Eid Al-Adha symbolizes the core principles of our true religion, and the teachings of our prophets, which emphasize the importance of social solidarity, particularly towards vulnerable groups.
In Syria, the ongoing conflict has entered its twelfth year, intensifying the tragic circumstances experienced by those displaced in the northern region. The situation is further compounded by economic inflation and the devastating aftermath of the earthquake, which has rendered thousands of people homeless. These challenges persist amidst over 1.8 million individuals in camps, numerous families without a provider, and countless young individuals struggling to secure employment opportunities.
Violet carries out the Qurban Campaign each year to revive the symbols of Allah. In the previous year, we provided nearly 500 udhiyah in northern Syria, thanks to the support of compassionate individuals. The campaign aimed to reach those in need, particularly vulnerable women, those affected by disasters, and impoverished families in the camps.
On this day, you can draw closer to Allah and bring joy to the less fortunate. It is an opportunity to supply them with meat, a resource they have been deprived of for years. Moreover, it is a chance to demonstrate solidarity, foster social cooperation, and contribute to the economic growth of livestock owners.
The Qurban Campaign
Violet Organization is commencing its tenth consecutive year of the Qurban campaign, dedicated to supporting the food security of underprivileged families and sharing the joyous spirit of Eid with them. The campaign seeks to ensure that these families have access to nourishing meals during the blessed days of Eid.