Now you can support a child’s education, develop skills for women, rehabilitate the incapacitated or help an artisan to continue their crafts. All you need to do is to open a Saadiq Sadaqah account and select your choice of charity. Money didn’t make this such good sense before.

Account Feature

Saadiq Sadaqah Account holders is entitled to all features of a generic Saadiq Savings account.

  • “Saadiq Sadaqah Account” is a mudaraba based savings account
  • Profit (donation) will be transferred to your selected charity after applicable tax deduction every month
  • Based on your account balance you will enjoy Priority and Premium Client facilities
  • Minimum balance requirement to open the account is BDT 50,000
  • Minimum BDT 50,000 monthly average balance is required to earn profit in this account
  • All other facility like cheque book, debit card and i-Banking etc. will be offered

Charity Organizations

Name of the Charity Area of Focus
JAAGO Foundation JAAGO Foundation is non-profit organization whose main aim is to provide quality education to underprivileged children. They work to ensure education of more than 3000 students all over Bangladesh. The organization was legally registered in 2008. To find further information please visit this
UCEP (Underprivileged Children's Educational Programs) Bangladesh UCEP Bangladesh is well- known NGO that has been working for Bangladesh since 1972 to provide skill development training to beneficiaries for the social welfare of our society with a special focus on female, youth and underprivileged. To know more please visit:
Friendship Friendship is a non -profit organization that works on Climate Risk Adaption to improve livelihoods of people in disaster prone areas. Some of their initiatives include – mangrove reforestation, installing green energy, disaster preparedness amongst communities in char areas. To know more please visit:
CRP Bangladesh: CRP-Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed CRP works for Rehabilitation & Support to the disabled (healthcare). To know more, please visit

Fees & Charges

For information on Fees & Charges, please visit Schedule of Charges section of Islamic Banking :Schedule of Charges



Bangladeshi citizen.

Age requirement

Minimum 18 years old
Below 18 Account will be opened with legal guardian as an authorized signatory; it will be treated as a Minor account.

Mandatory documents for all
  • Copy of valid Photo ID for Applicant & Nominee (such as Passport / National ID / Driving License etc)
  • Photograph of the applicant duly attested by the introducer
  • Photograph of the nominee duly attested by the applicant
  • Copy of e-TIN Certificate
  • Resident address verification document (eg. Utility Bill,b) Income Tax Assessment Notice - latest tax year, etc.)
  • Supporting Documents for Occupation & Source of Income

    Pay Slip/ Appointment letter/ Employment contract/ Salary Certificate/ Bank Statement reflecting salary/Tax Return Acknowledgment Receipt

    Trade License, Partnership deed or Certificate of Incorporation or Memorandum of Association or Executive order establishing the entity/Deed of Trust

    Company Bank Statement (at least one month for Proprietorship concerns, Partnership/PVT limited/Public limited business or Companies Audited Financial report/Annual returns/Tax Return Acknowledgment Receipt or Business/Trade agreements/ documents etc

    * Please note that the Bank may ask for supporting documents if there is any additional need

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