Qurbani Appeal

Qurbani from just £25

“For every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah, and for every strand of its wool you will receive a reward.” - At Tirmidhi

Follow in the footsteps of the Prophets this Hajj season and donate your Qurbani to the most vulnerable.

Qurbani is an excellent opportunity to share our blessings and uphold the traditions of the Hajj season. By sacrificing, we can earn additional rewards and bring happiness to those who are in need during Eid.

With conflicts, floods, and natural disasters, millions of people are now facing extreme hardships. Families are going to bed hungry and feeling desperate. Your Qurbani donation is now more crucial than ever.

Help provide families with a nutritious meal.

Donate your Qurbani to those most in need.

Spread kindness with your Qurbani

Qurbani is more than just offering our sacrifice as a compulsory ritual; it is an opportunity for us to reflect on and try to embody the teachings of this sacrifice. It reminds us to hold onto the Sunnah of our Prophets and to remember that it is an act of worship that we give with sincere intentions, hoping not only to gain Allah's rewards but also to draw closer to Him.

Qurbani teaches us patience, and when we place our trust in Allah, He will not forsake us. Through this offering, we unite as an ummah to help those in need and spread kindness, which our world needs now more than ever.

Give your Qurbani today and share the joy of Eid with those who are most in need.

Donate Your Qurbani

£85
Qurbani - Yemen

Donate your Qurbani to Yemen. Families are currently facing severe hunger crisis and malnutrition.

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£190
Qurbani - Palestine

Donate your Qurbani to help families in Gaza stay alive.

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£50
Qurbani - East Africa

Donate you Qurbani to East Africa and help provide a nourishing meal to a family.

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£40
Clean Water

Will provide two families with clean water for their daily needs for a whole month.

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Fulfil Your Obligation

£70
Qurbani - Pakistan

Fulfil your obligation and provide a nutritious meal to families in Pakistan.

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£25
Qurbani - India

Donate your Qurbani in India and help families facing poverty.

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£20
Eid Gifts

Share the joy of Eid with families in need. Make it special day for a child in Yemen.

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Make the most of the blessed 10 days of Dhul Hijjah

£90
Yemen Malnutrition Appeal

Yemen is currently experiencing some of the highest malnutrition rates ever recorded.

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£25
Orphan Appeal

A simple £25 per month orphan sponsorship can provide food, clothes, medical care, clean water, and shelter

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Pay Your Zakat

Maximise your rewards on the blessed 10 days of Dhul Hijjah

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The story behind the sacrifice

Qurbani is derived from the Arabic word 'Qurban,' which means an act performed to seek God's pleasure. It is also known as Udh-hiya, which is an Arabic word meaning 'blood sacrifice'.

Every year, during the month of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims worldwide offer Qurbani by sacrificing an animal. This is not only a celebration but also an act of worship, following in the footsteps of Ibrahim (AS). Thousands of years ago, Ibrahim (AS) received a dream from Allah (SWT) ordering him to sacrifice his one and only son, Ismail. He accepted Allah's command and conveyed it to Ismail. Ismail (AS), without hesitation, accepted Allah's will. This incident demonstrated the courage, obedience, and love for Allah (SWT).

As Ibrahim was about to slaughter his only son, Allah (SWT) sent him a lamb and ordered him to spare his son and sacrifice the lamb instead. Allah (SWT) was testing Ibrahim's obedience and faith with this command. Ibrahim (AS) passed the test with unwavering obedience, patience, perseverance, and a true demonstration of faith. He was willing to sacrifice his only child to please the Almighty Allah (SWT).

Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) taught us the significance of sacrifice and obedience when he personally offered Qurbani during the month of Dhul Hijjah. This act of worship follows the example set by Ibrahim (AS).

Today, giving your Qurbani is an opportunity to honour the sacrifices made by our beloved Prophets and provide families with a nutritious meal on Eid day.

Give your Qurbani today.