Book your Qurbani with Imran Khan Cancer Appeal and become a lifeline for the poorest people in Pakistan this Eid ul-Adha.Sacrifice a share in a cow for £50 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £115 Sacrifice a cow for £350
For these families Eid ul-Adha may be the only time they can eat meat this year. Don’t let them go hungry. Book your Qurbani with us today.
Over 25 years of quality and trust
At IKCA, we do not risk compromising the validity of your Qurbani.
The practice of our Prophet (pbuh) was always to offer the fattest, healthiest and most handsome looking animal in sacrifice to Allah (swt). This is why Imran Khan Cancer Appeal is careful to purchase only good quality animals and work with professional abattoirs.
It is neither their flesh nor their blood that reaches Allah; it is your piety that reaches Him. -The Holy Qur’an 22:37
To ensure your Qurbani is performed correctly and according to the practices of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), our staff in Pakistan are involved in monitoring the Qurbani process every step of the way:
- We check to make sure all animals intended for Qurbani are healthy and of the correct age.
- We do not take the risk of working with cheaper slaughterhouses, where poor work conditions could compromise the validity of your religious obligation.
- We oversee the slaughtering, skinning and processing of the meat in a professional, sanitised environment.
- We monitor the packaging of your Qurbani meat, which is blast frozen to ensure freshness and transported under controlled temperatures.
- We are there when your Qurbani is distributed to the neediest in our community.
We make sure 100% of your donation is spent on your Qurbani.
Imran Khan Cancer Appeal does not profit from carrying out your Qurbani. The price you pay covers the full cost of your preferred Qurbani animal as well as the work that goes into carrying out the sacrifice. For over 25 years, donors seeking to perform their sacrifice with sincere faith and without cutting corners have trusted us to offer their best for Allah (swt).
You will not attain righteousness, unless you give of that which you love; and whatever thing you spend, Allah surely knows it. -The Holy Qur’an 3:92
For peace of mind, read more about our Qurbani process here or visit our FAQs here.
Thank you for working with us last year
In 2020, Imran Khan Cancer Appeal delivered 430,000 kgs of Qurbani meat to 70,000 families for whom hunger is a daily reality.
Our supporters from around world donated a total of 12,600 cow shares and 2,026 goats to feed the underprivileged in Peshawar (Bannu), Multan, Sheikhupura, Sialkot, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Karachi and Hyderabad. Find out more.
Unfortunately, Eid ul-Adha will be challenging for a lot more families this year. Book your Qurbani with us and become a lifeline for the hardest hit by the global crisis.Sacrifice a share in a cow for £50 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £115 Sacrifice a cow for £350
Book online for 2021
Remember, Qurbani donations are time-sensitive and the last day that we can accept them is the day before Youm al-Arafah – two days before Eid ul-Adha.
We do not take Qurbani orders on the day before Eid ul-Adha so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Book online or call +44 (0)1274 424 444. Please ensure you provide the names of those on whose behalf the sacrifice will be carried out.
Take advantage of the best rates from the best farmers and abattoirs.
At IKCA we make the right decision to pay more to ensure good quality and a fair exchange with suppliers, we still want the best market value for our donors. Fortunately, due to our long-standing relationship with local farmers and abattoirs, we have the best rates for our Qurbani prices again this year. If you can afford to pay a little bit more, we need urgent funds to complete the build of the Karachi Hospital so please consider adding a small Sadaqah donation to your Qurbani order.Sacrifice a share in a cow for £50 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £115 Sacrifice a cow for £350
What is Qurbani?
Qurbani is the religious practice of sacrificing livestock during Eid ul-Adha.
It is a tradition that comes to us from the Prophet Ibrahim (as) and his son Ismail (as). It reminds us of the great sacrifice both were willing to make, their strength of faith, and of God’s favour and mercy upon the believers. So, is it compulsory – fard?
The four main schools of thought rule that Qurbani is either necessary – wajib, or highly recommended but voluntary – sunnah mu’akkadah, for every Muslim who is of sane mind and has reached the age of puberty and, has a level of wealth beyond the current nisab threshold. If you are travelling, you are exempt.
The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said that a believer who performs Qurbani in sincerity will reap a reward for every hair of the animal he/she sacrifices. (Tirmidhi)
In the event that one is unable to carry out the sacrifice during Eid, he/she should donate the value of a sacrificial animal.
There is no money more cherished than that money which is spent for Qurbani on the day of Eid. (At-Tabarani)
To find out more, watch the story of Qurbani here.