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Qurbani 2023

As Muslims, it is our duty to ensure that we fulfill our religious obligation by offering a Qurbani. The nutritious and high-quality food provided through your Qurbani will bring warmth and joy to those who may otherwise go hungry.

Make a difference in someone's Eid with your Qurbani

How your donation is spent

"It is neither their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah, but it is piety from you that reaches Him.” Qur’an 22:37

Qurbani, the religious sacrifice of sheep, goats, or cows, takes place during the final month of the Islamic calendar, Dhul Hijjah, between the tenth and twelfth days. It is a sacred act that honours the tradition of the blessed Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and his beloved son Ismail (AS), commemorating their story of sacrifice and devotion to Allah (SWT).

As the Qur’an states, “It is neither their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah, but it is piety from you that reaches Him” (22:37), emphasizing the importance of sincere intentions and devotion to Allah.

We are reminded of Ibrahim’s unwavering faith when he was tested by Allah, and how he responded with complete submission and trust in Allah’s plan. Allah then declared, “O Ibrahim, you have fulfilled the vision. Indeed, we thus reward the doers of good. Indeed, this was a clear trial” (37:104).

Through a single Qurbani donation, we can provide nutritious and protein-filled meals to those in need, fulfilling our duty to help those less fortunate and spreading joy during this sacred time.

High-Quality Animals for Qurbani: Our Commitment to Excellence

At Zia Ul Ummah Foundation, we are committed to providing only the best animals for Qurbani. We take pride in sourcing high-quality animals, which not only ensures the best possible experience for the donors but also contributes to the local economy.

Our team conducts a thorough inspection of the animals ahead of time to ensure their health and suitability for sacrifice. We strictly adhere to Islamic rules and regulations, and our Qurbani is supervised by qualified scholars to ensure that the sacrifice is carried out in the most appropriate manner.

With our commitment to excellence, you can trust us to make your Qurbani experience a meaningful and rewarding one.

Revive the Sunnah: Give an Extra Qurbani

“The Messenger of Allah ﷺ sacrificed for the one who could not sacrifice from his Ummah, one who bore witness to the Oneness of Allah and [his] Prophethood”. (Ahmad)

As Muslims, we are inspired by the actions of the Prophet (SAW), who sacrificed a second animal every year dedicated to those in the Ummah who could not afford to give. This act of mercy allowed his community to share in the blessings of Eid, promoting compassion and unity among the believers.

You too can revive this Sunnah by dedicating a second Qurbani to vulnerable Muslims, doubling the impact and joy you give this Eid. By doing so, you will not only fulfil your religious obligation but also demonstrate your love and concern for those in need.

Furthermore, you can give a second Qurbani on behalf of those who have passed away and are unable to perform their Qurbani this year. This beautiful gesture allows you to commemorate and remember them while also helping those in need.

Join us in spreading the joy of Eid and making a positive difference in the lives of our fellow Muslims. Give an extra Qurbani today.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can place your Qurbani order right away, but please note that the latest date to do so is the 3rd day of Eid. So, don’t wait too long!

Yes, in accordance with Islamic principles, we state the name of the donor when performing the Qurbani. So, we kindly advise that you provide names

Absolutely! You can pay for Qurbani on behalf of your family members, including the deceased. You can also give on behalf of the beloved Messenger of Allah (SAW). This is a wonderful way to share the blessings of Eid with those who matter to you.

Qurbani must be done after the Eid prayer, so we wait until the afternoon on the day of Eid to perform the sacrifice. Rest assured that we follow all Islamic guidelines and perform the sacrifice with utmost care and respect.

We understand that many poor families look forward to the days of Eid, so we make sure that the meat is distributed fairly and in a timely manner. We provide the meat in packs, and we often include additional items to help families prepare meals.