Sacrificing livestock has a significant value in Islam since it commemorates Prophet Ibrahim’s (A.S) sacrifice, hence why Muslims all over the world perform Qurbani on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah. We perform this act to express our dedication and commitment, just as Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) slaughtered a ram in obedience to Allah (SWT). The Qurbani sacrifice is generally performed on Eid al Adha, however, if you donate your Qurbani earlier, we will have more time to distribute it on your behalf. The sooner we get your Qurbani, the more likely we are to be able to deliver fresh meat to a hungry family in time for Eid.
The cost of living is rising around the world while a food crisis threatens the most vulnerable. Whether it’s poor families, orphans, and widows who have lost their sole earner, or victims of violence and tragedy, our team will make sure your Qurbani reaches the people who need it the most.
Most Needy Qurbani
In Pakistan, 43% of people lack sufficient food, and many are unable to support their families, while in Kashmir, food insecurity, malnutrition, and poverty are at an all-time high. Hence, your Qurbani is more crucial than ever, since it provides a lifeline to those who cannot afford even one meal.
Africa has the second-highest number of malnourished individuals, with 513.8 million people suffering from malnutrition. The meat from your Qurbani will be delivered to those in desperate need, providing nourishment for a long period of time. So Donate your share now to provide help and sustenance to families all throughout Africa.
While many of us take for granted the luxury of regular meat meals, millions of people die hungry because they cannot afford fresh meals. This Eid you can ensure that our vulnerable brothers and sisters are fed nutritiously by donating an Eid al-Adha package which consists of meat and a food pack.