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They Deserve Your Qurbani

Since the people of Africa are struggling with famine, poverty, illiteracy, and several natural disasters, saving up enough to buy a sacrificial animal for Eid-ul-Adha is not high on their list of priorities. Every year, ARF and its team collaborate to establish Qurbani programmes to distribute sacrificial meats to individuals who cannot afford to eat twice a day. However, by donating, you can make a difference in their lives while also strengthening your spiritual and religious views.

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Qurbani 2023 Price List
Sheep / Goat £65
Cow £315
Share of a cow (divided into 7 shares) £45
Camel £630
Share of a camel (divided into 7 shares) £90

What is Qurbani?

“So pray to your Lord and sacrifice [to Him alone].” [Surah Al-Kawthar | Ayah 2]

Qurbani is the ritual and tradition of sacrificing Halal animals (goat, sheep, cow, and camel) in praise of Allah Almighty on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah and distributing the meat to the needy.

Significance of Donating Sacrificial Meet

In the name of Allah (SWT), Muslims all around the world slaughter halal animals such as goats, sheep, cows, and camels. Their sacrifice is respected in Islam and beyond the world. Now that Allah Almighty recognises the significance of Qurbani, He has made it mandatory to gift three parts to others, with one part going to people facing poverty and in need.

Since Eid-ul-Adha is a joyful day, and no one should go to bed hungry, Allah (SWT) made it mandatory for us Muslims to include poor people in our celebrations.

Together, the entire Muslim Ummah donates sacrificial meat to those in poverty for them to have tasty and nutritious meals.

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Who is Eligible for Qurbani Donation?

ARF works hard to guarantee that your Qurbani Donation goes to the most deserving people in the Horn of Africa. We have a strong and mandatory mechanism in place to determine who is and is not qualified for Qurbani donation.

The following are eligible for Qurbani Donation:

Each of these individuals is evaluated based on the criteria we have chosen to determine if they are eligible for your Qurbani donation objectively.

Every year, ARF and its team take great delight in giving sacrificial meat to people in need in the Horn of Africa.

Give Prophetic Qurbani this Year

Giving a Prophetic Qurbani is highly respected in the Muslim Ummah because it confirms that Muslims are following in the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), who used to sacrifice another animal on behalf of someone from his Ummah. You can also help several Africans by sacrificing and donating another animal this year.

Anas bin Malik (RA) said: ‘The Prophet (saw) used to sacrifice two rams, and I also sacrifice two rams.’(Bukhari)

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When to Donate Your Qurbani?

You can make your Qurbani donation at any time before Eid-ul-Adha, which is commemorated on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah. This way, the livestock are purchased and allocated ahead of time after being inspected for hygiene, ethics, and religious purity.

We at African Relief Fund (ARF) respect your Qurbani donations and work hard to retain the faith you have in us by sharing your gifts with those in Africa who need them the most.



Why should I make a Qurbani donation to Africa?

Many disadvantaged communities and individuals in Africa struggle to afford nutritional meals. Donating Qurbani to Africa can assist in providing critical protein-rich food to those in most need.

What is the ARF's Qurbani distribution procedure?

Following the Qurbani sacrifice, the meat is divided into parts and given to needy African families. African Relief Fund closely manages the procedure to guarantee equitable distribution and compliance with Islamic principles.

What animals are typically sacrificed for Qurbani?

Sheep, goats, cows, and camels are common Qurbani animals. The animal chosen is determined by local customs, availability, and the donor's choices.

Is there a specific time for performing Qurbani?

Qurbani is performed during the days of Eid al-Adha, which is the 10th to 12th day of the Islamic lunar month of Dhul-Hijjah. It follows the annual Hajj pilgrimage and is one of the holiest occasions in Islam.

Is there a certain time to conduct Qurbani?

Qurbani is done between the 10th and 12th days of the Islamic lunar month of Dhul-Hijjah, which is the 10th to 12th day of the Islamic lunar month of Dhul-Hijjah. It comes after the yearly Hajj pilgrimage and is one of Islam's holiest events.

Can I make a Qurbani donation on behalf of someone else?

Yes, you can make a Qurbani donation on behalf of another person, such as a departed loved one or someone who is unable to fulfil the sacrifice themselves. In their name, this is considered a sort of charity.

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African Relief Fund is looking for ways to expand its ways to gather donations for aid projects in African communities. But we need your Help. Together, we can make a real difference in the lives of unprivileged people in Africa and give them the chance they deserve.

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Your donation will reach people who are in dire need of it through our several emergency aid projects.

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