Your Qurbani will bring a smile to hungry kids.

Many families in the world don’t get to enjoy meat as we do here – where it is readily available and affordable.

This Eid, consider donating your obligatory Qurbani through Muslim Welfare Canada so that we can continue to distribute meat to the less fortunate regions of the world – as we have been for the past 20 years, thanks to our generous supporters and donors.

This year the pandemic has made it extremely difficult for some families to put food on the table, but your Qurbani donations could change that for them. Help give poor families a joyous Eid and a delicious meal with your generous donations!

CountryCow (Share) PriceGoat Price
Afghanistan$110$220
Bangladesh$135$205
Pakistan/Kashmir$95$215
Somalia$85$110
Syria335$245
Yemen$135$185
Palestine (Gaza)$375$255
Rohingya (Camps in Bangladesh)$115$205

July 8th is the last date to accept Qurbani donation!

Donate Your Qurbani Now!

FAQs

What is the importance of Qurbani?

Qurbani or the sacrifice of cattle, as practiced by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is an essential Islamic practice commemorating the sacrifice of Prophet Abraham (PBUH).

Do you distribute Qurbani meat locally?

YES! Muslim Welfare Canada has been actively involved in collecting and distributing Qurbani meat to families in need through our Food & Essential Items Banks in Greater Toronto Area and the Durham Region.

We are collecting Qurbani donations at our food banks during business hours, and we will distribute them on your behalf on Eid Al Adha.

How much is Qurbani?

The cost of goat/cow is different across the various regions. You can see the pricing here. One whole goat or one-seventh share of a cow equals one Qurbani donation.

When is the last day to book my Qurbani through MWC?

July 8th is the absolute last day to book your Qurbani. Do not delay! Remember – Qurbani is obligatory for all of-age Muslims who can afford it.

I’m concerned about the meat.

Valid concern. Livestock must be healthy, hygienically, and ethically treated – and we have sourced partners who abide by this.

When are the animals sacrificed?

Between the 10th and 13th of Dhul Hijjah, and then distributed to the poor immediately.

Who receives the meat?

The less fortunate and vulnerable members of society receive your Qurbani donations, including widows, orphans, the destitute, the elderly, people with disabilities, refugees, and others who truly need it.

More questions?

To learn more or to book your sacrifice, please email muslim@mwcanada.org or call us at 416-754-8116.