Your Qurbani can
Bring joy and happiness to a family
What is Qurbani?
Qurbani means sacrifice. Every year during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah (10th, 11th, and 12th day), Muslims around the world slaughter an animal – a goat, sheep, cow or camel – to reflect Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail, for God’s sake.
Where is Projects for Humanity performing the sacrifices?
Projects for Humanity will sacrifice in different regions of Bangladesh.
What is covered in my donation?
One Qurbani is equivalent to 1 goat/sheep or 1/7 of a cow.
How does Projects for Humanity handle Qurbani and distribution?
Projects for Humanity volunteers selects animals adhering to Islamic guidelines and protocols then performs the sacrifice, portions and packages the meat, and finally distributes it to local people who are most in need.
How will Projects for Humanity perform sacrifices during COVID-19?
Projects for Humanity volunteers will take all necessary precautions given the current COVID-19 circumstance.
How much meat does each family receive, and how many people does it feed?
Each family will receive on average 2kg-3kg, this feeds roughly a family of 5.
Are the names of the donors spoken out loud during the sacrifice?
Projects for Humanity does not say specific names out loud due to the high number of donors, and some wishing to stay anonymous. However, a general statement of “Sacrifice for the donors who contributed to the P4H Qurbani campaign” is spoken out loud. Scholars have approved the sacrifice without the names as long as the intention of the person was made.
What is the impact of Qurbani?
Your Qurbani donation helps the orphans, widows, elderly, poverty-stricken people many of whom enjoy the luxury of eating meat once a year on this occasion.
When is the deadline to give Qurbani donations?
Projects for Humanity will take donations until July 10, 2022.