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Order your Qurbani today from R950

Where Most Needed

Our Where Most Needed fund ensures that your Qurbani meat is distributed to widows, orphans, the elderly and vulnerable living in the most impoverished communities around the world. By letting our experts decide, you ensure that your Qurbani meat is distributed where the need is highest.

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Our lowest price Qurbani is available in Malawi and India. Order now before the quota is filled! Don’t forget to follow the sunnah of giving an additional Qurbani in the name of the Muslims who cannot afford to give this Eid. Give your Greatest Sacrifice today.

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South Africa

We conduct Qurbani locally in South Africa and our teams carry out your sacrifice after Eid Salah. We only choose healthy animals, and distribute fresh meat to poor families during the days of Eid. This Eid-ul-Adha, give your Qurbani in South Africa and help feed the hungry locally.

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We carry out Qurbanis in 12 locations across Asia and Africa, 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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Qurbani: The Greatest Sacrifice

Qurbani is the time of the ‘Greatest Sacrifice’- a means of having faith and conviction that everything we own in this life belongs to Allah SWT and that we submit to Him entirely. It is one of the most beloved deeds to Allah SWT and commemorates the unwavering devotion of Prophet Ibrahim (as) upon Allah’s command. Qurbani also teaches us an important lesson of following the Quran and Sunnah always and to trust Allah when faced with any hardship.

In the Noble Quran, Almighty Allah mentions: “Their meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you.” [Quran 22:37]

At Muslim Hands, we have been carrying out your Qurbanis for many years. Our teams are working in several countries around the globe to ensure your Qurbani animals are well looked after and healthy. We also ensure the Sunnah practices of slaughtering are followed and meat is distributed to the most impoverished communities, so they too can enjoy the joyous day of Eid with their families.

This year, you can offer Qurbani for as little as R950. Follow the footsteps of the Prophet (saw) and give your Qurbani today.   

 

Key Facts

More than 800 million people suffer from hunger globally

1 in 3 people globally do not have access to adequate food

282 million Africans are suffering from undernourishment


Your Qurbani Can Feed Fatoumata’s Family

Fatoumata lives with her five children in Koulaba, Mali - an impoverished area where the rates of hunger and poverty are extremely high.

Widowed at a young age, she is the sole breadwinner for her five children, but the family struggles to source food daily as Fatoumata earns a very low income.

Every year, the family does not have food to celebrate Eid, and relies on donors like you to gift them meat so they too can celebrate the joyous day.

“We don’t know how to get meat except that every year your organization gives us meat. I can’t imagine the day when it will end because a lot of families here depend on it. Your meat donations add flavor to our party and children and parents no longer have to worry about and envy others.” -Fatoumata

This Eid-ul-Adha, your Qurbani can give hope to thousands like Fatoumata and help feed poor communities.

GIVE YOUR QURBANI

The Hanafi school states that any adult, sane Muslim who possesses the Nisab value must give a Qurbani. So if you are eligible to pay Zakat, you need to offer a Qurbani. 

The Maliki and Hanbali schools state that the person responsible for the household can make the Qurbani on their behalf. 

However, in many households today, it is not uncommon to have two or more people who pay Zakat. The best and safest option is for a Qurbani to be offered for each person eligible for giving Zakat.

Yes, it is permissible to give Qurbani on behalf of someone else. You can pay for your own Qurbani as well as members of your family, or anyone else. The Prophet (saw) would even give an extra Qurbani on behalf of his Ummah. 

‘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’. [Tabarani and Ahmad]

After fulfilling his personal obligation, the Prophet (saw) gave an additional Qurbani on behalf of the Muslims who could not afford to do so. We encourage all of our donors to revive this forgotten Sunnah and help more needy people.

Most people choose to donate in the days of Dhul Hijjah, but some will give their Qurbani up to a month before Eid al-Adha. This year, Eid will most likely be on 20 July 2021.

As Qurbanis in each location has a set quota, we suggest you give yours as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Qurbani is an obligation on all Muslims who possess wealth above the Nisab value - so if you are eligible to pay Zakat, then you must give a Qurbani.

This annual sacrifice also carries the great meaning of representing the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim (as) was prepared to make in honour of our Creator.

No, Qurbani is a separate ritual from Zakat. However, anyone who is eligible for Zakat (any adult, sane Muslim who possesses the Nisab value) must also give a Qurbani, in accordance with the Hanafi school.

Most people choose to donate in the days of Dhul Hijjah, but some will give their Qurbani up to a month before Eid al-Adha. This year, Eid will most likely be on 10th July 2022.

As Qurbanis in each location have a set quota, we suggest you give yours as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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

“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]

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Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.

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