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Qurbani – Eid-ul-Adha

Qurbani – Eid-ul-Adha

Help feed communities in need this Eid by giving your Qurbani to families across Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania.

The deadline for ordering Hajj Qurbani is 16th June 2023.

This year, we will be distributing goat Qurbani to those in need, including widows and orphans, throughout Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, many of whom cannot afford meat throughout the year.

The meat will provide families with dietary benefits and connect them to people around the world who are thinking of them during the Eid Al-Hajj celebration.

We are now taking orders to facilitate Qurbani performed on your behalf on the blessed occasion of Eid Al-Hajj.


AUD  $75  for one Qurbani in Kenya, Uganda, or Tanzania

Whilst Qurbani can be arranged all year round, to ensure it is done in time during Eid Al-Hajj, orders can only be placed during a certain time frame.

The deadline for ordering Hajj Qurbani is 16th June 2023.

All Qurbani requests will be carried out on goats.

Imam Hasan Foundation reserves the right to make any changes in the event of unforeseen circumstances.


Qurbani is the religious practice of sacrificing an animal in the way of Allah (swt), whose meat is then distributed among deprived communities for eating.

On a spiritual level, this act symbolises a human beings willingness to give up or detach from those barriers (such as wealth, pride, arrogance) which weaken our faith and hold us back from seeking closeness to Allah (swt). It is a time for people to reflect on what changes we need to make within ourselves to become better human beings.

‘(if you wonder why Allah Needs your Qurbani’s flesh/blood?) It is not their flesh or their blood that reaches Allah. Rather, it is your God-wariness (sacrificial spirit to revere & obey him) that reaches Him (& raises you close to Him)…’ (Surah Al-Hajj, 22:37)

Imam Hasan Foundation in partnership with WF-AID facilitates Qurbani, which is carried out on sheep or goats and the meat is distributed to families in need across different regions.



The practice of Qurbani can be traced back to Prophet Ibraham’s (as) willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail (as), as an act of submission to Allah’s (swt) command; at the time of the great sacrifice, Allah (swt) intervened to provide Ibraham with a lamb to sacrifice instead, the Qurbani.

Qurbani was performed by the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and therefore became an obligatory practice for Hajj Pilgrims. In keeping with the practice of Qurbani,  we will facilitate the slaughtering of goats on behalf of individuals who could not perform the Hajj but wish to gain the benefits from the Qurbani.

With your donation, we can bring smiles to the faces of families in need of our support. Like every year, your donation will help us to reach out and support more communities in the Ummah.

Donate your Qurbani with IMAM HASAN FOUNDATION and give families a reason to smile.