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Eid ul-Adha is almost with us again. A time of celebration that presents every able-bodied Muslim with the opportunity to give Qurbani and ensure families and individuals living in poverty receive a share of a sacrificed animal.

Qurbani is the practice of sacrificing an animal for Allah (swt). Every year, during the days of Eid al-Adha (from the 10th to the 13th of Dhul Hijjah), Muslims around the world take part in this meaningful tradition to mark the completion of Hajj. This act honours the incredible faith of Ibrahim (as), who was ready to sacrifice his beloved son for Allah.

Qurbani is much more than just the act of slaughtering an animal and sharing its meat. The word ‘Qurbani’ comes from the Arabic ‘qurban’, which is has its origins in the word ‘qurb’ – meaning ‘nearness’. 

The true essence of Qurbani is to draw closer to Allah. It’s a beautiful reminder, amidst our busy lives, of our complete submission to Allah and our willingness to sacrifice for His sake, just as Prophet Ibrahim (as) did so many years ago.

As we participate in Qurbani, let's remember to keep our intentions sincere and strive to be closer to Allah through this symbolic and heartfelt sacrifice.

The Prophet (SAW) said,

"For every hair of the Qurbani, you will receive a reward from Allah (SWT)."


We’ve been carrying out Qurbani on your behalf for over 30 years. Using a network of regional suppliers, we’re able to ensure that all animals are locally sourced, are well cared for, sacrificed at the correct time – according to strict religious guidelines.

By using local suppliers, we’re keeping your money on the local economy, making sure that your donation benefits the wider communities we work in. 

How do I make my choice?

Choose the country you wish to donate to from the drop down menu on our donation picker.

Choose your animal: We offer sheep and cows for Qurbani.

Make your payment: You can make payment online above - using our donation picker, via the post or via telephone - 0207 060 4422. We have different payment options to make it convenient for you.

We perform the sacrifice: Our teams of experienced butchers perform the sacrifice according to Islamic guidelines.

Meat distribution: The meat is distributed to the needy and those unable to afford it, in the country of your choice.

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Eid gifts

Eid al-Adha is a time traditionally when older family members give gifts to express love and joy for children, and to share the happiness of the holiday with them. The gift-giving tradition is also a way to encourage children to appreciate the religious significance of Eid al-Adha and to involve them in the celebrations.

Providing Eid gifts to orphans and children from poverty stricken families gives them the opportunity to fully take part in the celebrations like any other child would during Eid al-Adha.

Let us deliver happiness and put a smile on a child's face for Eid. Donate an Eid gift for £25.

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