By donating a Prophetic Qurbani, you have the opportunity to double your rewards
feeding twice as many people, as well as helping someone else fulfil their Qurbani obligations when they are struggling to do so themselves.
What is a Prophetic Qurbani?
A Prophetic Qurbani is when an individual pays for an extra Qurbani in honour of the Prophet (SAW) on behalf of someone else. Prophetic Qurbani is not given in your own name.
The Impact of a Prophetic Qurbani
A Prophetic Qurbani means that you can help ensure that as many people as possible are being fed over the days of Eid al-Adha. Not only this, but a Prophetic Qurbani donation is incredibly valuable in the eyes of Allah (SWT), meaning you may be able to reap additional rewards for such. A Prophetic Qurbani is a gift that keeps on giving.
The Prophet (saw) used to give a second Qurbani on behalf of the needy who could not afford it.
Alhamdulillah, there is wisdom in everything our beloved Prophet Muhammed (saw) did.
Follow the Sunnah and give Qurbani in honour of the Prophet (SAW) for just £25. Bring more joy to orphans and widows in impoverished communities this Eid al-Adha.
Note: Prophetic Qurbani is an extra qurbani in honour of the Prophet (saw). Prophetic Qurbani is not given in your own name.
If you love Allah then follow me and Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.
Your Qurbani Brought Light to Noor's Home
“My children were thrilled when we received meat after a very long time.
Feed twice as many with Prophetic Qurbani
With your Prophetic Qurbani, you will feed twice as many starving orphans and widows this Eid al-Adha. Thanks to our family of global partners, last year we delivered over ONE MILLION Qurbani meals in more than 10 countries worldwide, including Palestine and Jammu and Kashmir.
Orphans in Need promises to carry out your Qurbani according to Islamic principles, meaning our animals are healthy, cared for, and prepared for Qurbani after the Eid prayers.
We will deliver the fresh meat over the days of Eid, so orphan and widow families can enjoy the festivities with the Ummah.