Embrace Relief Worldwide Qurban (Feast of Sacrifice) Campaign


Date posted: September 5, 2016

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As part of their Hunger Relief program, Embrace Relief administers qurban organizations all over the world to bring joy to the table of people in need, while helping Muslims take care of their religious obligations.

In 2015, qurban donations have been distributed amongst Bangladesh, Dominic Republic, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda and the United States. This year, qurban donations will be distributed to those in need in the United States, Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

Embrace Relief and partner organizations ensure that animals are slaughtered and processed in a clean and safe manner according to industry standards.

According to the World Health Organization there are 153 million children suffering from growth deficiency in developing countries. Meat and animal products are necessary for children in order to grow properly because of the protein, minerals, and vitamins they contain. With its qurban organization, Embrace Relief distributed approximately 350,000 lbs of qurban meat across the globe last year.

“Now it’s easier than ever to donate and keep track of your donations with our new qurban website. By registering with an account, you can print your own donation letter, and keep track of all your Embrace Relief donations in just one place,” Embrace Relief officials say.

Testimonials from last year

PORT BOUET MUNICIPALITY, IVORY COAST GENERAL SECRETARY

“By this way, We wish to extend our sincere thanks on behalf of those beneficiaries of this significant donation, which is a big symbol of solidarity.
Reiterating you our infinite thanks and we hope that this noble action will continue, Mr. President, please accept expression of our deep gratitude.

UGANDA MINISTER OF STATE FOR RELIEF

“Uganda and me in particular, being the Minister in charge of Relief, Refugees and Disaster Preparedness is very much gratified to have such a big and generous offer of 284 cows from your organization, which totaled to 25,560 kilograms of meat when slaughtered.”

MALINDI CONSTITUENCY, KENYA

“I would like to thank Embrace Relief for the donation of a total of 9,680kg of meat which am advised was distributed to one thousand nine hundred and thirty six (1,936) families in Nairobi between the 24th and 27th of September, 2015.”

Click the link below to visit and learn more about Embrace Relief’s new Qurban website and to make your donation:

https://qurban.embracerelief.org/

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