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Sharing Joy on Your Behalf on Eid-ul-Adha

Qurbani Appeal 2024

Fulfil your Qurbani with Aghosh UK and gift meat to the needy in Pakistan and Palestine.

Bringing Joy and Comfort to the Needy

Eid-ul-Adha is a time of celebration and gratitude, but for many people the festivities can be a distant dream due to the life circumstances they find themselves in. People in Gaza continue to face terrible hardships and ongoing attacks. Aghosh UK and partners will deliver Qurbani there insha Allah so the people in Gaza know they remain in our hearts and prayers. We will also be delivering Qurbani to the needy in Pakistan, sharing the joy of Eid with them so they can celebrate with their families. Donate your Qurbani with Aghosh UK today.

Qurbani in Palestine

Full Cow (7 Shares)
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Cow (1 Share)
£ 0
£ 0

Qurbani in Pakistan

Qurbani Rates 2024

Full Cow (7 Shares)
£ 0
Cow (1 Share)
£ 0
£ 0

Why Give Qurbani Through Aghosh Uk

Aghosh UK provides you with an experienced and skilled Qurbani service with our partner Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan. Donors will receive a Qurbani Completion Report* with pictures and a video detailing all phases of the Qurbani (purchasing, slaughtering, cutting and distribution). *Only applies to Qurbani in Pakistan; donor email required.

Hassle-free transparent service

Healthy and fit animal


Hygienic process

Prompt distribution to eligible beneficiaries, including widows, orphans and the poor.

Professional butchers

Qurbani report available. Applies to Pakistan Qurbani only; donor email required.

Qurbani: A Sacred Trust

The significance of Qurbani is steeped in tradition yet rich in real-world impact.

As we reflect upon the extraordinary sacrifice the great Prophet Ibrahim (AS) was willing to make for His Lord, we ponder what true submission means.

Your Qurbani donations mean that you can share the joy of the Eid ul-Adha Qurbani with those in need.

The sacrifice of Qurbani is our sacred legacy. Join our Qurbani appeal and donate online now, and we can ensure your gift helps families experience an Eid of dignity and joy, free from the burden of hunger.

The Importance of Eid-ul-Adha

Eid-ul-Adha holds significant cultural and religious importance, symbolizing sacrifice, generosity, and compassion. Unfortunately, many individuals in Pakistan are unable to fully participate in the festivities due to financial constraints. The Eid-ul-Adha campaign seeks to ensure that everyone, regardless of their socioeconomic circumstances, can experience the joy of this blessed occasion and celebrate alongside their communities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below is some general guidance on Qurbani. Please consult your local Alim if you are unsure of anything.

In Arabic, ‘Qurbani’ means ‘sacrifice’. 

Eid-ul-Adha or Qurbani Eid is also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, and it is a significant occasion for Muslims all over the world.  It celebrates unwavering faith, and the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice his son Prophet Ishmael (AS) in obedience to the command of Allah (SWT). 

Eid-ul-Adha is celebrated from the 10th day of Dhu’l Hijjah as the pilgrims are performing the hajj.

Every adult who is required to pay Zakat is usually required to donate a Qurbani. 

Each person in a household who is a sane adult and pays zakat gives a minimum of one Qurbani.

A Qurbani is equivalent to a small animal (sheep/goat), or a share in a larger animal (cow/buffalo/camel).

The Prophet ﷺ performed several Qurbani for himself and the ummah. The Prophet ﷺ would fulfil his obligatory Qurbani, and also perform Qurbani on behalf of those of the ummah who were unable to sacrifice.

So you can also carry out multiple Qurbani for yourself and on behalf of others (such as the deceased).

Please check with your local Alim if you are unsure.

The Qurbani itself will take place after the Eid prayer on the 10th of Dhu’l Hijjah, not before. The Qurbani animals will be sacrificed during the 3 days of Eid (10-12 Dhu’l Hijjah), and the fresh meat will be promptly distributed to eligible beneficiaries.  

The person offering a Qurbani has the reward of every hair or fibre of wool of their sacrificed animal:

Zaid bin Arkam reports that the Companions of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ asked him: “O Messenger of Allah, what is this sacrifice?” He said: “It is the way of your forefather Ibrahim .” They asked: what (reward) is for us therein?” He replied: “There is a reward for every hair.” They asked: “For the wool, O Messenger of Allah?” He ﷺ replied: “There is one reward for every strand of wool.” (Ibn Majah)

Your Qurbani means that fresh meat is given to people who may not otherwise have any meat in the whole year, and it is also a source of joy on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha.

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