UnityFM Qurbani Appeal

Follow in the footsteps of the Prophets this Hajj Season, and donate your Qurbani to the most vulnerable Yemen.

UnityFM Qurbani Appeal

$3,211 of $96,262 raised

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Qurbani The Prophet’s Way

 

“For every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah, and for every strand of its wool you will receive a reward.” [Al-Tirmidhi]

 

 

Give your Qurbani to Yemen

Qurbani is a great way to share our blessings and maintain the traditions of Hajj season. We can gain extra rewards with our sacrifice and share the joy of Eid with those in need.

Despite years of war, famine and disease our brothers and sisters in Yemen have to also grapple with the coronavirus pandemic. As a result 16 million people in Yemen cannot put food on their table. Some go for days without eating. The country is facing the threat of extinction with a significant number of its population dying from starvation and malnutrition.

Giving your Qurbani to Yemen will not only allow families to enjoy a nutritious meal on Eid, it could literally save a life.

£90 Sheep – Will provide 7 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£75 (Cow share) – Will provide families in need with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£20 Eid gift – Provide a Yemeni child with an Eid gift

 

 

 

Spread kindness with your Qurbani

What does it mean to do Qurbani the Prophet’s way? It’s about not just offering our sacrifice as a compulsory ritual but to also reflect on and try to embody the teachings of this sacrifice. To hold on to the sunnah of our Prophets and remember that it is an act of worship that we give with sincere intentions with the hope to not only gain Allah’s rewards but to also get closer to Him. Qurbani reminds us to be patient and when we put our trust in Allah, he will not forsake us. Through this offering we help those in need in unity as an ummah and spread kindness which our world needs now more than ever.

Give your Qurbani to Yemen and share the joy of Eid with the Prophet’s (PBUH) people.

£90 Sheep – Will provide 7 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£75 (Cow share) – Will provide 3 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

 

The story behind the sacrifice

Qurbani is from the Arabic word ‘Qurban’ which refers to an act performed to seek God’s pleasure. It is also known as Udh-hiya which is an Arabic word meaning ‘blood sacrifice’.

Every year, during the month of Dhul Hijjah, muslims around the world offer Qurbani by sacrificing an animal. This is not only a celebration but an act of worship, following in the footsteps of Ibrahim (As). Thousands of years ago, Ibrahim (AS) was ordered by Allah (SWT) in a dream to sacrifice his one and only son, Ismail. He accepted the command of Allah (SWT) and told his son Ismail. Ismail (AS) did not hesitate to accept the will of Allah too. A true demonstration of courage, obedience and love for Allah (SWT).

When Ibrahim was about to slaughter his only son, Allah (SWT) sent him a lamb ordering him to spare his son and slaughter the lamb instead. Allah (SWT) was testing him with this command of sacrifice, and Ibrahim (AS) passed the test with obedience, patience, perseverance and a true demonstration of faith. He was ready to sacrifice his only child to please the Almighty Allah (SWT).

This legacy of sacrifice and obedience was taught to us by our beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when he also offered Qurbani in the month of Dhul Hijjah. An act of worship from the sunnah of Ibrahim (AS).

Today, every sane Muslim adult who has more than their basic needs and can afford to pay Qurbani, must pay by sacrificing an animal. If you are eligible to pay Zakat, you must also give Qurbani.

Giving your Qurbani to Yemen will not only allow families to enjoy a nutritious meal on Eid, it could literally save a life.

 

 

 

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Donation Total: $123.76

UnityFM Qurbani Appeal

$3,211 of $96,262 raised

Your country is United States so currency auto changed to US Dollars

 

Qurbani The Prophet’s Way

 

“For every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah, and for every strand of its wool you will receive a reward.” [Al-Tirmidhi]

 

 

Give your Qurbani to Yemen

Qurbani is a great way to share our blessings and maintain the traditions of Hajj season. We can gain extra rewards with our sacrifice and share the joy of Eid with those in need.

Despite years of war, famine and disease our brothers and sisters in Yemen have to also grapple with the coronavirus pandemic. As a result 16 million people in Yemen cannot put food on their table. Some go for days without eating. The country is facing the threat of extinction with a significant number of its population dying from starvation and malnutrition.

Giving your Qurbani to Yemen will not only allow families to enjoy a nutritious meal on Eid, it could literally save a life.

£90 Sheep – Will provide 7 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£75 (Cow share) – Will provide families in need with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£20 Eid gift – Provide a Yemeni child with an Eid gift

 

 

 

Spread kindness with your Qurbani

What does it mean to do Qurbani the Prophet’s way? It’s about not just offering our sacrifice as a compulsory ritual but to also reflect on and try to embody the teachings of this sacrifice. To hold on to the sunnah of our Prophets and remember that it is an act of worship that we give with sincere intentions with the hope to not only gain Allah’s rewards but to also get closer to Him. Qurbani reminds us to be patient and when we put our trust in Allah, he will not forsake us. Through this offering we help those in need in unity as an ummah and spread kindness which our world needs now more than ever.

Give your Qurbani to Yemen and share the joy of Eid with the Prophet’s (PBUH) people.

£90 Sheep – Will provide 7 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

£75 (Cow share) – Will provide 3 families with 3.5kg of Qurbani meat each.

 

The story behind the sacrifice

Qurbani is from the Arabic word ‘Qurban’ which refers to an act performed to seek God’s pleasure. It is also known as Udh-hiya which is an Arabic word meaning ‘blood sacrifice’.

Every year, during the month of Dhul Hijjah, muslims around the world offer Qurbani by sacrificing an animal. This is not only a celebration but an act of worship, following in the footsteps of Ibrahim (As). Thousands of years ago, Ibrahim (AS) was ordered by Allah (SWT) in a dream to sacrifice his one and only son, Ismail. He accepted the command of Allah (SWT) and told his son Ismail. Ismail (AS) did not hesitate to accept the will of Allah too. A true demonstration of courage, obedience and love for Allah (SWT).

When Ibrahim was about to slaughter his only son, Allah (SWT) sent him a lamb ordering him to spare his son and slaughter the lamb instead. Allah (SWT) was testing him with this command of sacrifice, and Ibrahim (AS) passed the test with obedience, patience, perseverance and a true demonstration of faith. He was ready to sacrifice his only child to please the Almighty Allah (SWT).

This legacy of sacrifice and obedience was taught to us by our beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when he also offered Qurbani in the month of Dhul Hijjah. An act of worship from the sunnah of Ibrahim (AS).

Today, every sane Muslim adult who has more than their basic needs and can afford to pay Qurbani, must pay by sacrificing an animal. If you are eligible to pay Zakat, you must also give Qurbani.

Giving your Qurbani to Yemen will not only allow families to enjoy a nutritious meal on Eid, it could literally save a life.

 

 

 

$
 
The current exchange rate is 1.00 GBP equals 1.38 USD.
Select Payment Method
Personal Info

Credit Card Info
This is a secure SSL encrypted payment.
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Reclaim Gift Aid

Gift Aid It!Add 25% more to your donation at no cost to you. A Gift Aid declaration allows Mercy Relief to claim tax back on eligible donations. It means that for every £1 you donate to Mercy Relief we can claim back 25p, at no extra cost to you.

By ticking the "Yes" box, I agree I would like Mercy Relief to reclaim the tax on all qualifying donations I have made, as well as any future donations, until I notify them otherwise. I understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year I may be asked to pay any difference. I understand that Mercy Relief will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that I give.

Donation Total: $123.76