Qurbani is a significant act of worship in Islam on Eid. Muslims sacrifice animals, typically a goat, sheep, cow, or camel, as an act of obedience and gratitude to Allah (SWT). This act of Qurbani was passed down to us by our beloved Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as), reflecting on their ultimate love and devotion to Allah (SWT).

The convenience of online platforms like Al Mustafa Welfare Trust makes Qurbani more accessible than ever. Today, many Muslims in the UK and globally choose to fulfill their Qurbani obligation this way.

Benefits of Qurbani Online

Hassle-Free and Accessible: Avoid crowded markets and ensure ethical practices. Our online platform lets you choose pre-selected animals and ensures proper slaughter and distribution worldwide. This is especially helpful for Muslims in regions without Qurbani facilities.

Your Choice, Global Impact: Designate the country for your Qurbani meat distribution, directing your sacrifice to a region close to your heart or greatest need.

Simple and Efficient:  Our streamlined process allows for quick and easy online donations, fulfilling your Qurbani obligation in minutes.

How can I do online Qurbani?

Giving Qurbani online is easy with Al Mustafa Welfare Trust. We take your donations online and process them immediately to ensure vulnerable families receive healthy, nutritious meat across the days of Eid-ul-Adha. We accept all debit and credit cards, bank transfers, and cheques made payable to us. Details can be found here.

Donate Qurbani 2024

We want to help you fulfill this beautiful duty, as we know the importance of the sacrifice of our forefathers and the deeper significance of Qurbani.

How much is Qurbani online in the UK?

With Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, Qurbani is much cheaper and affordable. You can donate Qurbani in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. You have several countries to choose among these continents and you can select the cheapest qurbani prices from our options here.

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At Eid al-Adha 2024, Al Mustafa Welfare Trust is committed to ensuring nutritious meat reaches families in greatest need around the world. Each Qurbani donation provides a family with enough sustenance to celebrate the joyful days of Eid al-Adha 2024.

How much is Qurbani per family?

Qurbani should be paid for by all Muslim adults, who are sane and eligible to pay Zakat. This means Qurbani is an individual responsibility. With Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, you can donate Qurbani (to be announced soon )per person. This means, that if there are four adults in your family, the total Qurbani requirement for the family would be (to be announced).

Is Qurbani farz (obligatory) or sunnah?

Once our beloved Prophet (SAW) was asked, what is Qurbani? The Prophet (saw) answered: ‘It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (as). For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT).' [Tirmidhi]

Qurbani is considered a sunnah, which means those who perform it are rewarded, while it is not a sin for those who do not. Many scholars believe that it is wajib upon all those eligible to give Zakat (that own wealth above the value of the nisab).

Can we give money instead of Qurbani?

To fulfill the sunnah of our beloved forefather, Ibrahim (as), an animal must be sacrificed.

Qurbani is a religious sacrifice of an animal, following in the footsteps of our beloved Prophet Ibrahim (as) and his ultimate devotion to Allah (SWT). The Qurbani is made after the Eid ul Adha prayers, across the three days of Eid.

Money given cannot equate to the act of Qurbani itself, which includes the sacrifice of an animal and the distribution of meat among the vulnerable.

This command comes from the selfless sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (as).

It is reported in The Holy Quran that Prophet Ibrahim (as) had a vivid dream where he was being commanded to sacrifice his son, Ismail (as) for the sake of Allah (SWT). Prophet Ibrahim (as) was deeply shaken and upset by this vivid dream, which he believed to be a command from Allah. Ismail (as) was extremely precious to Prophet Ibrahim (as). When he shared this vision with his son, Ismail (as) said: "O my father! Do as you are commanded: you will find me, if Allah so wills, one practicing patience and constancy."

When Prophet Ibrahim (as) carried out the commandment, Allah (SWT) replaced Ismail (as) with a ram.

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