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"Surely, only those who follow the Book of Allah and observe Prayer and spend out of what We have provided for them, secretly and openly, hope for a bargain which will never fail." (35:30)


 Lajna Ima’illah is an Auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Organization for women. According to the Constitution, membership is compulsory. Dues are collected by the Local Lajna Majalis and have been fixed. The collection of Lajna and Ijtema dues makes it possible for Lajna Ima’illah - USA (Local, Regional and National) to carry out the daily operations of the organization. It is with these blessed resources that we support Special Projects that our beloved Huzuraba may wish for us to work on during the year.

What's New In Maal (Finance)

Reminder - Budget - FY_2019 - 2020 & FY_2020 - 2021- Local Majaalis

To: Local Sadrs and finance secretaries

CC: to the Regional Sadrs

Bismilla hirRahman nirRaheem

Dear Sisters, 

As-Salaamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakaatohu. 

I pray by the Grace of Allah that everyone is doing well.  This is a reminder from the Budget Secretary to let you know that the following items below are due by October 31, 2020:                                                                                                   

1. The Income and Expense Report 2019 to 2020 (the dates of October 1, 2019 thru September 30, 2020). This report was submitted last year with your projected Budget and now the Actual Income and Expense columns should be updated with what was received and spent from last year up to this year.

2. The Bank Reconciliation Report for 2019 – 2020

3. The Projected Income & Expense Budget Report for 2020 – 2021. This is your projected budget for 2021.

4. The Earning Members Annual Pledge form. Please make sure to have all names, member codes, and amounts correct on the form otherwise it will also be considered incomplete. 

5. The Bank Statement with the ending balance date of September 30, 2020. Please mail this only to the address below.

This year we are requesting to please fill out all your budget reports indicated above and bank reconciliation, online (make sure the budget has been shared and approved by local Amila), the link will be shared soon, insha'Allah.  Please mail the bank statement ONLY to the address below.

In an effort to make this process as easy as possible, attached to this message are some visual examples of how to fill out the reports that you will need to submit. 

Aisha Sharif

4808 Lone Tree Court

Charlotte, NC 28269

If the reports are not completed by October 31st, then they will be considered late. If the bank statement is not received by the deadline it will be considered late.  Please send all questions or concerns to: Please also refrain from using express shipping or certified mail. You can send an email once you have mailed the bank statement instead so it will be considered on time, insha'Allah. 

Jazakallah & Wassalam,


Aisha Sharif

Naib Maal II - Lajna Ima'llah USA

Humbly requesting your prayers,


Najmi S. Azam
Finance Secretary - Lajna Ima'Illah USA

Hadhrat Masih Maud (Alais Salaam) states "I don't expect that anyone who spends his wealth in these times of need, will see any reduction in his wealth in any way, because of this expense. Hence one should participate with complete sincerity, enthusiasm, and effort, having trust in Allah Ta'ala that this is the time of service. Thereafter will come a time, where spending even a mountain of gold won't be equal to spending a single rupee in today's time."

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Zakat (Obligatory Alms with prescribed rate)

The concept of Zakat was not totally new to Islam; similar alms giving had been enjoined upon the Israelites and the Christians as well. In Islam, the Zakat takes the form of a prescribed contribution based on a person's wealth and income. The rate of contribution varies with the kind of property owned but, on an average, works out to two and one half percent of the total value.
The proceeds of Zakat are supposed to be devoted towards:

Relieving poverty and distress Helping those in debt
Providing comfort and convenience for travelers Providing stipends for scholarships
Providing ransom for prisoners of war   Propagation of Islam. 
Meeting the expenses for the collection of Zakat Other things beneficial for the society 

 [Philosophy of Zakat] a Speech delivered by Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad, former Chief Missionary East Africa, at the 1975 UK Annual Gathering