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The Greatest Sacrifice

Qurbani involves the religious sacrifice of sheep, goats, and cattle within the tenth to twelfth days of Dhul Hijjah, the final month of the Islamic calendar.

Qurbani is a revered practice that honors the legacy of the blessed Prophet Ibrahim (AS), his beloved son Ismail (AS), and their tale of sacrifice and devotion to Allah (SWT).

We called to him, “O Ibrahim, you have fulfilled the vision. Indeed, we thus reward the doers of good. Indeed, this was a clear trial.” -The Holy Qur’an 37:104

A single Qurbani contribution can provide 57 nourishing meals and deliver protein-rich meat to areas where it is most needed throughout the year.

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We also urge you to follow the Prophet’s practice of giving an additional Qurbani on behalf of the the Muslims who can not afford to do so.

What is Qurbani?

Qurbani signifies sacrifice. Each year during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims worldwide slaughter an animal—a goat, sheep, cow, or camel—to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son Ismail for the sake of God.

Prophet Ibrahim (as) received a series of dreams instructing him to sacrifice his cherished son, Ismail (as), as an act of obedience to Allah swt. Ismail (as) supported his father in fulfilling this divine command, despite knowing it would lead to his death.

Ismail (as) comforted Ibrahim (as) by reminding him of Allah’s (swt) love and mercy. Deeply devoted, Ibrahim (as) agreed to carry out the sacrifice as instructed by his dream. However, just as Ibrahim (as) was about to fulfill the command, Allah swt intervened by sending a ram to be sacrificed in place of Ismail (as).

Ismail (as) was spared because Ibrahim (as) demonstrated his willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of devotion to Allah, despite his deep love and anguish.

The ongoing tradition of religious sacrifice serves as a reminder of Ibrahim’s obedience to Allah (swt), which is why we too are encouraged to make a sacrifice each year.

Your Qurbani donation symbolizes relinquishing worldly attachments and drawing closer to Allah.

Your Qurbani will reach more people than ever before.

By donating Qurbani to Albarka Trust, you will enable the most vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in Pakistan to celebrate Eid, as for many families, this is the only time they consume meat throughout the year.

‘Their meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you.’

[The Noble Qur’an, 22:37] 

When is Qurbani?

It is recommended to make your donation as early as you can to allow ample time for allocation and preparation.

The period for physically carrying out the sacrifice starts after the Eid prayer on Eid-al-Adha, which this year is anticipated to be on 16th June, and concludes at sunset on the thirteenth of Dhu’l-Hijjah.

There are four days designated for sacrifice: the day of Eid-al-Adha and the subsequent three days following it.

Who is eligible for Qurbani?

Albaraka Trust employs specific criteria and a scoring system to identify recipients for Qurbani donation. This scoring system is based on the following criteria:

  Families living below the minimum income threshold for their country.

Female-headed households.

Families with disabled and/or elderly members.

Children under five years old.

Pregnant women.

Breastfeeding mothers.

Families with limited or no access to markets.

Our teams conduct a comprehensive assessment to objectively determine the importance and priority of each criterion. These factors are then used to select recipient families, ensuring that we reach the most vulnerable individuals without any bias.

Who has to give Qurbani?

According to the beliefs of most Muslims, Qurbani donation is strongly recommended. According to the Hanafi school of thought (madhab), it is considered obligatory for every mentally competent adult Muslim—male or female—who possesses wealth exceeding their basic needs. Therefore, individuals who are eligible to pay Zakat are generally required to perform Qurbani as well.


We always do our best to meet your requests!

Albaraka Trust will make every effort to utilize your donation as specified, whenever feasible. However, if for any reason we are unable to allocate your donation as requested, we will redirect it to support similar projects in other countries or allocate it to other relevant projects within the same country. Albaraka Trust’s strategic oversight and field experience enable us to effectively address emerging needs and determine the most impactful use of funds.

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Qurbani FAQ's

Those eligible for Qurbani must either sacrifice an animal or make a monetary donation equivalent to the value of a sacrificial animal on the 10th, 11th, and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah, following the special Eid prayers. Monetary donations for Qurbani are used to purchase or rear animals that are then sacrificed in impoverished communities, ensuring everyone can partake in a nutritious meal and celebrate Eid al-Adha.

Traditionally, after an animal is sacrificed for Qurbani, it is distributed in three parts: one part is retained for the donor, another is shared with friends and family, and the final portion is given to the needy. However, due to regulations in some countries, many Muslims opt to donate to organizations like Orphans in Need, where all shares are distributed to those in need.

Qurbani must be performed on the 10th, 11th, and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah, following the Eid prayer that marks the beginning of Eid al-Adha. Sacrifices made before the Eid prayer are not considered Qurbani and must be repeated after the Eid prayer.

Qurbani is expected from every non-disabled Muslim who has reached puberty and meets the criteria for Zakat.

The obligation of Qurbani varies among different schools of thought, and individuals should consult with their local Imam for clarification. Qurbani ensures that families in need have essential food for celebrating Eid, and any donation from those who are eligible and able is greatly appreciated.

Each eligible Muslim is required to provide at least one share of Qurbani, and parents should provide shares on behalf of their children. A small animal like a goat or sheep counts as one Qurbani share, while a larger animal such as a cow or camel is equivalent to seven shares and can be divided among seven individuals. Husbands are not obliged to provide a share for their wives unless she has her own means to do so.

You can donate your Qurbani for £25 per share or £35 to those most in need. You can also donate £10 cooked Eid meals for orphans and widows to enjoy on the day of Eid al-Adha.

Missed Qurbani donations from previous years can be fulfilled in the current year by contributing additional Qurbani shares.

According to Qurbani Eid rules, it is prohibited to cut hair and nails from the start of Dhul Hijjah until after the sacrifice has been performed, as advised by the Prophet (SAW).

Qurbani Eid 2024 takes place from sunset on Sunday, 16 June, until Thursday, 20 June.