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“And establish prayer and give zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah. Indeed, Allah of what you do, is Seeing.”

Al-Baqarah, verse 110

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Where can you pay Zakat/Fidyah?

1. Tap on 'Scan & Pay' function.
2. Scan QR Code (shown on this page).
3. Verify that 'The Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore' is the Entity Name.
4. Enter your mobile number i.e. 8123 4567 in the 'Reference/Billing Number' field.
5. Fill in the amount for payment.
6. Complete the transaction.
7. Screenshot the transaction.
8. After making payment, fill in our form at the button below.

Scan the QR code above from your bank ‘scan & pay’ function. Screenshot and submit it in the form above.

1. Make bank transfer through the details below.
2. Screenshot proof of payment & fill in the form.

Recipient’s Name:The Muslim
Converts’ Association of Singapore
Bank: CIMB Current Account
Account No.: 2000411305

Click the button below to make
the payment through eNets/PayPal.

Click on the button above to make payment via Paypal / eNets.

1. Cheque must be crossed and made payable to:
The Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore
2. At the back of the cheque, please indicate your:
Name, NRIC number, Contact Number, Type of Zakat
3. Send your cheque to: 32 Onan Road,
The Galaxy, Singapore 424484

Click on the button above to fill in the form if you are submitting a Crossed Cheque to MCAS.

Click the button below to redirect to Give.Asia website.

Give.Asia is a free fundraising platform for MCAS to raise money for our causes (converts development).

Book your appointment slot below.

Appointment slots are subject to availability. You will receive a confirmation email upon successful booking.

Exclusive Walk-in Token of Appreciation

Walk-in to Our zakat Counter

Muslim Converts’ Association of Singapore
32 Onan Road, The Galaxy, Singapore 424484
Ramadhan Zakat Counter Opening Hours:
9.30am – 8.30pm (daily)
Including Public Holidays.

Exclusive tokens of appreciation await you for every payment of zakat on wealth (zakat harta) at MCAS! (Only for walk-ins)

Why do we contribute Zakat?

Islam has made kindness, through Zakat, binding upon all those who embrace the faith. As one of the pillars of Islam, Zakat is a system to redistribute the wealth of the Muslims, thus increasing the flow of cash in the economy with a particular interest in the poor and the dispossessed Muslims. Zakat is one way to show our gratitude to God, in return for the many bounties we have been blessed with. Zakat is a positive instrument in our life that shapes our soul towards feeling a deeper concern for our fellow men.

The literal meaning of the Arabic word Zakat means grow (in goodness) or purifying. The act of giving Zakat is purifying one’s wealth to gain God’s blessings for the wealth to grow in goodness.

With the vision of the best community, Zakat is the major economic means that brings the Muslim society towards prosperity, security, and social justice.

4 conditions for

Obligatory Zakat

How do we calculate Zakat?

Let’s use an example for zakat on savings (money that is kept in all types of savings accounts including fixed deposit and current account).

Any of the following methods (on the right) may be used to calculate the quantum of zakat payable.

Who can receive Zakat?

8 Asnafs

Annual Zakat Disbursement
Annually, we organise an event where we disburse Zakat money to Fakir & Miskin within the community, especially converts. In addition, we also give out financial aid monthly.
Project Ansar
Project Ansar is a new initiative by the Converts’ Care and Social Services Division to guide and support prospective Muslims or the new Muslims in their journey as a Muslim.
MCAS Free Classes
Classes for non-Muslim, converts or born Muslim to refresh/deepen their knowledge such as Let's Pray, Knowing Islam Session and Beginners' Course in Islam are conducted for free weekly.
Public Talks / In-House Talks
Talks conducted by MCAS to introduce or discuss on contemporary Islamic topics are conducted for the public to learn Islam.
Yearly, we support Muslim students in their studies by giving out bursary. Any field of study are accepted. Priority given to converts.

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Fast a prescribed number of days. But whoever of you is ill or on a journey, then let them fast an equal number of days after Ramaḍân. For those who can only fast with extreme difficulty, compensation can be made by feeding a needy person for every day not fasted. But whoever volunteers to give more, it is better for them. And to fast is better for you, if only you knew.

Al-Baqarah, verse 184

What is Fidyah?

When a person is unable to fast out of necessity in Ramadhan, and is unable to make up for that fast, a fidyah (redemption fee) payment is required from that person.

Allah mentions in Surah Al-Baqarah verse 184:
“For those who can only fast with extreme difficulty, compensation (fidyah) can be made by feeding a needy person for every day not fasted.”

Abdullah in Abbas mentioned,
“This Verse is meant for old men and old women who have no strength to fast, so they should feed one poor person for each day of fasting (instead of fasting).

How much is it?

The rate of Fidyah is equal to 1 mud or equivalent to 750g of rice for every day that is not fasted. In Singapore, that payment is usually made in the cash equivalent, with the rate being set by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapore (MUIS).

Time of Payment

Fidyah is to be paid latest by the next Ramadan (fasting month).

Who should pay Fidyah?

Pregnant or Nursing Women

Those who did not fast due to fear that fasting may be detrimental to the baby’s/ their own health.

Missed Fasts

Someone who had not made up for the previous year’s fast when the following Ramadan had come around again. This includes fasts that were missed due to sickness or menstruation period or post-natal bleeding.

Terminal Illness

Those who are unable to fast due to medical conditions from which there is little hope of recovery.


The elderly who is too weak to fast and is no longer capable of fasting.

Deceased's Family Member

To be made for those who were not able to make up for their fast when they were alive.

Ramadhan Mubarak!

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