You can bring a smile to the face of an orphaned child for just £20. Your donation can provide items such as food, clothing, and toys, ensuring that a child living in the most desperate circumstances can feel the joy of opening a gift this Eid.
Eid al-Adha follows the great pilgrimage to Hajj at the time of Qurbani. In commemoration of this important pilgrimage, older family members tend to give thankfully received presents to children and young adults in the family.
Eid presents for children often include delicious snacks to indulge in, Eidi (money), and gifts that encourage meaningful use, such as activity books and notepads.
Hajj, the greater pilgrimage, is an honour to perform. During Dhul Hijjah, Eid al-Adha is celebrated, so pilgrims must sacrifice their Qurbani while on Hajj, and others who are not on Hajj must make their sacrifices, too. Find out more about Qurbani here.
Eid al-Adha is the greater Eid and is celebrated all around the world. Sadly, many orphans in poorer countries are not able to enjoy Eid after having lost their parents, but you can donate to ensure they feel loved by giving them an Eid gift!
Orphaned children are going without Eid presents and food this Eid in 2023. You can bring a smile to the face of an orphaned child for just £20 by giving them an Eid Gift, which can deliver necessities including food, clothing, and toys, promising that a desperate child in need can experience the delight of an Eid gift. Please donate your Qurbani Eid 2023 donation with Orphans in Need.
Your contributions will enable Orphans in Need to provide orphaned children with an Eid gift this year. Please donate today so that a child in need can smile this Eid.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: None of you will believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself. [Bukhari and Muslim] Eid al-Adha 2023 is expected to fall on 28 June. Have a blessed Eid with your own loved ones while allowing orphans to enjoy the special day, too.
Giving to others is one of the most important things you can do in the Muslim faith; not only does it bring joy to those in need, but it means you can reap the rewards and secure your place in Jannah.
Ibtesam Altarabilsy lives in North Gaza-Beit Lahia in Palestine with his mother, 3 brothers and 3 sisters. Ibtesam was attending school before receiving sponsorship but now due to your support Ibtesam is doing very well and is studying at university.”
As part of our visit to Sierra Leone we spoke to many children in the hope of finding out more about the lives of orphans in Freetown. We asked the usual questions about their favourite subjects, their hobbies and what they want to be when they grow up.
Yusupha is the mother of 4 children. Yusupha’s husband passed away in 2015 from a stroke after this, she became a widow and her children became orphans. Because there was now no sole breadwinner in the family, Yusupha struggled to provide food. Her daily income only carried the family through a day or two at most.