2022 Qurbani Feedback
We closed Eid ul-Adha 2022 with a total of 42,779 Qurbani orders. The Qurbani you offered allowed us to distribute 492,000 Kgs of meat to feed over 82,000 families from Pakistan’s most needy communities.
Following the pandemic and its economic repercussions, the world’s poor have been pushed further into poverty. Our 2022 distribution was focused on reaching Pakistan’s poorest: families and vulnerable people hardest hit financially. For many of them, your Qurbani offering is likely to be the only meat they get to have this year.
See their smiles this Eid ul-Adha in our distribution video.
As with every year, we made no profit on carrying out your Qurbani. The price you paid covered the full cost of your preferred Qurbani animal as well as the work that went into carrying out the sacrifice.
Our Qurbani operations were supervised by our Shaukat Khanum Hospital staff to ensure smooth running and shariah compliance. All the funds we were able to raise from the sales of Qurbani animal hides have gone towards providing free cancer care to needy patients.
Thank you, and May Allah (SWT) accept your sacrifice.
UK Qurbani order summary (last three years)
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As with last year, we took great care during our Qurbani distributions.
With the pandemic still at large, our mission has been twofold:
- To reach people hardest hit by the global crisis, which cost thousands of day labourers in Pakistan their livelihoods and made life even more difficult for the nation’s poorest.
- To ensure our staff delivered your Qurbani to them without creating a health risk! This was particularly important, as so many of our beneficiaries were vulnerable, elderly people.
Masks were worn, social distancing observed and attention to hygiene was our utmost priority. Our beneficiaries were happy to avoid the jostling crowds of previous years, as they organised in queues to receive their meat with dignity and care. With the grace of Allah (swt), your generous support and the hard work of all our staff, many of Pakistan’s poorest families were able to eat meat this Eid ul-Adha, despite all the challenges.
Your choice to offer Qurbani with IKCA is testament to the trust we’ve gained as a responsible charity, not just in the field of cancer treatment, but in ensuring your Qurbani is performed to the highest standard and according to the practices of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Thank you. May Allah (SWT) bless you and accept your Qurbani.Back to Latest News