NZF is expanding in different countries
Following the success of National Zakat Foundation in the UK, which was launched in 2011, the NZF platform was taken to different countries. In 2016, NZF Worldwide was set up as a central body to connect the work and activities of the various local platforms.
Today, NZF Worldwide is proud to serve international agencies, like the UN, NGOs, iNGOs and philanthropists seeking to improve the social impact of their Zakat investments. More NZFs are in the pipeline.
Our 5 member countries
NZF in Australia
They have distributed $12+ million and have helped thousands of Muslims since 2013. “We are using Zakat to empower and transform lives in our local community”
NZF in Canada
“Establishing the pillar of Zakat and building a self-sufficient community”. Since the establishment of NZF in Canada, they have proven themselves and partner with numerous governmental organizations to leverage synergies.
NZF in the Netherlands
Since its inception in 2020, NZF in the Netherlands have been growing rapidly. “We are here to stay and strenghten Muslims and Islam”. Hundreds of local Muslims have been assisted since then.
NZF in Switzerland
“Our foundation strives to be a movement that inspires, motivates and connects people from all walks of life.” Since 2020, NZF in Switzerland made itself mainstream in the local landscape.
NZF in the UK
Since 2011, millions of pounds have been collected and distributed locally. NZF in the UK handles on a monthly base more than 1000+ request for assistance. “Zakat is here to help Muslims in the UK build. abetter life in a stronger community.”
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