Thank You.
This year, you provided thousands of people with Qurbani meat in Pakistan, India & Jammu & Kashmir (IHK).

Ehsaas Qurbani Advert (English).

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Thousands of people benefited from your donations this year

Ehsaas performs Qurbani on your behalf, according to the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ, and distributes the meat to the most needy. People for whom meat is an unaffordable ‘luxury’ and Qurbani time may be the only time in the year where they get to eat meat.

Your continued generosity will really help the most needy.

It is not their meat nor their blood, that reaches Allah: it is your piety that reaches Him: He has thus made them subject to you, that ye may glorify Allah for His Guidance to you and proclaim the good news to all who do right. Quran: Surah Al-Hajj 22:37

Our teams purchase quality animals for your Qurbani.


This year, our Qurbani ‘Eidi for Kids’ project provided a party with food and gifts in four orphanages: Mawaa Homes, Seerat Ul Jannah, Anjuman Hayat Ul Islam and Iqra Sweet Homes and, at Ehsaas Eid Gift Camp on Tariq Road. Our ‘Eidi for Kids’ project makes Eid Special for as many children as possible so they can celebrate Eid in style.

Your ‘Eidi for Kids’ donations for Ramadan Eid 2022 were also distributed to over 2,000 children in the four orphanages mentioned above and also at Ehsaas Eid Gift Camp on Tariq Road Karachi.

Over 2,000 children provided with Ramadan Eid Gifts.

How does Ehsaas give your Qurbani?

  • The Animals – we source healthy animals locally in the area (if appropriate) where the Qurbani will be distributed. This helps local farmers and their communities
  • The Sacrifice – the animals are slaughtered directly after Eid prayers by local Imams who pronounce the names of the donors (if requested) before they begin
  • The Packaging – Ehsaas employs local people to cut the meat in allocated warehouses, which is then packed in crates and delivered to distribution areas – there, the meat is bagged in 2kg portions ready for distribution
  • The Distribution – local communities are selected where people hardly eat meat during the year and priority is given to local widows, orphans and low-income families

Who is obliged to offer Qurbani?

  • Qurbani is ‘wajib’ (compulsory – according to Imam Abu Hanifah and sunnat-e-muakkadah according to the other Imams) upon every person who possesses 613.35 grams of silver or its equivalent in money, personal ornaments, stock in trade or any other form of wealth which is surplus to their basic needs. Each adult member of a family who possesses this much wealth must perform their own Qurbani separately.
  • Hazrat Ibn Umar (ra) reported that the Prophet ﷺ lived in Madinah for ten years and performed Qurbani every year despite the fact that the Prophet ﷺ was not obliged to do so as he never possessed the required amount of wealth.

Can a Qurbani be made on behalf of someone else?

  • Yes, it can be made on behalf of others. This offering is not ‘wajib’ (compulsory) but is ‘mustahab’ (desirable). Similarly if one decides to undertake a Qurbani on behalf of their spouse or a father on behalf of an adult offspring (apart from offering their own Qurbani), they can do so with their permission. A Qurbani can also be made on behalf of deceased Muslims such your parents etc.
  • Hazrat Hanash (ra) reported: I saw Hazrat Ali (ra) sacrificing two rams. I asked him, “What is this?” He said: “Verily the Prophet ﷺ gave instructions for me to sacrifice on his behalf, and so I am sacrificing on his behalf”. (Sunan Abu-Dawud). So we can also undertake a Qurbani for the Prophet ﷺ if we want to.
  • As a matter of fact, the Prophet ﷺ himself performed a sacrifice on our behalf. Abu Talha (ra) reports that the Prophet ﷺ sacrificed one ram and whilst sacrificing the other he said: “This is on behalf of every member of my ummah (“community”) who believes in me and testifies (to my prophethood).” (al-Tabarani).