Contact Details: Finance Department, MKA USA, 15000 Good Hope Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20905, [email protected]


Instructions

  • This portal allows you to make donations to the Majis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya USA (MKA USA), a subsidiary of Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, Inc.

  • Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, Inc is registered in the USA as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is eligible for tax deduction but talk to your accountant about your own particular tax situation. Internal Revenue Code 170. EIN: 52-6054158.

  • You will receive an instant email from Paypal when your payment has been successfully processed. This simply confirms your payment was processed and is not your Official Donation Receipt.

  • Your Official Donation Receipt, which confirms the validity of your Member Code and the donation breakdown, shall be emailed to you within 1 week.

Refund Policy:

  • At MKA USA, we work hard to ensure you have a trouble-free journey when making a donation and we want to make it as smooth as possible. However, we realize that sometimes errors can happen.

  • In most cases, we may not be able to issue a refund and are not required by law to do it. Your donation comes without any precondition and is to used at the discretion of board of directors of Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya. This process involves annual budgeting at the Shura conference as well as proper accounting and audits throughout the year.

  • However, there may be an occasion when you need to speak to us to discuss your donation. If there is an obvious error, we will work with you to resolve the situation. Please email us at [email protected].

1. Your Details

Info The USA Address provided below must match the address to which the payment card is registered.

2. Donation Breakdown

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MKA USA does not receive or store your financial information as it is processed by PayPal.

Financial Sacrifice

Whenever God showers a people or a community with His favour and His grace, he invariably requires some sacrifice from them. In other words, sacrifice is essential if one wants to gain the nearness of Allah and His pleasure. What is this sacrifice? It varies depending on the circumstances of every age. At the time of the Holy Prophet (sa), for instance, financial sacrifice did exist, but sacrificing one’s life was more important because Muslims were undergoing continuous atrocities at the hands of the disbelievers, and were forced into the battlefield. But in his tiding of "He will do away with war", the Holy Prophet (sa) foretold that it would not be necessary to sacrifice one’s life at the time of the Promised Messiah (as). The Promised Messiah’s (as) duty would be to start a Jihad with the pen, for which financial sacrifice would be necessary. The Promised Messiah (as) said:

"What a blessed time this is! No one is asked to lay down his life. This is not the time for offering the ultimate sacrifice; rather it is the time to spend out of one’s possessions, according to one’s means."