Power of Laylatul Qadr

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan and support us as we continue to strive to serve Muslim communities across the UK

A night nestled within the final ten nights of Ramadan, it transpires on an odd night on which worship brings more reward than a thousand months of worship.

Automate your donations during the sacred 10 nights of Ramadan and make the most of these blessed nights.

Step 1

Select your Project

Choose from our 5 projects: Zakat, Where Most Needed, Sadaqah, Centre for Media Monitoring and Women in Mosques Development Programme.

Step 2

Split your donations

You can split your donations equally, more on the odd nights or same throughout the 10 sacred nights - the choice is yours

Step 3

Maximise your rewards

Alhamdulillah, your donations are now scheduled so you never miss giving on Laylatul Qadr

30th Night

A'ishah (May Allah be pleased with her) reported:
“The Prophet (ﷺ) kept standing (in prayer) so long that the skin of his feet would crack. I asked him: “Why do you do this, while you have been forgiven of your former and latter sins?” He said, “Should I not be a grateful servant of Allah?”
Al-Bukhari & Muslim

Where Will My Money Go?

Your donations will go towards empowering the British Muslim communities across the UK. MCB is the UK’s largest and most diverse national Muslim umbrella body, empowering Muslim communities to achieve a just, cohesive and successful British society.


Fulfil the potential of your Zakat with Muslim Council of Britain.

Centre for Media Monitoring (CfMM) is a Zakatable Project - Your zakat has the power to help CfMM promote fair, accurate and responsible reporting of Muslims and Islam through constructive engagement with the media, regulators and politicians whilst also supporting CfMM to train and empower grassroots British Muslim communities to hold the media to account and help change the narrative.

Visit My Mosque (VMM) is a Zakatable Project - Your Zakat has the power to transform Mosques – promote the beauty of Islam by encouraging 250+ mosques across the UK to hold open days to welcome their neighbours from all faiths and none and build bridges across communities.

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan by donating your Zakat to the Muslim Council of Britain


Your act of kindness could help us deliver support and develop mosques through capacity building initiatives like Our Mosques Our Future, bring communities together through national campaigns like Visit My Mosque, tackle Islamophobia in the media through our dedicated Centre for Media Monitoring and run transformative projects like the Women in Mosques Development Programme, that cultivates the women mosque leaders of tomorrow, and Proudly Muslim and Black, which celebrates Black Muslim communities and addresses the anti-Black racism within our midst..

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan by supporting Muslim communities across the UK and investing in your Akhirah by giving small amount of Sadaqah

Where Most Needed

By donating to the Where Most Needed fund, you can be sure that your funds will be used to provide the best possible support to those projects most in need so that we can continue to create better Mosques, tackle islamophobia and build bridges across communities.

With affiliates across the UK, we work closely with Mosques and educational / professional networks to provide support, guidance and development to create a better society.

Where Most Needed appeal is simple and effective; we tackle issues and make an impact where needed the most.

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan by donating to Where Most Needed - from mosque development, to holding the media accountable for unfair reporting to building bridges with communities, we represent the British Muslim society to counter negative narrative about British Muslims.

Centre for Media Monitoring

Tackling Islamophobia in the media by:

1. Creating an evidence base of how Islam & Muslims are reported in the national print and broadcast media.

2. Developing insights on problematic areas of reporting and make recommendations through evidence-based reports, guidelines, submissions and training

3. Advocating change through constructive engagement with the media, regulators, politicians and other key stakeholders

4. Empowering communities and building capacity to proactively engage with the media to change the narrative

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan by helping us tackle Islamophobia in the media and work for fair, unbiased and accurate reporting on Islam and Muslims.

Women in Mosques Development Programme

An annual leadership development programme that aims to develop upcoming female leaders in British Muslim communities to become the mosque trustees, committee members, volunteers and centre managers of the future. With many Muslim women in the UK excelling in other voluntary associations or third-sector organisations, this programme seeks to encourage this talent to contribute to the UK mosque sector too.

Make a difference with the MCB this Ramadan by helping us provide tailored training and support to the Muslim women leaders of tomorrow, improve women’s access to our Mosques.