ANIMALS

  • Help a family spread their wings. When chicks grow up to become chickens, their eggs not only provide an ongoing supply of protein-rich meals — they can also help start a small business and generate a steady source of income.

    $10
  • Add a rooster to the chicken coop, and help the farm grow! More chickens on the farm mean more eggs to eat and sell at the market.

    $15
  • Support farmers and healthy honeybee colonies with this buzz-worthy gift. Honeybees provide honey to eat, beeswax that allows a farmer to start a small business selling their products, and a boost to crop growth by pollinating plants everywhere they go.

    $20
  • This little piggy couldn’t be a bigger lifesaver. This gift is a source of natural fertilizer that helps crops grow tall and strong, and can also be sold at the market for extra income when it's needed.

    $30
  • Goats can go where other animals can’t, surviving in some of the world’s most challenging terrain. Goat's milk provides nutrition for children and their families, and goats are quick to reproduce — which means a family can pass this life-saving gift onto others.

    $50
  • One dairy cow can produce a few gallons of calcium-packed milk each day. A family can receive the nutrition they need and also start a small business selling extra milk, cheese and more. With food, funds and fertilizer, the gift of a cow has got it all.

    $50
  • When a piglet is paired with the extra (and extra messy) gift of manure, a family will receive double the fertilizer to grow crops that are bigger, healthier and heartier.

    $50
  • 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.

    $50
  • With this gift — a combination of two of our most popular gifts — a family gains access to an ongoing supply of eggs from their chickens, protein-packed milk from their goat, and a steady source of income.

    $60
  • Goats can go where other animals can’t, surviving in some of the world’s most challenging terrain. Goat's milk provides nutrition for children and their families, and goats are quick to reproduce — which means a family can pass this life-saving gift onto others.

    $100
  • The gift of a shared plot of land, drought-resistant seeds, and honeybees means there will be plenty of tomatoes, potatoes, beans and other veggies to go around. Extra produce and honey can be sold for income and reinvested to help a community expand their garden.

    $220
  • 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

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