Give your Qurbani to vulnerable and needy families across Asia, Africa and the Middle East, providing them with fresh, wholesome and nutritious meat. You will help tackle hunger and poverty, while also honouring the beautiful, selfless sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (as). How will you please Allah (swt)?
Give your Qurbani from as little as £20. By giving Qurbani, you will support people living in unimaginable poverty, fleeing war and facing devastating disasters. You will help provide nutritious meat to many people who have not eaten meat all year, helping to truly make this an Eid to remember. This Eid, your Qurbani will do more than provide food. You will spread joy, happiness, and hope.
“For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT)” - [Tirmidhi]
Over 11 million people are in urgent need of support, living without basic food, water or healthcare. The country has faced a number of health epidemics as well as the deadly Coronavirus pandemic, which saw thousands of people tragically lose their lives.
As people battle hunger while having fled their homes, Eid will be bleak and come and go as any other day. But your Qurbani can make the world of difference in Yemen, helping to provide nutritious meat and the joy of Eid.
Qurbani in Yemen is just £100 for a share of a cow, and £105 for a whole sheep, and will make a huge difference to those barely surviving.
How will you please Allah? Give your Qurbani in Yemen now, save lives, and spread the blessings of Eid.
To commemorate the sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (as), our Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) would offer two Qurbanis – one for himself, and one on behalf of someone from his ummah who could not afford to do it themselves.
At Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we invite you to join us and revive this beautiful sunnah, making double the impact to those in need, and reaping double the rewards.
Give two Qurbanis for just £40
The additional Qurbani will mean that more impoverished communities be able to enjoy Eid, and also that more people will reap rewards of giving Qurbani because of you, and in turn giving you even greater reward.
This Eid, share the blessings and joy of Eid with the most vulnerable around the world. Make this an Eid to remember, and give a gift that lasts.
With just £45, you can provide an orphan child with an Eid gift. Spread smiles this Eid and help ensure everyone feels the warmth, joy and celebrations of this beautiful time.
For just £50, you can give a Gift of Livelihood and Hope in Palestine – plant five olive trees, and support Palestinian farmers in earning an income and supporting their families.
For £55, give a Gift of Nourishment. A food parcel is more than a collection of food items for the kitchen. It is a gift of nourishment, providing family members with strength, courage, confidence and concentration.
For £70, give the Gift of Live in Yemen by providing 6,000 litres of clean water. The people of Yemen are experiencing the worst famine the world has witnessed in the last century.
Qurbani in India is done mainly in the areas of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar
India is one of the largest beef meat exporters in the world. The reason for cheaper beef in India is due to the abundance of beef meat, and a limited portion of the Indian population eating beef meat.
To get the best price for your Qurbani our local team orders cows in advance, buys in bulk and buys directly from the farmers, saving on third-party commission.
AMWT eligibility criteria require beneficiaries of the Qurbani project to be selected based on need. When selecting beneficiaries for the distribution, priority is given to the following:
A thorough assessment is carried out by our teams to objectively identify and prioritise those in need and to ensure we reach the most vulnerable without bias.
The quantity of meat is distributed to families based on the size of the family. Generally, a family of 1- 4 people will receive 4kg lbs of meat, a family of 5-9 will get 6kg of meat and a family of more than 10 will receive 8kg.
The animals which are eligible for Qurbani are:
Sheep and goats at least one year in age (for one person’s Qurbani). Cows, buffalo or camels at least two years in age (for seven people’s Qurbani)
No, this is not necessary as long as you have made the intention that you are giving this Qurbani on behalf of a certain person.
You can make payments right up until the middle of the third day after Eid (13th of Dhul-Hijjah) before Zohar salah. AMWT has already purchased the animals to be slaughtered.
Our Qurbani sacrifices are performed every year between the morning of Eid, the 10th Dhul Hijjah, and the sunset of the 13th day of Dhul-Hijjah in the UK.
Qurbani 2022 will happen on Eid Al-Adha, which falls on or around the 9th of July this year, depending on the sighting of the moon.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of Qurbani and the time restrictions related to it we are not able to provide each donor with individual feedback on their specific Qurbani.
We will however send you a receipt to confirm your Qurbani and a notification when all our Qurbanis have been completed.
If you have provided us with a name, our team will call the name out after the Dua at the time of the sacrifice. However, it is not necessary to give us a name as long as you have made the intention that you are giving this Qurbani on behalf of a certain person.
We provide fresh Qurbani meat in all countries as the animals are purchased and slaughtered locally.
Unfortunately, we are not able to change the donation schedule for our ‘My ten days of Dhul Hijjah’ module, once it is set up by our donor.