The forthcoming Eid-ul-Adhaa reminds us again of the sacrifice that prophet Ibrahim (as) was willing to make in obedience to the command of the Al-mighty Allah.
On this day of celebration every Muslim is accepted to give his thought to our less fortunate brother and sister and their families in various parts of the world who are victims of poverty, natural disaster and war.
ZAYTUN WELFARE TRUST Organizes Qur’bani behalf of British Muslim and the Qur’bani meat to reach the needy people to bring some happiness and delight to their hearts and home the reward is as described by the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) who said;
THE QURBANI IS FOR THE ONE WHO DOES IT AND HE IS REWRDED FOR EACH OF THE ANIMALS HAIR” (Related in Tirmidhi)
The Qur’bani is performed in Bangladesh, Kashmir, Pakistan, Sri Lank, India and other country where the need is utmost. We also arrange to provide a needy family with and Eid Gift package worth £25.00 Zakat and Sadaqa donated to Zaytun are utilized to provide various facilities to the needy.
Poor people in many destitute areas cannot afford to buy meat throughout the year and they are waiting with eagerness for this occasion,
So please join us this year, share your Qur’bani with some of the poorest people in south Asia.
You can donate either way by cheque post to our address or deposit your donation in a bank.
You can also make online donation following the link below.
|1||Bangladesh||Sheep £65.00||Full cow £350.00||Share £50.00|
|2||Sri Lanka||Sheep £60.00||Full cow £390.00||Share £56.00|
|3||Pakistan / Kashmir||Sheep £75.00||Full Cow £380.00||Share £55.00|
|4||India||Sheep £75.00||Full Cow £350.00||Share £50.00|
|5||Rohingya refugees Bangladesh||Sheep £70.00||Full cow £350.00||Share £50.00|
There are so many poor people who cannot purchase meat a single day throughout the year. For many poor people, the luxury of eating meat is only possible once a year.Qurbani1 Zaytun can undertake your ‘Qurbani’ to feed the poor at the most joyous of times – Eid. Zaytun has provided Qurbani for over 300 families. Qurbani of a cow costs £200 and a sheep just £50.