Qurbani is for Everyone

Fulfill your Islamic duty with HCI USA this Eid Al-Adha, make a sacrifice that will benefit those in need.

Qurbani starting from $50

Category A

Cow Share

Category B

Cow Share

Category C

Cow Share

Category D

Cow Share

Category E


Category F

Cow Share

Category G


Category H


Palestine (Gaza)
Category I

Cow Share

Category J



Share Allah’s Blessings

Qurbani is a wonderful time of the year where we stop to remember those in need and make a sacrifice to help them. Fulfill your Sunnah as a Muslim, give them something to smile about.

For families struggling to afford food, living in poverty, provide them with something to look forward to this Dhul-Hijjah. With HCI USA, you can choose to donate your Qurbani meat to your country of choice.


Perform your Sunnah and make your Qurbani donation today!

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Your Duty Makes a Difference

HCI USA is committed to providing people across the world with the support they deserve this Eid Al-Adha. Our decades of experience, utilizing partnerships and community knowledge allow us to ensure that your Qurbani donation will reach the hands of those who need it most this year.


The Prophet (saw) said, ‘The first thing we will do on this day of ours, is to offer the (Eid) prayer and then return to make the sacrifice. Whoever does so, he acted according to our Sunnah…’ (Bukhari)

So, is it only a Sunnah and not a fard? The Hanafi school states that any adult, sane Muslim who possesses the minimum amount (the Nisab) must sacrifice and donate Qurbani. In short, if you are eligible to pay Zakat because you possess more than the Nisab, you need to offer a sacrifice (Qurbani or Udhiyah).

The Maliki and Hanbali schools state that the person responsible for the household can make the sacrifice or Udhiyah or Qurbani on behalf of the members in their immediate household. However, if you live in a household where more than one person possesses more than the Nisab amount and pays their own Zakat, then the best and safest option is for all those who pay Zakat to offer their own sacrifice or Udhiyah or Qurbani.

If you cannot afford it (you don’t have more than the Nisab amount), then you are excused from making the sacrifice.

You can make your donation as early as you would like to. Do not delay your donation – it is better to be earlier than it is to be late! Nevertheless, you can make payments right up until the end of the second day after Eid (before Maghrib).

The slaughter will take place on one of the three days of Eid. If you pay for your Qurbani on the second or third day of Eid, the Udhiyah will still be carried out on one of the days of Eid.

The animals are treated gently and with care.

‘The Prophet (saw) sacrificed for the one who could not sacrifice from his Ummah, one who bore witness to the Oneness of Allah and [his] Prophethood’. [Tabarani and Ahmad]

After fulfilling his personal obligation, the Prophet (saw) sacrificed an additional Udhiyah/Qurbani in the name of the Muslims who could not afford to do so. Revive this forgotten Sunnah and provide more families and their children with a piece of joy on Eid ul Adha and to facilitate a day of celebration for them.

  • Sheep and goats at least one year in age (enough for one person’s Qurbani)
  • Cows or buffalo at least two years in age (enough for seven people’s Qurbani)
  • Camels of at least five years in age (enough for seven people’s Qurbani)

In addition, all animals must be healthy and free of disease, including the following conditions:

  • They must not be blind, one-eyed or have lost a third (or more) of their sight
  • They cannot be missing a third (or more) of their ear or tail, either through loss or since birth
  • Their horn(s) cannot be broken off from their root
  • They must not have a lame leg that is sufficiently weak that they are unable to walk on it
  • They cannot be excessively thin or lean
  • They must be able to walk themselves to the site of the slaughter
  • They cannot be toothless, or missing over half their teeth
  • There is no preference between male or female Qurbani animals

The Prophet (saw) said, ‘When the ten days (of Dhul Hijjah) start, and one of you intends to sacrifice, then let him not cut his hair or his nails’. (Muslim)

The meat is distributed freshly cut to families. The weight distributed per family depends on the size of the family.

If you have missed Qurbani in a previous year, you can make it up this year by sacrificing an extra animal. Simply calculate how many years you’ve missed and you will know how many animals you need to sacrifice.