Al Mustafa Trust has been carrying out extensive Qurbani projects for the past 14 years on behalf of thousands of Muslims around the world. We take every possible measure to perform your ‘wajib’ according to Sunnah.
What is Qurbani?
Qurbani is the annual sacrificing of livestock in a tradition that honours Prophet Ibrahim (Alaihis Salam). Celebrated by Muslims worldwide, Qurbani is an opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves through the gift of food.
Animal sacrifice takes place on the tenth, eleventh and twelfth days of Dhul-Hiijah and our international teams ensure this is the case wherever in the world they may be. Allah (SWT) has promised reward for every hair and every wool strand of the animal sacrificed, and we can increase this reward by sharing it with the less fortunate! With many communities still reeling from the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic, now is the time to sacrifice, and help the needy eat well.
The livestock we use is locally sourced, healthy and well cared for. After Qurbani has been performed, the meat is then divided into three portions to feed family, neighbour and the poor.
Our Qurbani project enables you to donate your Qurbani to communities in need around the world from as little as £25. You can also donate an Eid gift for a needy child or help a family during these difficult times using our Eid-al-Adha package which includes a Qurbani share, an eid gift and a family food pack.