ALL GIFTS

  • A startling 2.5 billion people lack access to adequate sanitation, including toilets. A newly installed latrine, along with training in maintenance and proper hygiene, leads to a healthier, safer community, not to mention a much more comfortable place to take care of business.

    $150
  • Groceries, new clothes, housewares and toiletries can be a big help to a struggling family, especially after a disaster strikes and there’s damage to homes and businesses.

    $200
  • Start with a shared plot of land and good soil, add drought-resistant seeds and top it off with tools and training. The result? Plenty of tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, beans, cassava and other vegetables to go around.

    $200
  • In many places, just one bite from an infected mosquito could transmit malaria and lead to death. A mosquito net treated with long-lasting insecticide helps ensure that families are protected from this life-threatening disease.

    $250
  • Give your neighbor a fish, and they’ll eat for a day. Give your neighbors a community fish farm, and they’ll eat for a lifetime. A fish farm begins with a pond, training and a few fast-growing fish.

    $250
  • With a simple well, or spring box, as many as 500 families gain access to clean, safe water. Communities are healthier. People spend less on medical expenses. And instead of gathering water, women and children have time for work and school.

    $250
  • A nutritious diet helps care for children who have lost parents to HIV and AIDS, many of whom are HIV-positive themselves. Your support ensures they are not forgotten.

    $250
  • By providing schoolbooks, paper and pencils, you open a world of opportunity for boys and girls around the world.

    $300
  • The ELCA Youth Gathering is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel, worship, grow in faith and meet new friends from around the country. This gift ensures that a teen with disabilities can fully participate despite financial constraints.

    $300
  • Just one dairy cow can produce as many as three gallons of milk each day. Calcium-packed milk from a cow helps ensure that children grow up healthy and strong, and extra milk can also be used to make cheese, yogurt, butter and other dairy products to eat and sell.

    $500
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  • A cow, a couple of goats, a dozen chicks, two pigs, farming tools, seeds and agricultural training can help a family achieve a fresh start and escape the cycle of hunger and poverty – for good.

    $715
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  • With tractors and machines few and far between, a rural farmer can only till so much of a field by hand. A pair of oxen and a plow is a transformational way to change that, with the possibility of doubling or tripling a farmer’s annual harvest.

    $1,000
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