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Blessed Moments: Qurban for Poor Families in Makkah (Sheep)
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Makkah is the holiest city on earth that is the cradle of the Islamic civilization. This campaign give our donors the unique opportunity to do their Qurban in Makkah. Those wishing to just feed the poor in Makkah and distribute meat to them can also support this campaign. Our partners source the sheep from local farms to help support small businesses as well.
Cost of 1 Sheep = RM 460 (US $110)
After careful research and proper verification a list is formed of those who are the most needy families. The preparation of this list is done with a lot of care so that meat reaches those who are really deserving. To ensure the best performance, our on-ground partner distributes the meat to the poor of Makkah physically by visiting them in their respective neighbourhoods. The meat is packaged and stored before distribution to ensure that optimum quality is maintained at all times. The team on the ground will be fulfilling all Islamic principles and requirements as per proper Islamic teachings.
The surplus meat (if any) is handed to the Adahi organisation, the official Government body of Saudi Arabia that handles the distribution externally. The meat will be packed and frozen and then shipped to 27 needy Islamic countries such as Bangladesh- Pakistan- Azerbaijan- Iraq- Syria- Lebanon- Palestine- Jordan- Djibouti- Sudan- Chad-Niger- Mali- Burkina Faso- Mauritania- Ghana- LiberiaSierra Leone- Guinea- Conakry- Guinea BissauComoros- Mozambique.
Donations to this campaign will be used to distribute meat to the poor families in the blessed city of Makkah.
Let’s start with just MYR 10 and help feed our brothers and sisters and spread smiles in the holiest city on the globe.
Your sacrifice done for these people will bring them huge relief and great joy on this auspicious occasion of Eid. Donations to this campaign will help provide meat packages to these poor and needy Muslims so that they also get the chance to forget their sorrows and make the most out of Eid.