People love to see what they sow today grow in the future in front of their eyes. They feel more happier on the day of harvest. This fully applies to the case of Waqf, for the fact that what donors spend in charity do grow thanks to the secure investment which is run by Islamic Relief Worldwide. The proceeds are harvested annually and utilized to help the people in need around the globe including orphans, widows, the bereaved, the elderly and people alike. On the other hand, donors scatter the seeds of Waqf to reap its reward in the Hereafter, when they meet Allah (SWT) whilst in dire need for every good deed. That's when they live the real happiness for their ongoing charity which they planted one day in this world, becoming a big tree, whose roots are firmly fixed, and its branches are high in the sky yielding its fruit in every season by the permission of its Lord. Donors will reap the reward as long as it keeps benefiting others.
As much as the needy becomes more in need for charity in the holy month of Ramadan, Allah grants more reward to donors and redoubles their good deeds. Allah (SWT) says: "The parable of those who spend their monies in the cause of Allah is that of a grain that produces seven spikes, with a hundred grains in each spike. Allah multiplies this manifold for whomever He wills. Allah is Bounteous, Knower". This, in fact, makes the good seeds in Ramadan more useful in life, and grants more weight in the deeds balance in the Hereafter.