Your help goes a long way in feeding communities. Together, lets make hunger a thing of the past.
You can be the difference between a hungry child and a happy one!
Qurbani is not just about providing food to the starved, it’s about sharing blessings with the less fortunate.
By donating today, you can help us create a ripple effect of compassion and kindness.
Be the Eid miracle for families struggling with hardship and poverty.
Benefits of donating
Earn the reward of charity from Allah
Provide nutritious meals to families in need
Participate in a sacred Islamic tradition of giving
Make a real difference in the lives of underprivileged
Our 25 years of work means that your Qurbani donations are having a powerful impact, helping to feed the most marginalized areas of Pakistan.
Place your donation in your own name or on behalf of a loved one.
Local sustainable farmers provide sharia-compliant Qurbani animals.
We aid marginalised regions helping vulnerable groups.
Qurbani meat is distributed on 10th, 11th, and 12th Dhul-Hijjah.
FAQS – Here’s What You Need to Know!
- The animals are bought locally to sustain local farmers, reduce transport costs and any other costs.
- Place your order in your own name or on behalf of another with MWF
- Working in the most impoverished regions of the world in South Asia, East Africa and the Middle East.
- Send Qurbani to a family in need
- You can be sure that Fresh Meat is delivered during the three days of Eid.
It is Obligatory upon every sane, mature Muslim man and woman who meet the financial threshold. Simply anyone who is able to give Zakat should give Qurbani.
We have a team of expert local farmers and Islamic scholars who ensure your Qurbani is performed according to Shariah (Islamic law). The animals are bought from various farmers and are bought in advance, looked after and then sacrificed. You can choose the animal which you want to sacrifice:
- A cow or buffalo (which is divided into 7 parts, this is the minimum size of an animal as per shariah)
- A goat and sheep.
We ensure the animal is healthy and meets all the requirements of Islamic law.
MWF holds various collective Qurbani points across its areas of implementation; we have thousands of experience volunteers who spend their Eid days ensuring fresh meat reaches the poor:
- As soon as Eid prayers have been offered, our expert team oversees the beginning of the process of animals’ sacrifice.
- Meat is packed into bags and then delivered to location in which our field officers distribute meat to their local community.
- The second and third day of Eid-ul-Adha is in which we mainly distribute Qurbani meat to the beneficiary.
It is permissible and rewarding according to Prophetic traditions.
In a Hadith narrated by Sayyiduna Jaabir (May Allah be pleased with him) he reports that he read Eid-ul-Adha Prayer with the Prophet (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). After the Prayer a ram was bought to the Prophet (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) which he sacrificed. As he did so he pronounced ‘In the name of Allah; Allah is the greatest. O Lord! This sacrifice is from myself and from whoever has not made a sacrifice from my Ummah’. (Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal).
So according to Prophetic traditions you can give Qurbani on behalf of loved one and those that have passed away. MWF includes all the names in a collective prayer.
Minhaj Welfare Foundation assess the local situation on the ground, we provide meat to the following:
- The Aged to the disabled
- Those affected in the disaster areas
- Our team visits the homes of old people
- We visit the ill in hospitals.
Qurbani is performed on the day of Eid-ul-Adha on the 10th, 11th and 12th Dhul Hijjah (the final day is the 12th of Dhul-Hijjah before Mahgrib prayer). If we have received your donation or confirmation be ensured your Qurbani will be performed on the day of EID.
We take Qurbani’s till the 11th of Dhul-Hijjah and in certain circumstances we can take Qurbani till the morning of the 12th Dhul-Hijjah.
No, the donors are not eligible to claim their portion of it. The meat is reserved solely for distribution among the needy, and cannot be requested by anyone else.