Qurbani 2020 Pakistan

Your Small Sacrifice, Their Big Eid

We invite you to make a small sacrifice to help make Eid bigger and better for vulnerable families in Pakistan.

Honour the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (as), and help those most in need.

For just £55, you can fulfil your Qurbani and provide a family in need in Pakistan with meat to celebrate Eid!

Our 100% donation policy means every penny of your donation will support those in need.


While the Coronavirus pandemic has affected millions around the world, those who were already struggling from poverty and a lack of food, water and healthcare, have been among those hit the hardest. Covid-19 has left millions around the world hungry and unable to put food on their tables.

Prophet Ibrahim had a series of dreams where he was being commanded to sacrifice his only, beloved son, Ismail.

In his devotion to Allah (swt), Ibrahim agreed to follow his dream and perform the sacrifice. But God intervened and sent a ram to be sacrificed in Ismail's place.

Ismail (as) was spared because Ibrahim (as) proved he would sacrifice his son as an act of piety, despite the pain, loss and hardship it would have caused him. The continued practice of religious sacrifice acts as a reminder of Ibrahim’s obedience to Allah (swt).


Honour the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (as), and help those most in need.

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Qurbani in Pakistan

In Pakistan, hundreds of thousands of daily wage labourers – builders, fruit sellers, housekeepers, taxi drivers – are unable to work. While barely making ends meet prior to the pandemic, these people are more vulnerable than ever and in urgent need of vital food. By providing your Qurbani, they will have enough meat for up to a week, and will be able to eat wholesome, nutritious meals with protein to keep them healthy and strong.

1 in 5 people in Pakistan do not have enough food to eat, but it doesn’t need to be this way.

This Eid, your small sacrifice will truly make their big Eid! You will spread joy and Eid spirit to those facing devastating hardships, while gaining countless rewards.

“For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT)” - [Tirmidhi]

 

The Prophet () 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)

At SKT Welfare, we invite you to revive this beautiful sunnah.

Prophetic Qurbani

Qurbani with SKT Welfare

Last year, over 22,000 people received Qurbani meat as part of your small sacrifice. This year, we know that Qurbani is needed more than ever. You can give your Qurbani to those most in need and those in need in Pakistan, Syria, Gaza, Arica and Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

Your Qurbani goes further than just the families who receive the meat. We source all meat locally and employ staff to ensure the sacrifice and distribution is done to the highest standards. In this way, we create jobs and boost the local economy. We also donate all animal skins to local mosques and educational institutions who then sell them and use the funds to educate vulnerable children.

We take the utmost care to strictly follow Sharia in order to procure the meat for Qurbani by ensuring:

•                A healthy animal is sacrificed

•                The animal is older than one year in age

•                The meat is of a good quality that has not been stunned in the slaughter process and is safe for human consumption.

•                The Qurbani is performed after Eid prayer 

Our fresh Qurbani meat is distributed on the same day to the people in need and the quantity of meat is sufficient for a family of five. Your £55 will provide a part cow Qurbani to some of the most vulnerable in Pakistan.

What is Qurbani?

“Once our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was asked, what is Qurbani? The Prophet (SAW) answered: ‘It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (AS). For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT)” - Tirmidhi 

Qurbani is a religious sacrifice of sheep, cattle, or goats which is made after Eid al Adha prayers, between the 10th and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah, the final month of the Islamic calendar. The blessed tradition was passed down to us by our Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as) reflecting on their ultimate devotion to Allah (swt) and the sacrifices they were willing to make.

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This Eid, your small sacrifice will truly make their big Eid! You will spread joy and Eid spirit to those facing devastating hardships, while gaining countless rewards.

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