Every year, Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha.
Eid-ul-Adha marks the completion of the pilgrimage to Mecca by Muslims from all around the world on the tenth day of the Islamic Month of Zul Haj. To properly end the pilgrimage, Muslims sacrifice an animal, this is known as Qurbani. The reason sacrifices are made, is for a specific reason. It is to remember the Prophet Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son Ishmael. Reflecting this, Muslims make a sacrifice of an animal.
Humanity First has made it so that there are facilities available for Muslims to make this sacrifice. For many years, Humanity First has had this to support Muslims. And not just this but the sacrifice that Muslims make will help those in need. The Qurbani programme for Humanity First offers multiple levels of sacrifice. One of them is 1/7th of a Cow which is £60 and there is also a goat which is £120. Also, there is the option of a Full Cow which is £400. This is perfect for Muslims who wish to offer a sacrifice and also give to those in need. A perfect system for Eid-ul-Adha. Last year, Humanity First was even able to provide over 548,286 beneficiaries in 56 countries for Qurbani.
If you’re a Muslim looking for a way to make a sacrifice and also make a difference in someone’s life at the same time, you can do so with Humanity First Qurbani at https://hfuk.org/eid-qurbani/