Qurbani 2020: Donate your Qurbani
We at Penny Appeal Canada take your right of Qurbani seriously. That's why we source and sacrifice the healthiest animals with your donation, maintaining your duty as a Muslim and guaranteeing your Qurbani reaches those who need it the most.
This year the coronavirus has made it extremely difficult for some families to put food on the table, but your Qurbani donations could change that for them. Help give poor families a joyous Eid and a delicious meal with your generous donations.
Just $55 ensures your Qurbani is sourced from trusted farmers and supplied to those most in need, providing protein-filled meat for those that have limited access to it throughout the year.
Prices are for one goat, sheep or 1/7th of a cow, based on the group.
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Messages from the field
“I’d like to thank everyone who made this happen, I’m so happy to be home with my family on Eid and spend it with them. Thank you for this meat pack, we haven’t been able to buy meat for the last 3 years, so I am very grateful that we have it this year.” – Afzal Ali, India 2019.
Help us make Qurbani 2020 even more amazing than last year and help us keep our global ummah safe and fed during this global pandemic.
Donate your Qurbani with Penny Appeal today!
What is Qurbani?
Qurbani is the religious sacrifice of sheep, goats & cattle between the 10th and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah, the final month of the Islamic calendar.
It is a sacred act to honour the tradition of the blessed Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as) and their story of sacrifice and devotion to Allah (SWT). Sacrificed meat is distributed among the poor and needy across the globe.
Who is Qurbani Compulsory for?
Qurbani holds a special place in Islam. It is stressed upon ithe Qur’an and is a reminder of Prophet Ibrahim’s (as) devotion and obedience.
For many scholars, Qurbanis an obligation for all Muslims who possess the Zakat threshold. Despite this, its critical role within Islam is often missed, resulting in its tremendous barakah being lost.
The Prophet (S) said, “It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (as). For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (SWT)."