Helping those in need is considered an even better thing during the holy month than at any other time. Every good deed during the holy month of Ramadan is rewarded in religious terms far more than usual. Help is provided by individuals as well as companies and government organizations.
One of the most important grounds of Islam is Zakat — the mandatory percentage of savings that is given to the needs of the poorer. In addition, if possible, a person can donate to charity more than required, this part is called Sadaqah.
So that even the poorest members of the community can celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which comes after Ramadan, smaller-scale obligation Zakat al-Fitr is also gathered. Its size is not too large and is about AED 25. Zakat al-Fitr is a duty of every Muslim which must necessarily be paid before the end of Ramadan. The purpose of Zakat al-Fitr is that the whole community should jointly celebrate and become more united, but no less important is the fact that sins committed during the holy month can be redeemed by good deeds.
O Allah, on this day, do not let me abase myself by incurring Your disobedience, and do not strike me with the whip of Your punishment, keep me away from the causes of Your anger, by Your kindness and Your power, O the ultimate wish of those who desire.