Why Adaq, Aqiqa, Shukur Qurban?
Qurban can also be offered on occasions other than the Eid Al-Adha. This includes redeeming a vow (Adaq), greeting a newborn (Aqiqa) and offering an expression of gratitude (Shukur).
Hasene Humanitarian Help Canada gives you the opportunity to share your donation with other people worldwide. For many people in Africa and Asia, meat is rarely on the menu. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, the per capita consumption of meat in Bangladesh is 4 kg, in Mozambique 8.1 kg. Children, in particular, have little access to this important source of vitamins and minerals.
The sacrificial animals donated as Adak, Aqiqa or Shukur Qurban are slaughtered in the countries in which Hasene is active and distributes to the needy, orphans and single people as well as to students in dormitories.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Qurbani / Udhiyah
Since the prices for a sacrificial animal differ from country to country, the donations received are collected in a pool. From there, they are forwarded to the job sites as required
All donations received are used to slaughter sacrificial animals. However, due to the pool system, we cannot make a precise statement about the country in which an individual donation is used. A local donation is not possible.
Select the category “Qurban donation” under the heading “Donate now” on our website. Click on the “Qurban Campaign” and enter the desired amount of donation. Confirm with “Next” and now fill in the fields with the necessary information so that the donation process can be successfully completed. Alternatively, you can send an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating that the donation is for Qurban. We have 5 offices across Canada, you may want to visit our regional offices and donate in person in cash or by check in the Hasene donation envelope. Our branches will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the donation process.
Provided that we have the contact details, donors can be notified by SMS, email or by post as soon as the sacrifice has been made.