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    Every year, millions of Muslims around the world celebrate Eid ul-Adha, an important holiday in the Islamic calendar. At this time of reflection and gratitude, families gather to share moments of joy with their loved ones during Eid.
    Qurban, also known as animal sacrifice, is a religious act that takes place between the tenth and twelfth day of Dhul Hijjah. It involves the sacrifice of sheep, goats, and cattle according to the precepts of Islam.
    If you wish to participate in the celebration of Eid ul-Adha and spread solidarity to those in need, you can make a Qurban donation. Your generosity will help provide families with a dignified and happy Eid experience, alleviating the burden of hunger. Your positive impact will be well appreciated by those most in need.
    Swiss Barakah Charity values respect for animals and the ethical distribution of Qurban. We are committed to practicing ethical Qurban that respects the welfare of animals prior to sacrifice while ensuring fair distribution of donations to beneficiaries.

    We offer Qurban in the poorest countries


    Iftar Arafah/Ashura

    He who feeds a fasting person has the same reward as the fasting person. 

    Bayram/Eid Gifts

    Every child should be able to celebrate a wonderful Bayram with joy.


    Zakat 2,5%

    Purify your wealth
    andgive hope to the most needy.

    When you make a Qurban donation, you can be assured that your contribution will be distributed to those who need it most. Your donations will feed the less fortunate not only during the days of Eid ul-Adha but also beyond.

    Donate a Qurban now
    with Swiss Barakah Charity and help us bring happiness and relief to those in need on this special occasion of Eid ul-Adha. Your generous gesture will make a significant difference in the lives of those most in need. Join us in spreading the blessings of Eid ul-Adha among struggling countries.