more on odd nights or even donate most on the 27th night.
3. Complete your transaction… easy!
Donating to Penny Appeal with My Ten Nights is the simple way to spread your donations across the last ten sacred nights of Ramadan, so that you can be confident that you’ll reap the countless blessings of the Night of Power.
What Happens When You Donate to My Ten Nights?
Donate on Laylatul Qadr and Allah (swt) will bless you richly for all the good you’ve done.
This Ramadan, your donation to Penny Appeal’s My Ten Nights will spread your Zakat out over the sacred last ten nights of the month. This ensures that you don’t miss out on Laylatul Qadr and the wonderful blessings it brings.
We’ve made it simple to give every penny of your Zakat to the people that need it most, and now you can rest assured that your charitable donations will reap the most benefits by landing on the Night of Power.
Last year, many Muslims received the blessings from Laylatul Qadr. For a single night of charity, they were bestowed with a thousand months of reward. By donating to My Ten Nights Penny Appeal, they were sure to have accomplished their good deeds on the Night of Power.
As we look forward to these nights this Ramadan, let’s look back on all the good we’ve done during last ten nights of Ramadan 2018.
Feed Our World
All your support and My Ten Nights donations over the last ten nights of Ramadan last year, allowed us to distribute hundreds of thousands of food packs in Nepal, Somalia and Djibouti!
47,022 meals for Somalia
49,098 meals for Djibouti
71,820 meals for Nepal
Each of our food packs, in Somalia and Djibouti, included essential food like rice, flour, salt, cooking oil, dates, spices and sugar. With Djibouti being the least developed and most food deficit country in the Horn of Africa, and Somalia being one of the poorest countries in the world, these food packs were a saving grace to people who would otherwise have gone hungry.
In Nepal we were able to fill our food packs with gram, chiura, rice, flour, cooking oil, sewain, powdered milk, masala and sarbat. Many villages in Nepal are filled with poor families in desperate need of good nutrition. The Baluwa village, where we distributed the food packs, is at the centre of many poor villages, so it was the perfect place to deliver our Feed Our World meals.
Thank you to everyone who helped Feed our World last year – you can donate to Feed our World via My Ten Nights again this year!
Your kind donations were put to good use last Ramadan, as they went towards building an Orphan Complex in Sohawa, Pakistan. An Orphan Complex has the capacity to hold 10 Orphan Homes, high schools for both boys and girls, a clean water supply and a beautiful mosque.
This project is a big one, but the rewards for contributing to such a massive work
of construction for the benefit of orphans are just as big. Most of the initial building phase has been
completed, thanks to our lovely donors.
You can help us finish building a beautiful Orphan Complex, which will one day become home to hundreds of orphaned children, as well as sponsoring vulnerable orphans, by donating to OrphanKind through My Ten Nights this year.
Your generous donations last Ramadan, has helped bring clean, safe water to Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar.
With cholera and waterborne diseases being a massive threat to the health of this already persecuted minority, water and sanitation support was a life-saver in the notorious Banglasdeshi refugee camp.
Your donations have greatly improved the health and hygiene of people who live in Cox’s Bazar, through access to clean drinking water and sanitary toilets and washrooms.
Our Thirst Relief team has supplies these refugee communities with 12 wash rooms, 18 tube wells, 28 toilet facilities, a water truck that provided clean drinking water for 15,000 people and a grand total of 5,000 water purification tabs.
Thirst Relief greatly reduced the risk of water-borne diseases, so your donations helped save numerous lives in Bangladesh. Fresh water gave these people a fresh start, and by donating on the Night of Power, the rewards to the donor are endless.