Eid al-Adha is one of the most important celebrations for Muslims. Beginning with the Eid prayer and then continuing with the slaughtering of the sacrifice (qurban), the purpose of Eid al-Adha celebration is to encourage the spirit of sharing, appreciate sincerity, draw ourselves closer to the Creator and strengthen relationships with others.
Regarding the Eid al-Adha celebration, have you started to chip in to buy a qurban? Chipping in for qurban may not sound so fun when you have to collect money here and there and record who has chipped in, not to mention when some participants do not have the same bank accounts as yours.
In addition, previously you might chip in with cash. But now, it is highly recommended to have a cashless chip-in, as it is more practical and safe.
In order for a chip-in to be practical, you should try the Jago application feature called Shared Pocket. Not only practical, chipping in through a Shared Pocket is also fun.
Chipping in for Eid al-Adha Qurban through Shared Pocket
It’s extremely easy to chip in through Jago Shared Pocket. You just need to create a Pocket and name it so you don’t mistake it for another. For example, the name of the Pocket is Qurban Pocket. Then, you can set this Pocket as a Shared Pocket.
After, it’s time to start inviting other Jago users who are willing to chip in. It is practical because the money is being transferred directly into this particular Shared Pocket. It is fun because you can set a role for each participant. For example, some can only view the money and transactions, while others can spend the money. The most exclusive role is of course, the owner, as this role can do everything.
What is more, transparency is guaranteed. You can know in an instant who has and has not chipped in.
Oh one more thing, another fun thing about Shared Pocket is that you can set a target together. If the sacrifice is a cow, then the target must be higher than a goat or sheep.
Give Eid al-Adha Sacrifice as a Gift through Giveaway Pocket
Other than chipping in, you can also surprise your loved ones by sending them money to buy their own Eid al-Adha qurban.
How to do it? Through Giveaway Pocket. You need to create a Giveaway Pocket. Once created, you can personalize it by giving its name, emoticons and so on.
Then, the Giveaway Pocket is ready to be given away to its recipient. By the way, the recipient can be more than one, for practical purposes. Of course, you need to put some money into the Pocket first.
What makes a Giveaway Pocket fun is that you can send a greeting card to go with the money. A greeting can make it more memorable. Each recipient can receive the same or different greetings. It’s really up to you. Awesome, right?
Start chipping in for Eid al-Adha qurban and surprising your loved ones. The Jago application can be downloaded here.