Qatar Charity accepts Udhiyah donations until

Qatar Charity accepts Udhiyah donations until sunset on day 4 of Eid al-Adha

6/13/2024 | Media Center

Qatar Charity (QC) continues to receive donations for the Udhiyah project as part of the Dhul-Hijjah Campaign for the 1445 AH – 2024 season, which was launched Under the slogan “Your Udhiyah, a Meal for Those in Need”.  Donations can be made through Qatar Charity's website and mobile application, at its branches, or through its collectors across the country until shortly sunset on the fourth day of Eid al-Adha.

Qatar Charity urged benevolent citizens and residents to continue donating to the campaign to provide meat to the needy and the underprivileged and bring joy to them on Eid Al Adha. The campaign aims to benefit nearly 1.1 million people in 40 countries, including Qatar. The anticipated number of sacrificial animals, consisting of sheep and cattle, whose meat will be distributed both within and outside Qatar, is estimated to be approximately 59,000.

Donations are accepted through Qatar Charity’s branches and its collectors in malls and commercial centers until midnight of Eid (12:00 AM on the Day of Arafat). Then, 35 collection sites of Qatar Charity in shopping malls and its various branches will continue to accept donations from the second day of Eid al-Adha until shortly before sunset on the fourth day of Eid.

Qatar Charity invites donations to the campaign. Contributions can be made conveniently through Qatar Charity's website [].

Also, a ‘Home Collector’ can be requested through the app (, in addition to dialing 44920000 for this purpose. Furthermore, benefactors can donate at Qatar Charity’s branches, as well as at its collection points in the commercial complexes.

The Udhiyah project within Qatar aims to distribute 4,500 Udhiyah (sacrificial sheep) to approximately 45,000 persons to bring them joy during Eid Al Adha.

The sacrificial meat will be distributed to sponsored orphans and their families, low-income families, workers, various expatriate families, people with special needs, and students. The distribution will take place through Widam Food, in collaboration with several communities, including Arab and Asian communities, as well as Qatar Charity Centers for Community Development.

Outside Qatar, the campaign aims to distribute the meat of over 54,000 sacrificial animals, including sheep and cattle. It is expected to benefit more than one million people across 39 African, Asian, and European countries.

The campaign focuses on regions and countries experiencing exceptional circumstances or natural disasters, such as Palestine, Sudan, and Yemen, in addition to Syrian IDPs and refugees.