Some of the blessings we have is that we can decide to have a halal steak dinner today or any day of the week.
However, the underprivileged families that we serve cannot. Some only cook meat once a month.
“Whoever relieves a believer’s distress of the distressful aspects of this world, Allah will rescue him from a difficulty of the difficulties of the Hereafter. Whoever alleviates [the situation of] one in dire straits who cannot repay his debt, Allah will alleviate his lot in both this world and in the Hereafter. Whoever conceals [the faults of] a Muslim, Allah will conceal [his faults] in this life and the Hereafter. (Muslim)
Give the gift of halal meat to those less fortunate than you. ICNA Relief ensures that our refugee brothers and sisters and families struggling financially get Qurbani meat so they can have a good Eid, too.
If you wish to make multiple Qurbani on behalf of more than one person, please list all names in the “Comments” section during the checkout process.
Do I Give Qurbani?
Are you a Muslim, mature in age, and can you afford to give Qurbani/Udhiya? If so, yes!
How much do I give?
The general consensus is that each mature, sane, adult Muslim who can afford Qurbani should give at least one animal in sacrifice. The animal can be a goat or a sheep. In the case of a cow, because it is such a large animal, a share of a cow would suffice.
Is there a maximum Qurbani?
There is never a maximum to charity. Please give as much as you’d like and Allah will ensure you are rewarded for your giving.
Can I give Qurbani on behalf of someone?
Yes! The more, the better. If you’d like their name noted, please add it to the “comments” section when processing your transaction.