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Masjid Al Athar East Cobb Islamic Center All donation are tax deductible Non profit organization 503 C3 corporation 
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One time donation or make a monthly pledge Insha'Allah 

  • Masjid expenses rent and utilities 

  • New building 


"THE PARABLE of those who spend their possessions for the sake of Allah SWT is that of a grain out of which grow seven ears, in every ear a hundred grains: for Allah grants manifold increase unto whom He wills; and Allah is infinite, all-knowing.


Fulfill the charitable obligation of paying zakat and help support the various programs of the masjid and our community.



 The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his Sadaqah.

(Tirmidhi: 1925)

*BarakaAllahu Feekum wa jazakaAllahu Khair May Allah shower His blessings and Mercy upon you and you Family 

New Masjid Building Project


Allah says in the Quran

“Alms are for the poor and the needy and those employed to manage the funds, for those whose hearts have turned to truth and belief recently, for those in slavery (and for the freedom of captives) and in debt, and for Fighters for the cause of Allah and for the wayfarer ordered by Allah, and Allah is All knowing All Wise”



Masjid Al Athar is honored to handle your Sadaqah obligations. Your contributions will be distributed to community members who truly need it, in accordance with Islamic principles.


What can Sadaqah be used for and who is eligible?

  • The Poor

  • The Destitute

  • Those Collecting It

  • To Soften the Hearts

  • Freeing Individuals from Bondage

  • Those in Debt

  • In God’s Path

  • The Wayfarer


$10.00 per person by Eid


"Keep up the prayer and pay the prescribed alms. Whatever good you store up for yourselves, you will find it with God: He sees everything you do." Holy Quran 2:110


Who needs to pay Zakat-ul-Fitr? "Ibn ’Abbas (RAA) narrated,

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) enjoined Zakat-ul-fitr on the one who fasts (i.e. fasted during the month of Ramadan)

to purify him from any indecent act or speech and for the purpose of providing food for the needy. It is accepted as


Zakah for the person who pays it before the Eid prayer and it is Sadaqah (i.e. voluntary charity) for the person who pays it after the Eid prayer."​

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