Who Will My Donation Help?
Whilst we are a UK-based Qurbani charity, the UK Islamic Mission team works globally to provide support for the most vulnerable and needy. Your online Qurbani contribution will further assist in our mission to serve humanity’s most vulnerable citizens, providing food for impoverished communities across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and even struggling European nations like Bosnia and Albania.
What is the Qurbani Price for 2020?
Depending on location, Qurbani prices for 2020 can vary. For example, our Qurbani rates for Pakistan will differ to our rates for India. This is to match the prices of animals within the country, allowing us to support local farmers by buying locally, boosting the economy and further helping those living in the region. Donating your Qurbani online with us can truly make a difference.
Donate Qurbani with UK Islamic Mission
When you choose to make your Eid ul-Adha donation with UK Islamic Mission, you can rest assured that your generous donation will go directly towards providing food for a poverty-stricken family this Eid ul-Adha.
You can make your donation safe in the knowledge that our team on the ground work with local farmers and shepherds to ensure all Qurbani animals are healthy and well cared for. When it is time for the sacrifice to be made, all Qurbani animals will be slaughtered according to Halal tradition, before the meat will be divided equally and help to feed your brothers and sisters this Eid ul-Adha. Our team will guarantee that your donation meets all the rules, regulations and requirements while offering a valid and worthy sacrifice to Allah (SWT).
Qurbani is an important part of the festival of sacrifice, and a significant act of worship in Islam. Performing Qurbani or donating your Qurbani to benefit those in need will bring you closer to Allah (SWT) as well as benefitting the global Ummah and working towards a more equal, balanced world.
As the time for Qurbani 2020 draws ever closer, take this opportunity to free yourself from the trappings of material possessions and worldly desires and, instead, actively work to renew your relationship with Allah (SWT) and seek blessings for the Hereafter.