Qurbani Pricing Checklist


Many charities offer cut-price Qurbani deals in the run up to Eid ul-Adha. While competition can be a good thing, we also need to consider the validity of the sacrifice we are making. Here are some key factors to consider as you shop around for the best rates and service.

Offer a share in a cow for £60 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £128 Sacrifice a cow for £420



Booking Qurbani with a charity is a big responsibility. The charity you choose must be committed to upholding the highest standards of Shari’ah, otherwise the validity of your sacrifice could be compromised.

Unfortunately, to increase their orders, many organisations participate in a ‘race to the bottom’ by offering cut-price deals. While discounts are tempting, donors should also be confident that the animals and slaughterhouses on offer meet the special conditions of the Sunnah and the Shari’ah ruling on halal.

With Imran Khan Cancer Appeal, you can trust that:

  • Each animal we select for you is healthy and of the correct age.
  • The slaughtering process is humane and follows halal guidelines.
  • The meat is processed in a hygienic and professional environment.
  • The highest standards of packaging and transportation are followed, so that the meat remains fresh upon delivery.
  • Litter from leftover animal hides is cleared after Eid ul-Adha.
Offer a share in a cow for £60 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £128 Sacrifice a cow for £420



When the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) wanted to offer a sacrifice, he brought two large, fat, horned, black-and-white, castrated rams. He slaughtered one on behalf of his nation […] and he slaughtered the other on behalf of Muhammad and the family of Muhammad (ﷺ). (Sunan Ibn Majah)

The Prophet (ﷺ) lived a humble life and would often go hungry for days. Yet many hadiths describe that when it came to Eid ul-Adha, he gave the best of what he had: two fat animals of the finest pedigree, setting an example for us to do the same.

If your finances are limiting your Qurbani spend this year, that is understandable. If you can afford to spend more, it is important to bear in mind that being miserly is never acceptable.

And Allah (SWT) knows our intentions best.

Offer a share in a cow for £60 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £128 Sacrifice a cow for £420



And we ransomed him with a great sacrifice. And we left for him [favourable mention] among later generations. Peace be upon Ibrahim. (The Holy Qur’an 37:107)

The story of Qurbani is a timeless reminder of faith, humility, and obedience to Allah (SWT). When asked by the Almighty, Ibrahim (AS) showed his willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice without hesitation. Allah (SWT) was pleased, and showered Ibrahim (AS) with blessings and praise in return.

During Eid ul-Adha, we are presented with an opportunity to earn blessings and rewards for ourselves and our loved ones. Why squander this chance by choosing the cheapest option over quality?

At Imran Khan Cancer Appeal, we recognise the significance of your Qurbani and ensure 100% of your donation is spent on performing your sacrifice. We do not make a profit on your order.

Book online today or call +44 (0)1274 424 444 during office hours and provide us with the names of those on whose behalf the sacrifice will be carried out. Orders will be accepted up to and on the day of Eid ul-Adha.

Offer a share in a cow for £60 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £128 Sacrifice a cow for £420

The walk-in clinic at our new cancer hospital in Karachi is now open to patients in Sindh and Southern Balochistan. Can you add a small Sadaqah Jariyah donation to your Qurbani order and help us reach even more construction milestones this year? Find out more.


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