Every year, Muslims sacrifice and donate their Qurbani to people in need all over the world. In spreading our blessings to less fortunate people, we follow in the footsteps of the Prophets and the righteous people before us.
All year round, we are fortunate enough to enjoy warm, meaty meals two to three times a day. Yet, for millions around the world, meat is a delicacy enjoyed only once every 365 days — such is the occasion of Eid ul Adha for the less privileged.
Significance of qurbani
The rewards for Qurbani is immense as mention in the sunnah and hadith.
The Prophet (ﷺ) said,
“It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (as). “For every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah, and for every strand of its wool you will receive a reward.” [Al-Tirmidhi]
It is related from Ayesha RA that Rasulullah said:
“There is nothing dearer to Allah during the days of Qurbani than the sacrificing of animals. The Sacrifice is accepted by Allah before the blood reaches the ground.
“No good deeds done on other days are superior to those done on these (first ten days of Dhul Hijjah).” [Tirmidhi]
This year COVID-19 presented our beneficiaries with more challenges than one can bear, so your Qurbani is more important than ever this year. Our relief teams will be distributing your Qurbani throughout the days of Eid ul Adha.
From only £20, your one Qurbani can provide fresh halal meat to vulnerable communities on the occasion of Eid al-Adha.
Qurbani related questions
Qurbani is the religious sacrifice of sheep, goats & cattle between the 10th and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah.
It is a blessed act to honour the tradition of the blessed Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as) and their devotion and submission to Allah (SWT). Qurbani meat is distributed among the poor and needy on EId al Adha.
Qurbani holds a special place in Islam. It is stressed upon the Qur’an and is a
reminder of Prophet Ibrahim’s (as) devotion and obedience. Qurbani is Waajib on all
Muslims who are sane, Baligh (of age) and are the possessors of minimum Zakatable wealth (Nisab).
When we receive your donation, we send it to our partners to purchase and perform the Qurbani.
We will be distributing qurbani meals to impoverished people across Africa, Asia. Your Qurbani will help hungry and vulnerable communities to enjoy safe, fresh halal meat on the occasion of Eid al-Adha.
There is a tradition related from Hazrat Abu Huraira RA that Rasulullah said that the person who has the means of performing Qurbani but does not do so should not even come near my Eidgah (Place of Eid prayers)
GIVING QURBANI WITH i-SUPPORT
You can pay your Qurbani to i-Support anytime until 3rd day of Eid ul Adha.
We help in areas where starvation is a reality of daily life. I-Support’s Qurbani campaign this year is out to tackle hunger in some of the poorest places in Asia and Africa. Your Qurbani donation can make an immediate difference for a family who cannot buy meat most weeks of the year.
It is a great way to help the needy who suffer from poverty and adverse conditions.
Please help us reach more households this Eid, so no child or family goes hungry.
Give back to the community in the name of Allah swt. This Eid ul Adha honour the tradition of Prophet Ibrahim (as) by sending your Qurbani to i-Support.