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We will be facilitating Qurbani in countries where we know your donations will make the most difference

Alhamdulillah, last year with your love and support, over 3.5 million people from 33 different countries received fresh and quality Qurbani meat.

We make sure the most impoverished people receive the best Qurbani we can provide them. We select only the healthiest animals, ensuring high quality meat for those whose diets lack so much.

We try to help the most vulnerable people first – women, children, the elderly, and refugees of war and disaster are always our priority.

Give your Qurbani donation today. The prices are for a goat, sheep, or 1/7th of a cow (depending on country).

We have already purchased healthy animals for Qurbani. With your sacrifice, we can distribute Qurbani meat to those who need it most, both here in South Africa and around the world.

Our Qurbanis are performed inside multiple countries, ensuring that the local farmers benefit and millions of people enjoy locally produced fresh meat.

Our comprehensive international Qurbani programme extends to 33 countries around the world, reaching over 3.5 million people in need last year.

ABOUT THE ANIMALS

The animals used are an’aam animals, such as sheep, goats, cows and bulls. The animals must be healthy, free from blindness and chronic sickness or disease or from any apparent ailment, and must be of a fit age.

When you donate “1 Qurbani,” your donation equals one sheep or goat OR 1/7 of a cow or  bull — your donation can provide about 22,5Kg (sheep/goat) to 45Kg (cow/bull) of fresh meat, which in turn feeds about 10 to 20 families respectively*. If you would like to purchase an entire cow, for instance, you would multiply the price and the number of families served by 7. Here are the types of animals that were provided during the 2017 season. 

Weight and number of families served are calculations based on approximations, and may vary during specific distributions.

Check out these Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about your Qurbani/Udhiyah giving.