The meat is distributed to those who struggle daily, reminding them that they are not forgotten. The smiles on their faces, the warmth in their heartsā€”these are the true fruits of Qurban. As we gather with family and friends, let us celebrate this beautiful tradition, knowing that our sacrifice echoes across borders, uniting us in a shared purpose: to alleviate suffering and spread joy. šŸŒŸšŸ™šŸ‘

Sharing BlessingsĀ In the spirit of Qurban, we come together to share blessings and multiply joy. The act of sacrifice transcends mere ritualā€”it becomes a bridge connecting hearts. As we prepare to offer our sacrifice, we remember the story of Ibrahim (Abraham) and his unwavering faith. Just as he was willing to sacrifice his son, we too offer our best, seeking closeness to Allah and compassion for those less fortunate. The joy lies not only in the act itself but also in the knowledge that our sacrifice reaches those in need, bringing sustenance, warmth, and hope.


Qurban, also known as Udhiyah, is the Islamic tradition of sacrificing an animal during Eid al-Adha to commemorate the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to Allah. The meat from the sacrificed animal is then distributed among family, friends, and those in need.

Every Muslim who has reached the age of puberty and can afford it is encouraged to perform Qurban. It is a highly recommended Sunnah, though in some schools of thought it is considered obligatory for those who can afford it.

The animals eligible for Qurban are typically sheep, goats, cows, and camels. These animals must be healthy and meet certain age requirements: sheep and goats must be at least one year old, cows must be at least two years old, and camels must be at least five years old.

Our Share Qurban program allows you to donate towards the purchase of livestock. We partner with local farmers to ensure the animals are healthy and Sharia-compliant. On Eid al-Adha, the animals are sacrificed, and the meat is distributed to underprivileged communities across the world.

  • Ā Ethical Sourcing: We ensure that all animals are treated humanely and slaughtered according to Islamic guidelines.
  • Wide Reach: Our distribution network ensures that the meat reaches those who need it most, both locally and internationally.
  • You can donate through our website at ( or by sent message to +61 420 787 708. We accept various payment methods for your convenience, such as PayPal, Bank Transfer or trough credit/debit card in our website.

  • Yes, you can choose between cows, goats/sheep for your Qurban. Each type of animal has different pricing, and you can select the one that best fits your preference and budget.

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