Your Qurbani brings hope

This Eid, make your Udhiyya/sacrifice for Palestine


“Neither their flesh reach Allah, nor their blood, but it is your piety that reaches Him.”

Qur’an 22:37

Gaza has been under attack for seven months. It remains under an ongoing siege and continious mass bombardments. Its infrastructure is in ruins.

This Eid-ul-Adha, extend your hand of generosity to the people of Gaza who are facing an attack on an unprecedented scale. The people of Gaza are facing utter destruction. Thousands of lives and homes have been lost. The Palestinians are living in makeshift tents and food is scarce.

Your Qurbani donation will provide essential meat and relief this Dhul Hijjah to families in need, bringing hope and relief in these challenging times.

During the holy days of Dhul Hijjah, you can help support the people of Gaza by helping them survive Eid. Providing struggling families with fresh meat, food and financial aid will make provide much needed relief. 

This special time brings extra reward to those who do good deeds, so please remember our brothers and sisters in Gaza and help bring them some security and comfort during Eid. 

Wherever you choose to do your Qurbani, you can gift a meat parcel in Gaza for just £30.  

Make your sacrifice count this Eid-ul-Adha


Fresh Meat Parcel

Provide fresh meat on the days of Eid


Local Qurbani

Carried out in Gaza, Lebanon & Jordan

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Qurbani for Palestine

Your Qurbani delivered to Palestinians


Financial Aid for Family

Vital support for struggling families


Medical Aid

life saving medical assistance


Eid Gifts

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clothes, toys, sweets etc

Qurbani FAQs

What is Qurbani?

Qurbani means sacrifice. Qurbani and Udhiyya are used to describe the act of sacrifice on Eid ul Adha.

Every year during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims around the globe sacrifice an animal – a goat, sheep, cow or camel – to reflect the Prophet Ibrahim (pbuh)’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail, for the sake of God.

In accordance to Shariah, at least one third of the meat from the animal must go to poor or vulnerable people. Traditionally, a Muslim would keep one third of the meat for their family and give the final third to their neighbours, friends and family.

Who needs to do Qurbani?

It is recommended all sane, adult Muslims with the financial means to do so complete the act of Qurbani/Udhiyya during Eid ul Adha.

How does iF Charity distribute Qurbani in the current situation?

In areas of conflict and war, without stable mains electricity, keeping meat fresh during hot weather is a significant challenge. iF Charity addresses this challenge with tinned meat. This allows the meat to be consumed over several months, provides sustained support and ensures that your Qurbani reaches its destination effectively. For updated information on other Qurbani options please call us on 0121 663 1309

How does iF Charity complete my Frozen Qurbani?

This is a Shariah Compliant Qurbani that happens outside of Gaza and is then frozen and imported to Gaza. The process of Qurbani is completed during the days of Eid ul Adha and your contribution will reach beneficiaries within 6 weeks to 3 months.

How many animals do I need to sacrifice to complete a Qurbani?

A Qurbani is considered the sacrifice of one small animal or a share in a large animal (usually 1/7 is a share). The prices provide refer to one Qurbani and that is what you need to complete your religious duty.

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