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Qurbani Donation Appeal

By giving Qurbani, you can honour the spirit of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and bring joy and nourishment to thousands of starving families.

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Yusuf Chambers is choosing the best animals and distributing to the Syrian people affected by the February earthquake disaster.

Share the Blessings of Eid with Those in Need

When the Messenger (PBUH) was asked what Qurbani is, he answered, “It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim. For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

Imagine putting a smile on the faces of starving families this Eid al-Adha. Honour the incredible devotion of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and share the blessings of Eid with families in need.

Without your help, hundreds of thousands of Muslims will have nothing to eat this Eid. Over 300 million innocent people don’t know where their next meal will come from – a number increasing by the second. Last year, your Qurbani donations fed 136,810 people in need. This year, the need is even stronger.

Qurbani is an obligation for all Muslims whose wealth reaches the Zakat threshold, however many people often forget or miss donate Qurbani. With One Ummah, you can fulfil your 2024 Qurbani donation duty in 19 calamity-stricken countries.

This Eid, share the miracle of Qurbani and turn empty plates into joyful smiles—honour Prophet Ibrahim’s (AS) sacrifice by giving the gift of food to families in need.

Qurbani Donation


We distribute Qurbani meat across many countries in need, ensuring no community is left behind. Please choose your quantity from each group below and fulfil your obligation for the sake of Allahﷻ. 

DISCLAIMERS: Qurbani donations must be received no later than midnight on June 16th to guarantee your Qurbani donation is fulfilled in time. Any Qurbani donations received beyond this cut-off period will be directed to our ‘General Food Fund’, supporting those in need year-round.

Each year, our teams work tirelessly to ensure your Qurbani donation is delivered to 19 calamity-stricken countries. However, if a country’s specific quota is reached, our flexible system allows us to fulfil your Qurbani in another needy country. Either way, One Ummah GUARANTEES your Qurbani will be fulfilled with Islamic guidelines during the required Eid al-Adha period.

The number of sacrificial animals allotted for each country reflects the volume of Qurbani (animal sacrifice) anticipated for that region.

  • 1 sheep or 1 goat = 1 Qurban
  • ⁠1 cow = 7 Qurbani (1 Qurbani equals 1/7th of the cow’s share).

Group A (£25)

Group B (£70)

Group C (£125)

Group D (£225)

What is Qurbani?

Qurbani, also known as Udhiyah, is an act of worship performed by Muslims during the days of Eid-ul-Adha. It involves sacrificing an animal as an act of devotion and thankfulness to Allah. This sacrifice is a commemoration of the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (Peace be upon him) when Allah commanded him to sacrifice his son Ismail (Peace be upon him). However, after the test of faith, Allah replaced Ismail (Peace be upon him) with a ram, which Prophet Ibrahim (Peace be upon him) sacrificed instead. This act of obedience and sacrifice is remembered and celebrated by Muslims around the world every year through the practice of Qurbani.

The Quranic reference to Qurbani is found in Surah Al-Hajj where Allah says, “It is neither their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah, but it is your piety that reaches Him.” (22:37). This verse emphasizes that the act of sacrificing an animal is not just about the physical act of slaughter, but it is the intention and piety of the believer that is most important.

The Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) also highlights the significance of Qurbani. He (Peace be upon him) said, “Whoever offers a sacrifice after Eid prayer, has completed his rituals (of Qurbani) and has succeeded in following the ways of the Muslims.” Bukhari. This Hadith stresses the importance of Qurbani and encourages Muslims to perform this act of worship.

What do we do?

At One Ummah, we understand the significance of Qurbani and the importance of providing meat to those who need it the most. That’s why we are working tirelessly to distribute your qurbani in 19 calamity-stricken countries. Your donations are essential to our efforts to give meat to people who only have it during this time of the year. With your support, we can provide relief to those suffering from the effects of poverty, conflict, and natural disasters. Every contribution makes a difference and enables us to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need.

The Significance of Qurbani

Qurbani is an act of submission to Allah’s will. It is an expression of gratitude for all the blessings that Allah has bestowed upon us. The act of sacrificing an animal is a reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (Peace be upon him) and his son Ismail (Peace be upon him).

Qurbani is also an act of charity. The meat from the sacrificed animal is distributed among the needy and less fortunate. This helps to promote social cohesion and unity within communities. It is a reminder of our obligation to take care of those who are less fortunate than us.

How is Qurbani performed?

Qurbani can be performed in a number of ways. It can be performed individually, within families, or through communal sacrifices. The animal to be sacrificed must be of a certain age and in good health. The most commonly sacrificed animals are sheep, goats, cows, and camels.

Before the sacrifice is made, the animal must be cared for properly and given the appropriate food and water. The sacrifice must also be performed in a humane manner, ensuring that the animal does not suffer unnecessarily. The animal is then slaughtered by a trained professional in accordance with Islamic guidelines.

Jazakum Allahﷻ Khayr for visiting this appeals page. Hundreds are facing hunger this Eid ul-Adha. Together, with your Qurbani donation, we can make a real difference and ease their suffering. Please donate now and save lives today.


1 Why do Muslims sacrifice animals during Eid-ul-Adha?

Muslims sacrifice animals during Eid-ul-Adha to commemorate the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (AS) when Allah commanded him to sacrifice his son Ismail (AS).

2 What animals are commonly used for Qurbani?

The most commonly used animals for Qurbani are sheep, goats, cows, and camels.

3 What are the rules of Qurbani?

The animal to be sacrificed must be of a certain age and in good health. It must also be slaughtered in a humane manner, ensuring that the animal does not suffer unnecessarily

4 What animals can be sacrificed during Qurbani?

Cattle, sheep, and goats can be sacrificed during Qurbani.

5 Can Qurbani be performed on behalf of someone else?

Yes, Qurbani can be performed on behalf of someone else. This act of sacrifice is not just about fulfilling our own religious obligations but also about sharing the blessings of Allah with those around us. Performing Qurbani on behalf of someone else is an act of kindness, generosity, and love. It shows that we care for others and want to help them in any way we can. Imagine the joy and blessings that the less fortunate will receive when they receive the meat from the sacrificed animal. It is truly a heartwarming feeling to know that we have made a positive difference in someone else's life, even if we couldn't be there in person. So, let us not hesitate to perform Qurbani on behalf of others and spread love and compassion wherever we go.

6 Is Qurbani obligatory?

The majority of scholars are of the view that it udhiyah is Sunnah mu’akkadah. This is the view of al-Shaafa’i, Maalik and Ahmad according to his most well-known view.

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