Donate your qurban, bring joy to families in need


Date posted: August 18, 2017

USA-based Embrace Relief Organization is organizing an Eid Al-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice) campaign to distribute your “livestock donations” to the needy across the globe. Embrace has been organizing this campaign every year for many year.

Qurban (sacrificial livestock) prices differ according to costs within the country where it is sacrificed; it changed between $100 and $200. Qurban donations will be collected in US dollars. Your donation will be used within the region you have selected. An estimated 90% of each donation goes directly to feed those in need.

Donors can travel to the destination of the qurban and personally help distribute the meat to those in need.

The slaughter of Qurban livestock takes place within a specific time frame in the last month of the Muslim calendar. At Eid al – Adha, Muslims must sacrifice an animal within the first 3 days, which start with salat al-Eid or right after the morning prayer of the first day, then ends with sunset of the third day.

All of donations to Embrace Relief are tax deductible. Embrace Relief Foundation is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization under Section 501 ( c ) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A donation receipt letter will be generated at the time of your donation.

Once the qurban has been completed and distributed, the donor will be notified by email and text message. Embrace can provide additional photos and videos 30 days after the distribution of the Qurban upon request.

TESTIMONIALS

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.

More information is available at Embrace Relief’s website.

 


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