A new Islamic-based platform called Labayk is hosting a competition

A new Islamic-based social media platform called Labayk is hosting a competition on their platform where users can earn a chance to win USD 1,000 for themselves as well as USD 1,000 to a charity of their choice. All users need to do is simply post engaging, interesting and inspiring content on the platform.

Labayk, meaning ‘at your service’, is a new social media platform, helping people to make better connections and providing a safer, more fulfilling online experience. Labayk is driven by building communities, not shareholder profits.

The competition being hosted by Labayk will run between the 1st of March to the 15th of April; just in time for the Holy Month of Ramadan to begin. Charity is without a doubt more special during Ramadan as rewards are multiplied without measure; hence, spending in the way of Allah (SWT) is a greatly recommended act during this blessed month – And one that Muslims should not miss out on. Helping the poor and needy during this holy month further promotes Islam’s perspective on the sanctity of life, with the Qur’an stating “whosoever saves a life, it is as if he had saved the whole of mankind” (Qur’an 5:32). The Holy Month of Ramadan has inspired Labayk to host this competition to help those in need, which is one of the core values of the platform.

So, how do you win? Sign up to Labayk.com for free and simply post engaging and interesting content, whether it be photos, videos, stories, poems or demonstrate a strong sense of community on the platform through content to have a chance to win.

Sign up now at Labayk.com for a chance to win USD 1,000 for yourself and USD 1,000 to the charity of your choice!

Editors Notes

Please visit labayk.com for full Terms and Conditions of the Competition

Labayk website: https://www.labayk.com/
Labayk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labaykapp/
Labayk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LabaykApp/

For questions or interviews please contact:
Alicia Van Der Meer

Categories: America, Americas, Arab World, Asia, Europe, Islam

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