Share My Qurbani
Helping local people with their food issues
LMOS will be collecting your Qurbani and sharing it with those in need. Last year, we partnered with ShareMyQurbani, Manchester and distributed 185kg across Merseyside.
Share My Qurbani
If you would like to share your Qurbani, please click the button below and complete the short form.
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The Holy Quran, 76:9 'We feed you for the sake of God Alone; we seek from you neither reward nor thanks.'" -
Join us to help tackle food poverty together.
Did you know 500,000 in the UK are now reliant on food parcels and 2 million are undernourished. Worryingly, food poverty is on the rise.
The UK is the seventh richest country in the world. It is also a deeply unequal country. When we think of the word ‘hunger’ we often think about starving children in developing countries. But this type of hunger is very much the reality for some people living in the UK today.
The recession has squeezed household budgets, having an impact on the nutritional types of food people are buying. It is also common practice that food banks will limit families to three visits a year.
You can help by sharing your Qurbani with those in need locally.
LMOS will be distributing your Qurbani across Merseyside to the needy in our communities. Simply, fill in the form to notify us where and date to collect the meat and we will contact you to arrange collection.
Together we can help local families by taking away their food worries.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHARE YOUR QURBANI
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What is Qurbani?
Literally translated, Qurbani means sacrifice. Today, this refers to the sacrifice of animals to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s (AS) dedication to Allah (SWT) and his willingness to give up what was most important to him in the name of faith.
Who should do Qurbani?
Whether Qurbani is compulsory differs between different schools of thought, however, for the greater good of those less fortunate, Qurbani should be considered compulsory for anyone who has reached the age of puberty and who poses wealth above the threshold amount of 52.5 tolas of silver.
When is Qurbani 2020?
This year, Eid ul-Adha is expected to begin on the evening of Thursday 30th July, though this is subject to the sighting of the moon and can vary depending on location. Qurbani sacrifices will need to be completed within three days of Eid ul-Adha officially beginning, between the 10th and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah.
Who are Liverpool Muslim Outreach Society?
Liverpool Muslim volunteers in community service to have a positive impact within local society to promote peace through the teachings of Islam