Charity is an important part of Islamic culture. Wherever people gave sadaka, the number of people in need decreased. Numerous mosques, madrasas, educational and health institutions in the Islamic world were built by benevolent Muslims who knew the value and rewards of infâk. They wanted to be among those whom Allah says about in the Quran: 

“The example of those who spend their wealth in the cause of Allah is that of a grain that sprouts into seven ears, each bearing one hundred grains. And Allah multiplies ˹the reward even more˺ to whoever He wills. For Allah is All-Bountiful, All-Knowing. "(Surat Bakara, 2: 261) 
So Allah promises 700 times the reward to everyone who donates for his sake. 

Our community wants to spread this culture of charity and giving in Europe more. As part of our Infâk campaign, we have set up many training centers across Europe over the past 10 years and can support around 10 educational projects every year. 

We attach great importance to the education of young Muslims. Because only a generation that is religious, educated, hardworking and sincere can help shape and advance society. Let's not forget: with every little support we give to the Infâk campaign, we are investing in our future and that of future generations. 
Supporting Muslim educational institutions is considered Sadaka al-Jâriya, i.e. a good deed for which we are rewarded even after we die.