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Qurbani Appeal 2024


The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, ‘The best charity is giving water to drink.


703 million people in the world – almost one in ten – don’t have clean water close to home. (WHO- UNICEF)

Donate Your Qurbani

Experience the true essence of joy by extending a helping hand to those in need. This Qurbani season, unite with AICT Global to provide nourishment to the underprivileged. No contribution is too small. Whether big or small, entrust your Qurbani to us, ensuring that 100% reaches those in need.

Let’s join hands in upholding the values of compassion and generosity this Eid. Together, let’s create a profound impact in the lives of others.

Preserve the Legacy of Prophet Ibrahim with AICT Global!

Donate Your Qurbani to the Needy!

In poverty-stricken regions of Bihar and West Bengal, families struggle to put food on the table daily. Your Qurbani donation to AICT Global, starting from just £77, can make a substantial difference. By providing nourishment to the underprivileged, you offer hope and sustenance to those in dire need. Donate today and reap rewards in this world and the hereafter.


Price: £ 115

50 beneficiaries
same day


Price: £384

150-200 people
5 days

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Qurbani​ FAQ’s

Qurbani refers to the act of sacrificing an animal for the sake of Allah (SWT). This practice honors the story of Ibrahim (as) who, in a profound display of devotion, was prepared to sacrifice his son Ismail (as) at Allah’s command. In the ultimate act of mercy, Allah replaced Ismail with a ram for sacrifice. By continuing this tradition, we emulate Ibrahim’s obedience and devotion to Allah (SWT), reaping abundant rewards while bringing joy to those in need.

Qurbani, deemed Wajib, is a religious duty for every adult Muslim who meets specific criteria for eligibility to pay Zakat. This encompasses individuals who are mentally sound and have attained the age of maturity, which signifies puberty in Islamic tradition. Moreover, those who are not currently traveling are also obligated to perform Qurbani. Additionally, it is necessary for individuals to possess a minimum wealth threshold, equivalent to 52.5 tolas of silver or its monetary value in other assets. Besides, Qurbani cannot be substituted with monetary donations but must be performed as an independent act of worship.

AICT Global conducts Qurbani during Eid-al-Adha in various locations of India including West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, and Haryana.

The meat from the Qurbani sacrifice is distributed among three main groups:
  • The individual who provided the animal.
  • The friends and relatives of the person who performed the sacrifice.
  • The poor and needy.

Every Muslim is encouraged to offer at least one share to fulfill their religious duty. The pricing structure is based on one share, equivalent to one Qurbani. For larger animals like cattle, representing seven shares, seven individuals can join together to participate, ensuring each receives a portion of the meat. Specifically, one small animal, such as a goat, constitutes one Qurbani, while one large animal, like a cow or buffalo, accounts for seven Qurbanis.

Qurbani is carried out during the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah, coinciding with the Islamic festival of Eid-al-Adha. It occurs annually from the morning of the 10th day until the 13th day at sunset. Eid Salah is conducted before the animal sacrifice.