Qurbani 2021

Donate your Qurbani for £29 and gift joy to those in need this Eid al Adha by providing fresh meat and nutritious meals.
£ 2,071.30

Donate Your Qurbani

Delivered to 100% Islamic Principles


    Prophetic Qurbani

    Prophetic Qurbani – 2 Qurbani Shares

    Small Animal

    Small Animal


    Family Qurbani – 7 Qurbani Shares


Honour the tradition of Prophet Ibrahim (as) and fulfil your obligation of Qurbani with Global One from £29. Your act of worship will help provide fresh meat and nutritious meals to those in need across Asia and Africa.

Qurbani is a religious obligation in Islam, and is a reminder of Prophet Ibrahim’s (as) willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail (as), for the sake of Allah (swt). It is due on each and every Muslim who meets the nisab threshold for Zakat.

Global one and its partners carry out your Qurbani during the days of Eid al Adha to 100% Islamic Principles. We locally source the best and healthiest animals, ensure the Zibah is carried out correctly and guarantee that quality protein-filled fresh meat and hot nutritious meals are delivered directly to those who need it most.

Fulfil your Qurbani for the sake of Allah (swt) in the sacred month of Dhul Hijjah and receive its rewards, all for just £29.

“It is a Sunnah of your Father Ibrahim (as). For every hair of the Qurbani you receive a reward from Allah (swt)”


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Types of Qurbani

Qurbani – £29

For just £29, your Qurbani fulfils your personal religious obligation and will provide a share of a large animal in Asia or Africa.

Prophetic Qurbani – £58

Follow the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) and provide a Qurbani for yourself and one on behalf of his ummah for those who cannot afford to do it themselves, doubling your gift to those who need it most. Donate both for £58.

Small Animal – £60

You can choose to donate a small animal such as a goat or a lamb in Africa, fulfilling one qurbani sacrifice for only £60.

Family Qurbani – £195

Fulfil a Qurbani sacrifice for yourself as well as those who are dependent on you by giving a large animal for sacrifice, providing 7 shares for up to 7 people for just £195. Your family sharing their sacrifice with multiple families living in poverty.

Rohingya Qurbani – £70

Fulfilling your sacrifice for £70 provides a Qurbani share for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Over a million refugees fled violence in Myanmar and are in packed camps across Bangladesh living with hunger and malnutrition.

Pakistan Qurbani – £70

Qurbani’s are carried out in Pakistan for £70, where Eid al Adha is the only time of the year where many get an opportunity to gain protein filled meat for their diets, providing them with much needed nutrition.

Bangladesh Qurbani – £70

Your Qurbani share is provided in Bangladesh, a country densely populated, where poverty is rife and millions go to bed hungry every night.  For just £70 you can provide for families in need.

Large Animal: Camel – £750

A large animal Qurbani can provide up to 7 shares of a Camel in the heart of Africa. Sacrifice of this large, healthy animal provides ample tender protein filled meat to those in need living remotely. You can donate this Qurbani for £750.

Qurbani to those in need

Over 820 million people go to bed huger every night. Millions across the world face incredible hardship. Struggling to survive, they are victims due to war, drought, famine, displacement and natural disasters.

Coronavirus has increased the impact of food poverty and those who were already struggling for daily supplies have been even more drastically impacted, leaving an estimated extra 250 million unable to put food on their tables.  

The most vulnerable families need your help just to find food this Eid. Your Qurbani can bring relief and sustenance to those families across Asia and Africa. 

Qurbani Guide

What is Qurbani

Qurbani is a religious sacrifice of an animal, following in the footsteps of our Prophet Ibrahim (as) and his devotion to Allah (swt). Qurbani means offering and is the ritual of sacrificing an animal, a goat, sheep, cow or camel.

Why do Muslim give Qurbani?

Muslims around the world have performed Qurbani to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s (AS) sacrifice, who was willing to sacrifice his son for the sake of Allah (SWT) to show his devotion and obedience to our creator.

When is it carried out

Qurbani sacrifices happen every year made after Eid prayers on the morning of the 10th up until sunset of the 13th day of Dhul Hijjah, the 12th month of the Islamic calendar.

Who has to give it

Qurbani is obligatory upon every able-bodied, sane adult Muslim who has wealth in excess to their needs, above the nisab value used for Zakat.

What happens to the meat

Global One and its partners work hard to ensure that all your Qurbani meat from each sacrifice is distributed during the days of Eid al Adha to those living in poverty across Asia and Africa.

How is Qurbani carried out

Global One understands the amanah we take on to fulfil your religious obligation. We and are partners take extra care to ensure all Qurbanis are carried out to 100% Islamic Principles, meaning they are carried out within the days of Eid al Adha, only healthy animals are used, the sacrifice is done as per the requirements of Zibah and that the meat is distributed to the poor and needy.

When should I give my Qurbani

You can make payments right up until the end of third day after Eid before Maghrib. Global One and it’s partners have already purchased the animals to be slaughtered and will be carrying out qurbanis during these days. It is better though to give as early as possible.  

How do I give my Qurbani

You can perform Qurbani with Global One and donating online at GlobalOne.org.uk or by calling our donation hotline on 03000 11 33 33.

Can I do more than one Qurbani

Only one Qurbani is obligatory but you can undertake more if you wish. Prophet Muhammad (saw) himself carried out multiple Qurbani for himself and those in the ummah who cannot afford to do so.

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