Livestock, farming crops, tools, and training give a child access to nutritious food, as well as wool and feathers to keep warm. Each animal gift also includes animal care training and veterinary support, including vaccinations against disease. When a family supports themselves by selling or trading animals, their children are able to attend school and access healthcare. This is a gift that keeps on giving year after year!
Goats and chicks provide an essential daily supply of milk and eggs to help nourish a growing child. Livestock can be bred to expand the income of the family.
A pig and sheep together supply warm wool, nutritious milk, high-protein nourishment, fertilizer to improve crops, and income from additional offspring to pay for children's food, education and healthcare.
A bee suit, a hive, and training equip a farming family with tools needed to harvest honey and generate an income - to help pay for their children's food, medicine, and education.
With two goats and a sheep, a family can focus on financial stability. The sale of milk, offspring, wool, and fertilizer can generate an income to overcome poverty.
A single cow can change a child’s life by providing protein and calcium while offering an opportunity to sell milk that finances a child’s education and healthcare.
Help a child’s farm thrive during a life-threatening drought with farming essentials. Give drought-tolerant seeds, higher yielding crops that mature quickly, irrigation tools, as well as training on planting practices for arid conditions. A literal lifesaver for children in dry regions.
Quality native seeds can help a farm thrive. A child and their family will also receive tools such as hoes, shovels, and watering cans, along with instruction in agriculture techniques and rich organic fertilizer to help their farm succeed.
Chicks grow into productive egg-layers, providing protein-rich eggs to feed a child. Extra eggs can be sold to cover health and living essentials.
A cow and goats are the foundation of a thriving dairy farm. Vital for children, milk quenches thirst, and provides essential vitamins and minerals that can stave off malnutrition.
Every day, goats provide nourishing milk to feed children. As a herd grows, excess milk and baby goats can be sold to pay for medicine, education, and living essentials.
Many children rely on livestock and crops to survive. Stock a child’s farm with seeds and fruit trees for a drought-resistant garden. Farms also receive a goat and some chicks, tools, and a water source for irrigating crops and feeding livestock.