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Where Most Needed

Due to the pandemic, vulnerable families are struggling to make ends meet, relying on charity to eat even one daily meal. By letting our experts decide where to allocate your Qurbani, you can feed those most in need, allowing them to enjoy a rare meal with meat.

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Lowest Price

This year, impoverished families are struggling to put food on the table – and your Qurbani is their only chance to enjoy a meal with meat. Our lowest price Qurbani is just £35, order now before quotas are filled!

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Emergency Areas

This year, refugees and war-torn communities have been forced to cope with drastic aid cuts amid soaring food prices. Your Qurbani will bring hope to our suffering brothers and sisters, ensuring they have nutritious food on blessed Eid.

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All Locations

We carry out Qurbanis in 26 locations, distributing to orphans and widows first, as well as refugees and war-torn communities. Our teams will ensure your sacrifice reaches those most in need on the days of Eid. Locations are removed once the quota is filled.

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Sacrifice for the Suffering

It has been an intensely difficult year for vulnerable families, as they have been forced to cope with the devastating impact of the pandemic, drastic aid cuts, soaring food prices and prolonged conflict. Your Qurbani is more vital than ever in bringing hope to those who are suffering.

Your annual sacrifice is so much more than fulfilling an obligation. Impoverished families look forward to Eid al-Adha all year, as it is the only time they can enjoy a meal with meat. Your generosity ensures they can share in the joy and celebration of this blessed occasion!

Meanwhile, in refugee camps and war-torn communities, Qurbani is a source of hope, showing our suffering brothers and sisters that they have not been forgotten.

Our teams purchase all animals locally – we never distribute tinned or frozen meat! Therefore, you are also supporting farmers who are struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic, boosting local economies and helping to tackle the root causes of poverty.

Moreover, we distribute to orphans and widows first, ensuring your Qurbani reaches those most in need over the days of Eid al-Adha.

SubhanAllah, there is so much barakah in your Qurbani! We have 26 locations to choose from and prices start at just £35 – so don’t delay fulfilling this obligation! Order your Qurbani now to sacrifice for the suffering.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. Who needs to offer Qurbani?
  • A. According to the Hanafi school, any adult, sane Muslim who possesses wealth above the Nisab value must give a Qurbani. So if you are eligible to pay Zakat, you need to offer a Qurbani.

  • Q. What is a Prophetic Qurbani?
  • A. ‘The Prophet (saw) sacrificed for the one who could not sacrifice from his Ummah, one who bore witness to the Oneness of Allah and [his] Prophethood’. [Tabarani and Ahmad]

    After fulfilling his personal obligation, the Prophet (saw) gave an additional Qurbani in the name of the Muslims who could not afford to do so. We encourage all of our donors to revive this forgotten Sunnah and help more needy people.

  • Q. How important is it to give my Qurbani?
  • A. Qurbani is an obligation on all Muslims who possess wealth above the Nisab value - so if you are eligible to pay Zakat, then you must give a Qurbani.

    This annual sacrifice also carries the great meaning of representing the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim (as) was prepared to make in honour of our Creator.

  • Q. When should I donate my Qurbani?
  • A. Most people choose to donate in the days of Dhul Hijjah, but some will give their Qurbani up to a month before Eid al-Adha. This year, Eid will most likely be on 20th July 2021.

    As Qurbanis in each location have a set quota, we suggest you give yours as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

  • Q. When will my Qurbani be distributed?
  • A. Muslim Hands works hard to ensure that the meat from your Qurbani is distributed to those in need during the days of Eid al-Adha.

  • Q. Which animals do Muslim Hands provide for sacrifice?
  • A. We choose the sacrificial animals based on their availability and value in each location. Whether this is a sheep, goat or a share in a cow, the reward for your Qurbani will be the same. For more details on each location, please contact 0115 911 7222.

  • Q. I am not sure where to give my Qurbani, what do you recommend?
  • A. This year we are offering Qurbani in emergency zones including Yemen, Syria, Palestine, India-administered Kashmir and the Rohingya refugee camps. You can give your Qurbani to the victims of these ongoing conflicts to help those in urgent need.

    Alternatively, our ‘Where Most Needed’ option ensures that your Qurbani reaches those who need it most on the days of Eid.

  • Q. What should I do if I missed my Qurbani?
  • A. You must make up for missing the Qurbani by offering the market value of one sheep/goat to the poor. You can do this through Muslim Hands.

Prophetic Qurbani
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THE PROPHETIC QURBANI

‘The Prophet (saw) sacrificed for the one who could not sacrifice from his Ummah, one who bore witness to the Oneness of Allah and [his] Prophethood’. [Tabarani and Ahmad]

During the days of Eid al-Adha, the Prophet (saw) would offer both his obligatory sacrifice and an extra Qurbani on behalf of Muslims who couldn’t afford to sacrifice. This merciful deed would allow more people from his Ummah to share in the blessings of Eid al-Adha and enjoy a rare meal with meat.

There is so much wisdom and compassion in this Sunnah – yet today is neglected. With so many families suffering this year, we are inviting you to revive this beautiful tradition!

By offering a second, Prophetic Qurbani, you will be doubling your impact, feeding more people during the blessed days of Eid al-Adha. Don’t miss out on these rewards!

Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.