Qurbani is a tradition which promotes the legacy of Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) and Bibi Hajra (R.A). It is a practice filled with devotion towards Allah S.W.T and reflects true submission.
The story of Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) and His Qurbani teaches us one significant lesson; sacrificing for the sake of Allah (SWT) has the power to transform the lives of others for generations to come.
By fulfilling your Qurbani, you can bring hope and relief to many vulnerable people and help them fight poverty.
“It is neither their flesh nor their blood that reaches Allah, it is your piety that reaches Him.”
— Qur’an (22:37)
Your Qurbani Can Relieve Hunger in Yemen
Your Udhiya plays a crucial role because it helps us deliver meat to Yemen’s most vulnerable and displaced communities. About 80% of Yemen is currently facing the consequences of large-scale poverty and desperately needs food.
Since Eid Al Adha is a time for celebration, you can help a struggling family in Yemen enjoy meat and share happiness with them.
Every Year, Saba Relief Distributes Your Qurbani in Yemen
For every donation you make, Saba Relief distributes your Udhiya to areas where starvation is the reality of life. Our Qurbani campaign aims to tackle hunger in some of the poorest regions in Yemen and create an impact on the lives of thousands of struggling people. Help Saba Relief distribute meat to a family who cannot enjoy meat for most days of the year.
The target of the project:
Saba Relief aims to bring a little more happiness and joy to those who struggle to feed their families and cannot afford basic necessities. Our main goal is to provide fresh meat to the most struggling communities in Yemen and give them a chance to celebrate Eid Al Adha with joy and zeal.
How we implement the project:
Through our Qurbani campaign, we distribute the shares you donate (goat/cow) in all regions of Yemen. We provide your Udhiya to impoverished families, orphans, and the elderly.
Saba Relief’s team stays on the ground in Yemen and ensures your Qurbani shares are distributed to as many needy families as possible.