AKBMC works on a non-profit basis, and its revenues cover its operational expenditures in a manner that helps maintaining a high standard and quality of services. The following tributaries are the most important resources:
- Charity donations to sponsor one or more Renal Failure Patient.
- Fees paid by financially capable AKBMC beneficiaries.
- Revenues from inalienable charity trust donations (Waqf) for the benefit of AKBMC operations.
- Revenues from leasing some AKBMC spaces.
- Al Birr Charity Society in Jeddah adherence to pay any deficit that may occur in AKBMC budget.
AKBMC is considered a vivid example of community service and social and health solidarity programs among citizens. An Islamic Sharia’a Fatwa was issued by Saudi Arabia Grand Mufti under No. 27/u/147 dated 09/01/1427H, stating that it is permissible for Muslims to deducted part of their ZAKAT ALMAL to be allocated to help the needy and sick, including Renal Failure patients.