online qurbani 2023 services in Preston united kingdom.

online qurbani 2023 services in Preston united kingdom.

At our online Qurbani shop, we provide a platform for individuals to donate their Qurbani to the poorest people of the world, particularly in Balochistan, Pakistan. We believe in the importance of ensuring that everyone, regardless of their socio-economic background, has access to nutritious food, especially during the festive occasion of Eid al-Adha.

 

 

We source our animals directly from local poor farmers and ensure that they are healthy, well-fed, and raised in a humane environment. Our team of experienced butchers follows Islamic guidelines and performs the Qurbani according to the Shariah requirements. We make sure to use the latest technology and equipment to ensure that the meat is handled hygienically and with the utmost care.

We also provide other services like Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat, which can all be performed with visual proof of the performance and distribution. Aqiqah is the traditional Islamic practice of sacrificing an animal on the occasion of a child's birth. Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat are acts of charity and giving, and our team ensures that the distribution of these services is done in a transparent and accountable manner.

 

 

For those living in the United Kingdom, our online Qurbani services provide an opportunity to donate their Qurbani to the people of Balochistan, Pakistan, from the comfort of their own homes. We understand the importance of trust and accountability, which is why we provide visual proof of the Qurbani and its distribution to our customers.

 

 

Our mission is to make it easy for individuals to donate their Qurbani to those in need, and our online platform simplifies the process. We believe in empowering local communities and supporting small-scale farmers, which is why we source our animals from them directly. By doing so, we are not only providing nutritious food to those in need, but we are also supporting local economies and promoting sustainable agriculture practices.

 

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