Directives for those who spend
Islam has stressed its believers that they should spend on themselves, their family members, relatives, etc. within the limits set by the Shariah. There should be neither miserliness nor extravagance. Money should be spent justly in moderation. From the money that is surplus, a part should be given away in the path of Almighty Allah, which will fulfill the needs of the poor and needy folk and they also lead lives of dignity.
Islam has emphasized to the rich folk that they shouldn’t act high and mighty with the poor folk and shouldn’t enumerate their favors on after giving them from their wealth.
Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran:
O believers! Do not ruin your charity donations (later) by taunts of doing favour and hurting feelings like the one who gives charity to show off his wealth to the people and believes in neither Allah nor the Last Day. His case is like a smooth rock covered with a thin coat of soil. Then heavy rain falls on it, washes it clean and leaves it (the same) bare and hard (rock). So these (pretentious people) shall get nothing out of their earning. And Allah does not guide the disbelievers. Surah Baqarah (2:264)