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Maal (Finance) Department


"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)

KK/Children Eid Gift Fund & Term 2 Income Report Reminders

This is to humbly remind that the Finance Income Reports -Term are due by May 31st, 2021. 

Let us pray and strive for 100% participation / payments from all Lajna and Nasirat members this year, insha'Allah.

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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."

Membership can give online Jama'at Chanda at

Frequently Asked Questions

National Reimbursement Policy

Fiscal Year? 

Dues to collect?

  •  Lajna and Nasirat Membership and Ijtema

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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