Udhiya Qurbani is a practice done by Muslim communities across the world to commemorate the sacrifice done by prophet Abraham. It is done during the Eid-ul-Adha holiday, in which goats, sheep, cow and camel are slaughtered and given to the poor and destitute to help spread the joys of the holidays and festivities. It is a great way of fighting poverty as a society on a large scale.
You can help to contribute to this tradition of a sacrificial gift of Udhiya Qurbani. Whether you are Muslim or not, You have the opportunity to provide nourishment for families across the Horn of Africa, who otherwise might not have enough to eat. Our Udhiya/Qurbani program is one of the most affordable in the non-profit industry; with just $80 per goat or sheep, you can impact and feed about 20-25 people.