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Where Most Needed

Vulnerable refugees, widows and orphans are struggling in war-torn and impoverished locations , relying on the charity of others to provide their basic needs. By letting our experts decide where to allocate your Qurbani/Udhiyah, you can feed those most in need, allowing them to enjoy a nourishing meal this Eid. Give your Greatest Sacrifice today.

Lowest Priced

This year, impoverished families are struggling to put food on the table – and your Qurbani/Udhiyah is their only chance to enjoy a meal with meat. Our lowest price Qurbani is just $65. Order now before quotas are filled!

Emergency Locations

Our Ummah is being tested like never before. We have seen millions of our brothers and sisters across the world affected by conflict, climate change and natural disasters in the last year alone. Global food shortages and inflation are pushing many families to the brink of starvation and famine and child malnutrition is a growing problem in emergency zones like Niger, Yemen and Pakistan.

Your Qurbani will bring hope to our suffering brothers and sisters, ensuring they have nutritious food on blessed Eid.

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We carry out Qurbanis in countries around the world, distributing to orphans and widows first, as well as refugees and war-torn communities. Our teams will ensure your sacrifice reaches those most in need on the days of Eid. Locations are removed once the quota is filled.

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Tackle Hunger this Eid Al-Adha

The holy month of Dhul Hijjah is a few weeks away. A time of spiritual reflection, worship, and extending a helping hand to those in need.

Qurbani/Udiyah, the annual sacrifice, takes place in this sacred month. The religious practice commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim who sacrificed his son, Prophet Ismail (as), for the sake of Allah (swt).

This Eid Al-Adha trust Muslim Hands with your Qurbani. For as low as $65, your Qurbani will be distributed to eight locations including Pakistan, Mali, Niger, Yemen, India, The Gambia, Senegal, and Where Most Needed, reaching the most deserving families. 

We source your Qurbani livestock from local farmers, ensuring the animals are healthy and the slaughter process is Shariah compliant. Muslim Hands teams sacrifice animals after Eid Salah, distributing fresh meat to the needy during the days of Eid Al-Adha.

This Dhul Hijjah, fulfill the Sunnah of the Prophet (saw), and provide a source of nourishment for underprivileged families, many of whom will eat meat for the first time in months.

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How Your Qurbani/Udhiyah Helps

Your sacrifice will help the suffering

Despite continuing humanitarian aid, 17.4 million Yemenis are food insecure.

In the Sahel region of Africa, 7.7 million children under 5 suffer from malnutrition.

Of the 957 million people suffering food insecurity in Asia, 80% live in South Asia


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The Prophetic Qurbani/Udhiyah

‘The Prophet (saw) sacrificed for the one who could not sacrifice from his Ummah, one who bore witness to the Oneness of Allah and [his] Prophethood’. [Ahmad]

The Prophet (saw) would offer an extra Qurbani on behalf of Muslims who couldn’t afford to. This merciful deed would allow more people from his Ummah to share in the blessings of Eid al-Adha.

There is so much wisdom and compassion in this Sunnah – yet today is neglected. With so many families suffering this year, we are inviting you to revive this beautiful tradition!

By offering a second, Prophetic Qurbani/Udhiyah, you will be doubling your impact, feeding more people during the blessed days of Eid al-Adha. Don’t miss out on these rewards!

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Muslim Hands teams work hard to ensure that your Qurbani meat is distributed to those in need during the days of Eid al-Adha.

We distribute freshly slaughtered, halal meat from cows, sheep, and goats.

By forging relationships with reputable local farmers, we ensure animals have undergone regular veterinary checkups, are disease-free, and live in hygienic conditions where they are given adequate nutrition, shelter and water.

One Qurbani equals sacrificing a goat or sheep, or a share in a larger animal, like a cow. Both options are of equal value.

Typically, one Qurbani is offered for every family member -- some scholars deem it unnecessary to offer Qurbani on behalf of babies and children so it’s best to check with your Imam.

1 Sheep or Goat = 1 Qurbani

1 Cow = 7 Qurbani shares (One Qurbani share equals 1/7th of the cow

Different schools of thought have different opinions on this; however, the consensus is that Qurbani is considered a Sunnah practice of our Prophet (saw).

This year (2024), we will distribute your Qurbani meat to seven locations including India, Mali, Niger, Gambia, Pakistan, Senegal, Yemen, and Where Most Needed (WMN). The WMN option allows our local experts to deliver your Qurbani where the need is the highest.

You can offer your Qurbani for as low as $65.

Below is the cost per share for each location along with the animal. A small animal refers to a goat or sheep. A large animal refers to a cow.

1 Sheep or Goat = 1 Qurbani

1 Cow = 7 Qurbani shares (One Qurbani share equals 1/7th of the cow)

India : $65 - Large

Mali $95 - Large

Niger $95 - Large

Gambia $120 - Large

Pakistan $ 135 - Large

Senegal $ 135 - Large

Yemen $200 - Small

Where Most Needed - $65

You can make your Qurbani donations weeks in advance. If you would like to give Qurbani in a certain location, we advise you to make your donation sooner rather than later, as quotas fill up very quickly.

You can make up for any missed Qurbanis by either sacrificing an extra animal on the days of Eid Al Adha or by donating the market value of the animal to the poor and needy.

It's acceptable to perform Qurbani on behalf of someone else including a departed family member.

It is permitted to distribute Qurbani meat to non-Muslims, including relatives, neighbors, or those in need. It has been mentioned in the Holy Qur’an: “Eat the cattle and feed the needy and poor.” (Surat al-Hajj: 28)

It is strongly encouraged that the person who offers Qurbani does not cut his hair or nails, starting from the first day of Dhul-Hijjah up until after the sacrifice. The Prophet (saw) said, ‘When the ten days (of Dhul-Hijjah) start, and one of you intends to sacrifice, then let him not cut his hair or his nails.’ (Muslim)

Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of Dhul Hijjah and lasts for three to four days. This year, Eid al-Adha is expected to fall on Sunday, June 16th and end the evening of Thursday, June 20th.

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Muslim Hands was established in the UK in 1993. Muslim Hands is an international aid agency and NGO working in over 50 countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. Muslim Hands Canada is a registered charity with the Canada Revenue Agency (Charity Registration No. 81126 4985 RR0001).

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