Make Your Sacrifice from just £20 & fulfil your Qurbani and provide a family with meat to celebrate Eid!
Commemorate the beautiful sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (as) and provide a family with meat across Asia, Africa and the Middle East!
This year, your sacrifice is needed more than ever. The Coronavirus pandemic has left countless people without even basic food and water. While official death tolls and infection rates are still rising, those who were already struggling from poverty and a lack of food have been affected drastically. Covid-19 has left millions around the world starving.
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]
Make this an Eid to remember with a gift that lasts
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.
The month of Dhul Hijjah is one of the holiest periods of the Islamic year. The first ten days of Dhul Hijjah are in fact decreed as the most sacred days of the year. During these days we are encouraged reach out to Allah, do good and to sacrifice what we have for His sake.
Allah (swt) Himself tells us in the Holy Qur’an:
“Say, “Indeed, my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of the worlds.” (6:162)
As we remember the struggle and dedication of Prophet Ibrahim (AS), make your sacrifice and support a family in need with more than your Qurbani. For those living in poverty, Eid will come and go as any other day. It should not be this way, and you can give a gift to make this an Eid to remember.
Spread smiles this Eid and help ensure everyone feels the warmth, joy and celebrations of this beautiful time.
A sewing machine to a woman who will turn this machine into an income-generating project. The sewing machine will allow people to not only make their own clothes, but become a tailor in their local area and establish their own business. For years to come, this machine will be a gift of livelihood.
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. We know when people do not have to worry about their next meal, they can work, go to school and build their own bright futures.
When we provide water, we provide life. With every single drop of water, we ensure people are not drinking dirty water and falling in. Clean water in people’s homes mean women and children are safe and do not need to walk for hours. Children can go to school, men and women can work and everyone will prosper. Build a hand pump for just £200 and give a gift of life.
Last year, over 734,420 people received Qurbani meat due to your generous sacrifice at the time of Eid ul Adha. . This year, we know that Qurbani is needed more than ever. You can give your Qurbani to those most in need and those in need across Asia, Africa and the Middle East from just £20!
The impact of your Qurbani goes far beyond individual families. At Al Mustafa Welfare, we source all meat locally working with our teams and volunteers on the ground. In doing so, we boost the economy and do more to support those in need. Families receive a pack of fresh meat, and the quantity reflects the size and requirements of each family. We have a thorough selection process which enables us to really understand the communities we serve and to ensure we support all families in the best way possible. We leave no one behind and make sure the most vulnerable are protected and provided for.
Fulfil your Qurbani with Al Mustafa Welfare from just £20. You can choose where to give your Qurbani from a whole host of countries across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
It is estimated that 80% of the Rohingya refugees currently in Bangladesh are women and children – some of the most vulnerable members of society. Many arrived exhausted, weak with hunger and traumatised in search of shelter and food.
Our team on the ground served cooked Qurbani meat in the refugee camp in order to rejoice, regroup, and rekindle the spirits of those living there.
Sadeeqa was excited:
“We are a very poor family. Getting this meat was a dream for us; I am so pleased with this Qurbani cooked meat that you gave to us today. My siblings are so happy; they’ve been asking me for meat all this time. May Almighty Allah bless you.”
For many of us, fresh quality meat on Eid is the norm, but for the world’s poorest communities this is considered a very rare luxury. Many families in rural communities are unable to afford a kilogram of meat for their families and it is worse yet for orphans, widows and poor families as they are already struggling to buy the everyday food and sustenance essentials required to live.
Therefore, the distribution of Halal meat on the festive day of Eid-al-Adha helps to fulfil and alleviate their suffering, thanks to your generous Qurbani donations.
Salih greatly appreciates the gift of Qurbani to keep her strength up. She said;
“We will eat this meat for two days. We haven’t eaten meat for a few months because we don’t have enough money to buy it as it is very expensive. Thank you so much.”
Somalia is in the midst of an extreme drought that is putting more than two million lives at risk through starvation and dehydration. A lack of access to nutritious food leaves people weak, causes illness and can ultimately lead to death.
AMWT is keen to ensure that we help make Eid ul-Adha extra special for those living in food poverty, weak from hunger. By making it possible to supply your Qurbani to vulnerable families living in poverty, you are helping those most in need to receive meat, a rare luxury, allowing them to enjoy the festive season, too.
“My family is struggling for simple food, every day we are not sure from where to get it. Thanks to AMWT and their generous donors for giving us this luxury; my children will enjoy meat after a year without. We have already forgotten the taste of it”.
The Syrian war is currently the second deadliest of the 21st century and is causing widespread and severe human rights violations and massacres of innocent civilians. As a result, the conflict has caused a major refugee crisis; support to the people of Syria is literally a matter of life or death.
AMWT aims to alleviate some of the suffering felt by the families and children living in Syrian refugee camps by distributing cooked meat to them, so they can celebrate Eid Al-Adha and have the same feelings of happiness as the whole Muslim world during these blessed days.
Asiya added in a joyous voice,
Eating Qurbani meat is amazing! You made us smile. We had [a] really amazing time during the festival. Thank you from the bottom of my heart”.