The IKCA Pakistan Challenge Starts Now

How far would you go to save a life? This weekend, volunteers from around the world will be embarking on an adventure through Gilgit-Baltistan, for IKCA’s first ever Pakistan trekking challenge. Their mission: to bring Imran Khan’s Cancer Appeal to

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Is Your Qurbani in line with the Sunnah?

With Dhul Hijjah around the corner, most of us have already started shopping around for a charity to offer our Qurbani with. But when entrusting our Qurbani to an aid organisation, do we stop to think about their reliability? And

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Qurbani with IKCA. Qurbani with Confidence

At IKCA, we make no profit on carrying out your Qurbani. Which is precisely why our donors come back every year, to sacrifice with us. IKCA’s annual Qurbani efforts are a service we provide for the dedicated donors and volunteers,

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Watch the Story of Qurbani

The story of Qurbani began before Islam. It is a tradition that comes to us from the Prophet Ibrahim (as) and his son, Ismail (as). The story of Qurbani reminds us of the great sacrifice both prophets were willing to

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The IKCA Qurbani Quiz

Did you know that IKCA make no profit on carrying out your Qurbani? For this reason, we’re asking donors if they can spare a little something extra this Eid, as a sadaqah to our patients at Shaukat Khanum Hospital. Find

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The Conditions of Qurbani

Not adhering to the conditions of Qurbani, can make your sacrifice void. Here we’ve listed those frequently asked questions about the conditions that Qurbani must adhere to accordin to the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah.  What animals can be sacrifice for Qurbani?

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How free cancer care saved Jayson Haroon’s life

“My biggest fear was not being able to afford my son’s hospital stay and treatment expenses. But Shaukat Khanum staff informed me that the treatment and stay were already all paid for…” – Jayson’s father, Mr. Haroon. When the pain

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Your Zakat saved my son’s life

Waqar Ahmed comes from an average, working class family in Lahore. For his parents, who struggle to make ends meet, Waqar’s cancer diagnosis in 2011, felt like a death sentence for their only son. Waqar was 11 years old when

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