ANIMALS

  • Ten little chicks make a big difference. Eggs make protein-rich meals for families, and help provide a steady source of income when sold at the market.

    $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
  • Beeswax can be transformed into handcrafted soaps, candles, honey and other products to create a small, sustainable business. What's more, bees help pollinate plants and boost crop growth.

    $20
  • It doesn't take long for a tiny piglet to grow to 200 pounds or more. Should a family have a failed harvest, medical expense or other unexpected need, this gift can be cashed in to make all the difference.

    $30
  • Goats can go where other animals can’t – rocky terrain, drought-prone areas, small plots of land, you name it. Fresh milk from a goat provides daily nutrition for children and their families.

    $50
  • 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.

    $50
  • 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.

    $100
  • Goats can go where other animals can’t – rocky terrain, drought-prone areas, small plots of land, you name it. Fresh milk from a goat provides daily nutrition for children and their families.

    $100
  • 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
  • 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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