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14 November 2017 / 24. Safar 1439

Eid al Hajj 1437/2016: Arrange your Qurbani with us

Posted on Wed, 2016-07-27 16:27

‘And proclaim the hajj to people: they shall come to you on foot and on lean camels coming from distant places, that they may witness the benefits for them, and mention Allah’s Name during the known days over the livestock He has provided them. So eat thereof, and feed the destitute.”  (Holy Qur’an 22:27-28)

 

On the occasion of Eid al-Hajj, The World Federation is now taking orders to facilitate Qurbanis (sacrifice of a goat) performed on your behalf.

 

Goat Qurbanis will take place in Tanzania and/or Kenya and the meat will be distributed among the needy, including widows and orphans.  The meat will provide these families with dietary benefits and link them to people around the world who are thinking of them during the Eid al Hajj celebration.

 

COST OF QURBANI
All Qurbani requests will be carried out on goats. However, The World Federation reserves the right to make any changes in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

ANIMAL

PRICE PER QURBANI

Goat

(Kenya/Tanzania)

GBP £30

USD $39

CAD $51

ORDER BY: 

17 AUGUST 2016

(13 Dhul Qa’dah 1437)

ORDER ONLINE OR BY PHONE

DEADLINE FOR ORDERS
Whilst Qurbanis can be arranged year round, the closing date for those wanting it done on time for Eid al Hajj is 17 August 2016 / 13 Dhul Qa’dah 1437.

 

TO ORDER YOUR QURBANI

To order your Qurbani, order online or contact us at:

 

Order Online

Order by Phone

The World Federation

Click here

+44 (0) 20 8954 9881

Council of European Jamaats

Click here

+44 (0) 20 8696 5200

For more information, please email relief@world-federation.org


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