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SKZ Foundation

Qurbani 2024

Even though there is enough food for all 8 billion people on this earth, yet still 828 million people go to bed hungry every day. Eid ul-Adha presents a significant opportunity for charitable giving, particularly in the form of meat donations, to alleviate hunger among those who lack access to such provisions year-round.

 

Qurbani Prices In Lahore 2024

The act of Qurbani should be done as soon as possible. At SKZ Foundation we implement the Qurbanic sacrifice for over 3 days.

Goat (Lahore)

£137.00

Cow Per Share (Lahore)

£63.00

Whole Cow (Lahore)

£392.00

Qurbani Prices In Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir2024

The act of Qurbani should be done as soon as possible. At SKZ Foundation we implement the Qurbanic sacrifice for over 3 days.

Goat (Gilgit And Kashmir)

£86.00

Sheep (Gilgit And Kashmir)

£43.00

Cow Per Share (Gilgit And Kashmir)

£49.00

Whole Cow (Gilgit And Kashmir)

£357.00

Introduction

The worldly meaning of Qurbani is sacrifice which means an effort to come closer to Allah SWT. Every year on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah, billions of Muslims around the world come together to slaughter sheep/goat/cow or camel in the name of Allah.

Qurbani finds its origins in the profound story of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and his son, Ismail (AS). Commanded by Allah (SWT), Ibrahim (AS) was tasked with sacrificing the one dearest to him – his beloved son, Ismail (AS). Despite his deep love for his son, Ibrahim (AS) demonstrated unwavering devotion to Allah (SWT) by preparing to carry out the sacrifice.

In a tender moment of obedience and acceptance, Ibrahim (AS) explained to Ismail (AS) the divine commandment entrusted to him by Allah (SWT). Remarkably, Ismail (AS) responded with humility and understanding, aware of his father’s love and the significance of fulfilling Allah’s (SWT) will. His acceptance of the sacrifice was rooted in trust and love for his father, as well as a profound understanding of the divine purpose behind their actions.

As Ibrahim (AS) prepared to carry out the sacrifice, demonstrating his utmost submission to Allah (SWT), a miraculous intervention occurred. At the very moment of sacrifice, Allah (SWT) replaced Ismail (AS) with a ram, sparing the life of Ibrahim’s beloved son. This divine intervention not only saved Ismail (AS) but also served as a test of Ibrahim’s (AS) unwavering devotion and submission to Allah (SWT).

 

Ultimately, the story of Qurbani exemplifies the profound lessons of faith, sacrifice, and submission found within Islam. It underscores the importance of obedience to Allah (SWT) even in the face of the greatest challenges and tests. Through the example of Ibrahim (AS) and Ismail (AS), believers are reminded of the eternal rewards that await those who demonstrate unwavering faith and devotion to their Creator.

Eid Ul Adha 2023: SKZ Foundation’s Gift of Hope

Last year with the help of your generous contributions and by the help of Allah Almighty, SKZ Foundation successfully carried out the sacred act of Qurbani, distributing meat to over 500 deserving families living in the slums ensuring they had access to essential protein to meet their nutritional needs throughout the year. Your support made a tangible difference in the lives of those who struggle to obtain such provisions, developing better health and well-being within their communities. At SKZ Foundation, we ensure top-quality, halal meat for all. Every step, from sourcing to distribution, is carried out with cleanliness and supervision. Our commitment to fairness means every cut reaches those in need, ensuring everyone receives their share with dignity.

Eid Ul Adha 2024: A new beginning

This year, SKZ Foundation embarked on a special Qurbani initiative in the remote regions of Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir. Our aim is to ensure that high-quality meat reaches the most deserving communities, even in the most secluded areas. With this effort, we strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those often overlooked.