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Qurbani 2017

Give your Qurbani from just £19 and help feed the poor!

Qurbani is the remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim’s adherence to Allah. Join fellow Muslims across the world fulfilling their religious blessing. Share your blessing, share your qurbani ! 

From Pakistan to Palestine, from United Kingdom to Uganda, from Syria to Somalia. We are distributing meat in over 13 Countries! From as little as £19…

Whether it’s the refugees of Rohingya or Palestine, ILM is here to deliver your sacrifice for Qurbani.

Share your blessing, share your qurbani! 

Every year, ILM carries out Qurbani in developing countries, on behalf of donors worldwide. We provide for communities crippled by poverty, in regions where starvation is a reality of daily life.

With over 13 years of  qurbani experience, who better to trust than ILM to deliver you qurbani to those in need. From as little as £19 this EID you can put a smile on the faces of our brother and sister in need.

With 100% of your Zakat going to those in need, that’s 100% benefit

Your Qurbani donation can make an immediate difference for a child who goes hungry most days of the year. It can ensure a poor family eats well during the festive period, and in the weeks to follow. Please help us reach more households this Eid, so no child goes hungry.

Donate your Qurbani today. Donate online or call our Qurbani hotline on: 03000 111 000 

Do something incredible and feed those who usually go hungry on the day of EID-ul-Adha. For £1 per cooked meal.
Do something incredible and put a smile on the faces of our orphans on the day of EID-ul-Adha, by donating an eid gift. For £20 per gift.

Qurbani Facts

The What: Qurbani, Qurban or Udhiya is the sacrifice of livestock in the Islamic tradition. Qurbani is performed prevalently throughout Muslim communities, during Eid al Adha. It can also be performed on a personal level at any time throughout the year. Muslims do so to reap its manifold blessings for special occasions and events.

The Why: Qurbani during Eid al Adha is the act of commemorating and remembering the sacrifice of Prophet Abraham (as). At least one third of sacrificial meat must be distributed to the poor –which makes Qurbani a significant act of charity.

The Who: Performing Qurbani during Eid al Adha is wajib –necessary for every adult Muslim who is financially able.

The When: The sacrifice must be performed on Eid day, preferably after the Eid prayer. It can also be performed on the second of third day of Eid.

The How: Animals that are acceptable for Qurbani are goats, sheep, cattle and camels. There are age restrictions for Qurbani animals. Goats and sheep must be over a year old; cows must be over two years old; and camels must be over five. A goat or sheep counts as one share –which is the necessary Qurbani per person. Larger animals like cattle count as seven shares, so that up to seven people can contribute towards the sacrifice of a cow or camel.