Qurbani with Confidence
Qurbani With Confidence
At Imran Khan Cancer Appeal, we are committed to upholding the highest standards when processing your Qurbani order.
From the moment you place your order to distributing the meat, we make every effort to ensure your Qurbani is delivered in line with the Sunnah. We even take steps to maintain the environment by collecting and recycling the leftover animal hides.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
Placing Your Order
Our staff are committed to helping you get the best value for your Qurbani. We have a long-standing relationship with local farms and abattoirs, allowing us to offer highly competitive prices. This year, you can get started with your Qurbani for as little as £45 for a share in a cow. Our rates for 2023 are as follows:Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
Selecting Your Animal
We take extra care to ensure that the livestock we purchase on your behalf is healthy, of the right age, and without any flaws that could make your Qurbani void. Our staff personally visit the farms we work with and carefully inspect every animal.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
On the first day of Eid, after Salah (prayer) has been performed, your Qurbani animal is slaughtered under strict supervision and according to the Shari’ah ruling on halal. The entire process is carried out in a humane and ethical manner in the best quality abattoirs.
We do not work with cheap slaughterhouses, where bad practices, poor conditions or a lack of monitoring could make your Qurbani invalid.
Cheap slaughterhouses are often a place of distress for animals, which does not align with the Sunnah.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
Processing And Packaging
The meat from your Qurbani is divided into portions of 5-10 kg and carefully frozen to maintain freshness. It is then packaged and transported under controlled temperatures to some of the poorest neighbourhoods in Pakistan. All the necessary precautions are taken to ensure the meat reaches needy families in perfect condition, even in the hot summer months when it can spoil quickly.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
82,000 FAMILIES IN 2022
Thanks to your generosity last year, we were able to bring hope and sustenance to some of Pakistan’s most impoverished communities.
Your donations allowed us to distribute 492,000 kgs of meat to over 82,000 families.
The price you paid for your Qurbani covered the full cost of the animal, the supervised sacrifice, and the distribution of the meat. We made no profit on your order.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
LEFTOVER ANIMAL HIDES
After Eid ul-Adha, there is a surplus of animal hides left over from all the thousands of Qurbanis performed across Pakistan. These are normally buried, or otherwise badly disposed of, but our staff take to the streets each year to collect and sell them for a small profit.
The money raised from this clean-up drive is put back into Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, so that we can offer free cancer treatment to even more people in need.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
READY TO BOOK YOUR QURBANI?
Qurbani is time sensitive, and we encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment!
We can accept new requests up to and on the 8th day of Dhul Hijjah – two days before Eid ul-Adha. Ordering is easy, just book online today or give us a call at +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.Offer a share in a cow for £45 Sacrifice a goat/sheep for £97 Sacrifice a cow for £315
Did you know that we’re working to complete our third and largest cancer hospital in Karachi next year? Join our race to the finish line by adding a small Sadaqah Jariyah donation to your Qurbani this year. Find out more.