Seasonal & Charity Projects Program

These projects are bounded to specific seasons every year to meet poor people needs.

Seasonal Projects

  • Zakat ul-Fitr

    Zakat ul-Fitr is a manifestation of solidarity and compassion between Muslims in the Blessed Ramadan. Hence, IZS plays a crucial role in mainstreaming this principle on the ground and connect with caring people and sponsors on one hand and needy and poor families on the other.

  • Ramadan Package

    IZS distributes food packages to needy and poor families during Ramadan (Food package components depend on families’ basic needs).

  • Eid Gift (Eidya)

    Generous and caring people distribute cash gifts in Eid ul-Fitr and Eid al-Adha to orphans and disadvantaged children registered at the IZS in an effort to  help them buy what they need at Eid. Cash gift (Eidya) is an additional support to poor and low-income  families in order to ease the expenses burden at Eid and to make their children feel happy like other children in the community.

  • Meat Distribution (Aqeeqah, Vow, Charity)

    Benevolent Muslims sponsor shares of meat to needy and poor people around the year.

  • Winter Clothing

    Orphans and poor family members registered at the IZS receive winter clothes from both IZS and sponsors.

  • School Bags and Uniform

    IZS spares no effort to ease poor families suffering, so it introduces school bags, stationery and uniform to poor orphans and children at  the beginning of each year.

  • Providing Iftar (dinner)

    IZS provides Iftar meals to poor fasting  families during the holy month in order to feed them, ease their suffering and awaken the principle of solidarity and compassion as Prophet Mohammed, peace and blessing be upon him, said   “Whoever provides the food for a fasting person to break his fast with, then for him is the same reward as the fasting person, without anything being diminished from the reward of the fasting person.”

  • Eid Clothing

    During Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha, IZS distributes the expenses of Eid clothes to needy families in order to make them delight and to draw a smile on their faces as an obedience to what Messenger of Allah,  peace and blessing be upon him, said “Amongst the deeds most loved by Allah are (for a person) to bring joy to his fellow believer by satiating his hunger, clothing him, relieving his distress or paying off his debt”.

  • Al-Udhiya (Sacrifice Livestock)

    During the days of Eid ul-Adha, Muslims have the opportunity to follow the tradition of Prophet Ibrahim of donating fresh meat to hundreds of poor and needy  families through the IZS Udhiya  project every year.

    Benevolent Muslims can sponsor shares of sacrificed livestock to low-income families or authorize IZS to buy ,slaughter and distribute the sacrifice according to the provisions illustrated by the Prophet (pbuh).

  • Food Packages

    IZS prepares food packages containing basic food supplies or receives them from sponsors to be distributed to the poorest families to ease their suffering around the year.

Charity Projects

  • Promote Small Productive Projects

    IZS seeks to alleviate poverty and social destitute throughout creating job opportunity to one member of a poor family by providing necessary requisites to establish a small project aiming to secure  constant source of income.

  • Alternative Safe lightening of poor families’ houses

    Throughout its humanitarian program, IZS helps in solving repetitive power cut by installing and preparing safe lightening requisites in order to improve family members daily practices in general and students studying in particular.

  • Rehabilitation of poor families House

    IZS rehabilitates houses lacking the lowest requirements of living, in an effort to ease the suffering of extremely poor families and improve their living conditions.

  • Emergency Intervention Program

    Emergency relief is one of the most important priorities of IZS. Emergency relief program acts to address the immediate needs of  those who have been affected by Israeli aggression or natural disasters (heavy rains, flash floods, fires and social calamities, etc.) to alleviate the suffering of victims by introducing necessary humanitarian support, as well as cash and in-kind aid (such as tents, blankets, mattresses, food, medicines and medical acquisitions).