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Title: Intention To Donate Cash Waqf Repeatedly: A Preliminary Descriptive Analysis
Authors: Johari, Fuadah
Mohd Orip, Nor Masitah
Kefeli @ Zulkefli, Zurina
Ab. Aziz, Muhammad Ridhwan
Abu Hussin, Fauzi
Ibrahim, Patmawati
Abd Wahab, Kalsom
Ahmad, Nursilah
Haji Alias, Mohammad
Abdul Shukor, Syadiyah
Abdul Rahman, Asma
Keywords: Cash Waqf
Push and Pull Factors
Waqf Contribution
Issue Date: 29-Apr-2014
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: The awareness on cash waqf contribution and the obligation to donate is now higher among Malaysians. In fact, many Malaysians donate cash waqf repeatedly. In understanding the background of cash waqf contributors, this paper presents the socio-demographic and socioeconomic profiles of those who donate repeatedly. A survey has been distributed to 100 respondents using random sampling. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics. The findings of this article show that 51 percent respondents claim that they will donate cash waqf repeatedly. Based on the respondent’s demographic background, the prevalence of donating cash waqf repeatedly is more common among females, aged between 20 to 25 years old, single and live in urban area. Meanwhile, the socio-economic background of the respondents shows that repeated cash waqf contributors are mostly professional and management workers, degree and postgraduate degree holders, those who received formal Islamic education in university, and those who earn between RM1501-RM3000 monthly. These findings provide some insights of repeated cash waqf contributor’s profile which might be beneficial to waqf agencies in accumulating waqf contribution in Malaysia.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my/handle/123456789/9877
ISBN: 978-967-5852-25-1
Appears in Collections:Seminar Waqf Iqlimi 2014

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