Monthly donation

Monthly donation


Below is a list of our most popular monthly donation plans. If there isn't a set amount suited to your budget, or you would just like to pay in your native currency, then please contact our office team on 0121 309 0230, who would be more than happy to help set this up.

Explaining Qurbani

Some common questions people ask.

  • What is Qurbani/Udhiyah?


    Linguistically, the word Udhiyah means sacrifice; refering to the act of worship that honours the Sunnah of the Prophet Ibrahim (AS) of sacrificing an animal to Allah (SWT) during Eid Ul Adha. Animals sacrificed include goats, sheep, cattle, buffalo or camels. At Ethar Relief, we currently only implement the slaughtering of sheep and cows.

  • Who should give Qurbani?


    Muslim adults of sane mind and affordable means. Please consult your local imam if you have any further questions regarding this.

  • How many Qurbani animals do I have to sacrifice?


    Qurbani is implemented in shares where small animals (e.g. sheep) have one share each, and large animals (e.g. cows) have seven shares each (1 sheep= 1 Qurbani, 1 Cow= 7 Qurbanis). A person fulfils their obligation by donating one share. You can revive a much forgotten Sunnah by giving additional Qurbani on behalf of those less fortunate in the Ummah and unable to fulfil this duty.

  • When is Qurbani performed?


    The best time to implement Qurbani is immediately after the Eid Salah, however it can be performed from the day of Eid until the sunset of the 12th of Dhul Hijjah. We accept Qurbani donations up to midnight, on the second Eid day but we recommend donations be made as early as possible in order to allow us to carry out your Qurbani in a timely manner.

  • Where does Ethar Relief perform its Qurbani?


    Ethar Relief performs Qurbani in Sudan, Yemen and Djibouti according to the donors’ preference at the time of donation. If unspecified, we perform it where the need is greatest.

  • What is Eid Ul Adha?


    Eid Ul Adha refers to the second festival for Muslims. It is a time to reflect on the submission of prophet Ibrahim (AS) to Allah (swt). Eid Ul Adha falls on the 10th day of the Islamic month Thul Hijjah and is therefore expected to fall on (or around) the 12th of August 2019. The exact date will only be confirmed by the new moon.

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Send to: Ethar Relief, 467 Coventry Rd, Birmingham, B10 0TJ

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United Kingdom

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