Donate Your Qurbani

Qurbani in middle-east

Give your Qurbani in the Middle East, where war, famine and poverty has left millions struggling to survive. 

Decades of conflict in Palestine has created the highest levels of unemployment, with millions living in refugee camps or in the rubble and remain of their destroyed homes.
Over 11 years of war in Syria has left over 11 million people devastated, and created one of the world’s largest refugee crisis. 11 million people are struggling to survive without food, water, housing or access to medical care.

In Yemen, a devastating famine is claiming lives every single day, and hundreds of thousands of babies and children are malnourished.6 years of war combined with health epidemics and Covid-19 has reduced the country to almost nothing, leaving millions fearful for the future and barely able to survive.
Your Qurbani can help tackle hunger and spread the joy of Eid to those most in need.

For many communities, your Qurbani will be the only meat they will eat all year. Don’t leave anyone behind this Eid.

middle east Qurbani 2023 is now closed

Prophetic Qurbani

This year, revive a sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) and reap unlimited rewards.

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.

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.

Split your donations across the blessed first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah and maximise the reward of these holy days.

Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: “There are no days on which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days” (Bukhari), meaning the (first) ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.

Schedule your donations daily and don't miss giving to those in need on these special days.

*Please note that once your donations are scheduled, their scheduled dates can not be changed

Give a little extra this Qurbani & multiply your reward with our Blessed Gifts

This year, 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.

With a small donation, you could give an Eid gift to an orphan; plant olive trees in Palestine to support Palestinian farmers, provide food to a family who would otherwise go hungry, or even provide clean and safe water to a displaced family in need.

Give gifts of love, hope, nourishment, livelihood, hope and life.

Blessed Gifts

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.

Your donation will provide


Share the joy this Eid by giving one orphaned or disadvantaged child a gift

Your donation will


For £50 you can plant 5 Olive Trees in Gaza, Palestine.

Your donation will provide


One month essentials which includes flour, rice, cooking oil, salt, tea, lentils, sugar, dates, chilli, powder milk and juices.

Your donation will provide


Provides clean water for 200-250 beneficiaries living in Internally Displaced Person (IDP) camps


Which animals are eligible for the Qurbani?

The animals which are eligible for Qurbani are:

Sheep and goats which are at least one year in age (for one person’s Qurbani). Cows, buffalo or camels which are at least two years in age (for seven people’s Qurbani)

What type of Qurbani meat do you Provide?

We provide fresh Qurbani meat in all countries as the animals are purchased and slaughtered locally.

How are the Qurbani beneficiaries selected?

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:

  • Families/individual living below the poverty line
  • Single-parent household
  • Households with disabled and/or elderly persons
  • Household with little or no access to the food markets
  • Household with children
  • Household with pregnant and/or nursing women

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.

How much meat is distributed to each family?

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 of meat, a family of 5-9 will get 6kg of meat and a family of more than 10 will receive 8kg.

Do you need to give all names of the people who are giving 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.

Until when I can make my Qurbani payment?

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.

When will Al Mustafa perform the Qurbani?

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 2023 will happen on Eid Al-Adha, which falls on or around the 29th of June this year, depending on the sighting of the moon.

Do you provide individual Qurbani feedback?

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.

Are the names called during the sacrifice?

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.

Can I change the dates of my Scheduled Donation in Dhul Hijjah, once set up?

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.


Qurbani is the act of sacrificing an animal – usually a goat, sheep, cow or camel) on Eid-ul-Adha, following Eid prayers. 


Many Muslims choose to donate Qurbani to a family in need. Learn more about requirements and other facts about Qurbani.


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