IDDEF is taking your qurban donations to all the people in need around 33 countries, in 2020 our fees are 700 TL for small cattle and 600 TL for a big cattle share. With all the trust and experience IDDEF has been delivering your support to 33 countries for years. Now with “Share your Qurban with your brother” campaign you are able to share your qurban while you’re carrying out the obligation of Eid-al adha.
IDDEF made 2 million 829 thousand needy people in 253 areas around 33 countries smile with the help of our supports, which reached the amount of 63 826 Qurban shares. With the permission of Allah and your support we are going to carry out 2021 Qurban organisation.
You can send your adak, aqiqa, shukur qurban to oppressed lands and deliver it to the people in need through IDDEF.
While IDDEF organises the Eid al adha each year, it is possible to make contributions of adak, aqiqah and shukur during the course of the year. The fees of small cattle for adak, aqiqa and shukur is 700 TL, while a big cattle share is 600 TL. We, as IDDEF, we deliver the all the qurban support first to madrasah students and poor families in Africa, Asia and the Balkans. All the qurban that you provide to us, we deliver it within three days. Furthermore, we sent to our donator a message and video while the qurban is performed to let him know that it has be done. If our donor wishes, the video can be downloaded to the smartphone.
Being one of the most significant traditions of Prophet Abraham and a fruitful period for enhancing solidarity, unity, social cooperation and spirituality among Muslims, Eid al-Adha is also of great importance for needy people all around the world. Since 2009, we delivered your Qurban donations to needy people in 33 countries. Our periodical Qurban organisations are of vital importance both for students in our madrasas, their families and locals.
This sacred practice is highly important for Muslims and that’s why we comply strictly with Islamic rules during slaughter. Slaughter is performed by our experienced staff and the whole process is visually recorded. We share all the related details with you.
Types of Qurban Donations
We welcome sacrifice donations on intervals. Obligatory (wajib) sacrifices can be donated as a share or as goat and sheep. Out of the sacrifice period, all sacrifice donations can be received for Aqiqah and Adaq.
Things to Consider When Performing Qurban
In addition to the sincerity and spiritual consciousness we need to have while performing Qurban, it is also a must to deliver all donations safely to needy people. Benefactors should prefer Qurban organisationsthat operate without partner organisations.
Furthermore, deputation process should be carefully done by the organisation. Determining a fair price for the Qurban organisations is also important, since high or extremely-low prices may dissociate benefactors from donating Qurban. Sending all the related visual data to the benefactor provides confidence for the organisation.
Why to choose IDDEF Qurban Organisation
Qurban must be performed by all Muslim adults of sane minds and affordable means with a great devotion. Qurban sacrifices should be shared equally, in three parts; one for the family of the individual offering Qurban, one for that individual's friends and relatives, and one for the poor and needy. Through İDDEF, you can donate Qurban to those in need in other countries too. It is possible, and admirable, to perform Qurban on behalf of the deceased.
By sticking to the principle ‘the fairest price for the neediest regions’, we have been organising Qurban distribution since 2009. We share all the needs and information about the region we perform Qurban. By issuing deputations for every donator, sending all the visual data of slaughtered and distributed Qurban, we ensure all benefactors that their donations are properly distributed.
Where are the Qurban slaughtered, Who receive the meat?
IDDEF performs Qurban in Africa, Asia and Europa, in the regions where we have madrasas. Qurban are distributed to madrasa students, their families and needy people.