When the Messenger (PBUH) was asked what Qurbani is, he answered, “It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim. For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah.” (Al-Tirmidhi)
Give your Qurbani for €110 in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, where families face a year of extreme hunger after the devastating combination of a 30% rise in inflation, price hikes due the war in Ukraine, and a year of failed harvests.
€110 – provide fresh nutritious beef in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, where almost half of all children are stunted. Each family-of-six that your Qurbani supports will receive around three kilograms.
If you donated your Qurbani in Pakistan with Human Appeal last year, you provided a total of 14.3 kilograms of fresh meat, split between four to five families.
Be a mercy to a family in Bagh District this Dhul Hijjah.
A blessed legacy
Give your Qurbani, and continue the blessed legacy of the Messenger (PBUH). It’s a unique act of worship that is given at this time of year only, allowing us to share the blessings of Eid with those in the ummah who are struggling while seeking Allah’s mercy and blessings.
For many, the Qurbani sacrifice is considered a duty for all adult Muslims who qualify for Zakat, but it’s certainly encouraged and greatly rewarded for all who are able to give, who will receive blessings for every single hair on the sacrificed animal, according to the Messenger’s (PBUH) hadith.
Why give to Human Appeal?
Human Appeal sources fresh nutritious meat from local farmers with well-cared for animals, providing a boost to local businesses which are struggling with soaring prices since the war in Ukraine. We inspect all animals ahead of time and sacrifice strictly in accordance with Islamic principles once Eid prayer is complete.
We have over thirty years of experience delivering Qurbani and consider it an Amanah that you entrust to us, and that we fulfil with efficiency, transparency, and attention-to-detail.
Last Qurbani, you helped us to reach 328,989 people with fresh nutritious meat, including 8,749 in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
Give your Qurbani today, and be a mercy to families who can’t afford food this Eid.