“For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT).”
As we enter the blessed month of Dhul HIjjah, Muslims around the world are preparing to perform their Qurbani, or Udhiya. Last year, over 22,000 people fulfilled their Qurbani with Human Appeal, providing nutritious meat to one million people in 20 countries!
With Human Appeal, 100 percent of your donation is spent on Qurbani, safeguarding your Islamic obligation and ensuring your donation reaches those who need it the most.
From as little as £25, this Eid ul Adha you can fulfil your Qurbani in any of the thirteen countries that Human Appeal has chosen as most in need. One Qurbani donation will provide two kilos of high quality meat to an average of four vulnerable families, many of whom only have the luxury of eating meat only once a year.
Human Appeal works year-round in 25 countries, responding to emergencies, building livelihoods, and providing food, education and healthcare. So when Eid ul Adha comes around, you can count on us to deliver your Qurbani donation to those most in need, even when they live in hard-to-reach villages or conflict zones.
We have been distributing Qurbani to vulnerable people for over 27 years, ensuring that this is carried out in accordance with Islamic principles, and the highest standards of hygiene and quality.
Continue the Legacy of the Prophet Ibrahim
Each year, we remember the submission of Ibrahim (as), and offer a sheep or cow as a sacrifice and symbol of our devotion to Allah. Your Qurbani will allow hungry and desperate families to eat well on Eid ul-Adha and in the months to come. Ibrahim (as) struggled so we would find ease. You can follow in these prophetic footsteps and remember Allah’s favour upon you.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: ‘There is no deed that is better in the sight of Allah or more greatly rewarded than a good deed done in the (first) ten days of Al-Adha’. (Bukhari)
Mohammad lives in Thatta in the Sindh province of Pakistan with his wife, son and brother. “My wife has mental health issues, my brother had a car accident and is bed-ridden and my son has hepatitis.”
He relies on the generosity of his community in order to feed his family.
“Even though I have three family members, I am all alone. There is nobody to share this burden with and all that I have is from God.”
Your donations helped Mohammad and his family, providing them with a meat parcel to take the burden off Mohammad for a while.
But more is still needed. Help vulnerable people like Mohammad this year by providing Qurbani for as little as £25.
“I pray one day we’ll be free from this poverty. One day I will be free.”
This Eid ul Adha, let’s share the burden. Let’s not leave anyone to feel alone. Gain reward and give your Qurbani today.