Make a Bitcoin donation to HHUGS and help change lives.
At HHUGS, we are always looking for ways for people to support us with ease. That’s why we’re now accepting Bitcoin donations.
As the first Muslim charity to accept Bitcoin donation, a form of digital currency, we hope this will enable us to continue and expand our work for families around the country. By donating your bitcoin, you can support some of the most neglected families in the UK, largely comprising of vulnerable women, innocent children and the elderly.
Our bitcoin wallet address is:
Ethereum wallet address:
Bitcoin Cash wallet address:
As the first Muslim charity to accept Bitcoin, we are ahead of the curve. We hope through such an innovative currency as Bitcoin that we can open up new avenues for people to support HHUGS and reach new donors and supporters.
From our observation of future trends, it seems likely that we will receive digital currency as a donation at some point and we want to be prepared for that eventuality.
Yes HHUGS accepts zakah. You can read more about how we utilize zakah here.
If you are making a zakah donation, you will have to notify us so we can ensure that the funds are allocated to zakah eligible beneficiaries and projects. This can be done by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the amount donated.
Bitcoin works in the same way as a cash donation in that anyone can send to us without providing their details. While bitcoin donations are anonymous, we encourage donors to notify us of when they have made a donation so that we can keep a record and contact you in future, with your permission. This can be done by:
Phone: 0207 733 2104
Text/WhatsApp: 07931 833 980
You can send any amount of Bitcoin from 0.0005 +
It is absolutely safe and secure to donate to HHUGS. We apply the highest available security to our wallets.
We have reviewed our safeguards to properly monitor donations, however we receive them. Should we receive an individual anonymous donation that is considered unusually large, we will notify the Charity Commission as per our Suspicious Donations policy.
We have also reviewed our policy regarding any requests for significant refunds. Bitcoin payments are irreversible by the sender, so any refund would need to be made by request to HHUGS in writing and could be assessed at that point.