Qurbani Donations

Donate your Qurbani for £29 and provide 57 meals to a family living in poverty next Eid


Donate your Qurbani


The Prophet (saw) said: “It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (as). For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (swt).”

7 Years Delivering Qurbani to the Poorest Communities

Qurbani 2018 has been a Great Success

This year your donations helped us deliver more than 3.5 million Qurbani meals to those in need in over 100 locations across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. This year, for the first time, we also delivered your Qurbani to those struggling to make ends meet here at home in the UK.


Our international reach is extending every day and this is an astonishing achievement made possible only by the loyal and continuous support of donors like you.


The Penny Appeal Promise

We at Penny Appeal take your right of Qurbani seriously. That's why we source and slaughter the healthiest animals with your donation, maintaining your duty as a Muslim and guaranteeing your money reaches those who need it most.

Our one simple price of £29 ensures your Qurbani is sourced from trusted farmers and supplied to those most in need. In 2019, make Eid ul Adha extra special for those living in food poverty and hunger. From Asia, Middle-East and Africa, Penny Appeal is working across the world to ensure those living in poverty are supplied with your Qurbani and it is delivered at their convenience. One Qurbani donation can provide over 57 nutritious meals, and supply meat for those that have limited access to it throughout the year.

We promise to maintain high-quality standards in sourcing, ensuring the people most deserving are receiving the meat and to make the Islamic duty of Qurbani overall easier,  more accessible and beneficial for everyone involved. 


What is Qurbani?

Qurbani is the religious sacrifice of a goat & cattle between the 10th and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah, the final month of the Islamic calendar.

It is a sacred act to honour the tradition of the blessed Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as) and their story of sacrifice and devotion to Allah (swt). Sacrificed meat is distributed among the poor and needy across the globe.

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Who is Qurbani Compulsory on?

Qurbani or Udhiyyah holds a special place in Islam. It’s stressed upon in the Quran and Sunnah and is a reminder of Prophet Ibrahim’s devotion and obedience. 

For many scholars, Qurbani is an obligation on all Muslims who possess the Zakat threshold. Despite this, its critical role within Islam is often missed and its tremendous barakah is lost.

Give your Qurbani in Africa, Asia and the Middle East for £29

Donating your Qurbani

By donating your Qurbani for just £29 to Penny Appeal, you’ll be ensuring that families living in poverty will receive meat during the celebratory days of Eid ul Adha.


This year, you can do so much more in your name, gain even more rewards, and feed many more people. We choose only the healthiest of animals for our Qurbanis, whether they are sheep, goats or cattle. We make sure that the fresh, nutritious meat goes straight to the poor, giving families across the world a great tasting meal for Eid-ul-Adha.

Rest assured, all of our animals are reared with plenty of room to roam.  We make sure all our animals are in excellent health and sacrificed in the appropriate Islamic way.



Most importantly, 100% of the meat from your Qurbani will feed desperately hungry people. Many will receive the meat across the days of Eid al-Adha (“Festival of the Sacrifice”) ensuring they can celebrate and rejoice in the Holy time with their families. We have been carrying out your Qurbanis for 7 years, so trust us to make this year your best Qurbani yet.

Last year, we provided 3.2 million meals to impoverished communities across the globe, with your Qurbani. This year, help us spread the joy of Eid to even more people!


This year be part of Penny Appeal's Qurbani

When is Eid-ul-Adha 2019?

The tenth day of the month marks the start of Eid-ul-Adha (also spelled Eid al Adha) and the Feast of the Sacrifice, when every strand of hair on the Qurbani delivers a reward from Allah (swt). In 2019, it will start on the 11th of August and finish, after 4 days, on the 15th.


Dhul Hijjah itself is a very sacred month when the largest annual gathering of people in the world takes place from the 8th-12th for the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and the Kaaba – itself built by Ibrahim (as) and Ismail (as).

Whether you’re celebrating Eid with your loved ones or joining our pilgrim brothers on the sacred journey to Mecca, let us not forget the poor and the needy this Eid.



We are no longer accepting donations for Qurbani 2018. Any donations received will go towards providing Qurbani meat in 2019.