Qurbani is an important religious practice in the Muslim faith that involves sacrificing an animal in the name of Allah during the Eid al-Adha festival. The meat from the animal is then distributed to the needy, including the poor, orphans, and widows. However, many people in impoverished areas do not have access to this vital source of protein. That's why Qurbani shops like ours in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, offer online Qurbani services to help those in need.
Our Qurbani shop provides an easy and convenient way for people in Worcester, United Kingdom, to donate their Qurbani to the poorest people of Balochistan, Pakistan. We purchase animals from poor farmers and distribute the meat to the needy through our Qurbani shop workers. Our goal is to ensure that everyone has access to healthy, nutritious meat during the Eid al-Adha festival.
We understand the importance of transparency in our Qurbani services. Therefore, we provide visual proof of the Qurbani and distribution of meat to ensure that our donors can see the impact of their contributions. We believe that this transparency is essential to building trust with our donors and ensuring that their donations are making a real difference in the lives of those in need.
In addition to Qurbani services, we also offer other services such as Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat. Aqiqah is a practice where an animal is sacrificed to celebrate the birth of a child. Sadqa is a voluntary charitable donation that is given to those in need, while Fitr is a mandatory charitable donation given at the end of Ramadan. Khirat is a form of charity given after the death of a loved one. These services provide our donors with a range of options to contribute to the welfare of the people in Balochistan, Pakistan.
Our Qurbani shop workers are highly trained and experienced in performing the sacrifice and distributing the meat. We ensure that the animals are treated humanely and with respect during the entire process. We also adhere to strict hygiene and safety standards to ensure that the meat is safe for consumption.