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Picture this: It's sometime between now and April 15, 2016. You're working on your taxes. All of a sudden, you realize that if your deductions total was higher, you would either owe less or get more money back. Sad face.

This scenario doesn't have to be your reality. Make a year-end contribution to Heifer International today or tomorrow and you will lessen your tax burden. At the same time, you will give a family the resources they need to escape hunger and poverty and live sustainable, self-sufficient lives. Happy face, right?

Follow these simple instructions today to turn that future frown upside-down:

STEP ONE: Go to www.heifer.org

STEP TWO: Hover over Gift Catalog, then click on Give Where Needed Most.

Your year-end gift to Heifer is a true reason to celebrate!
Your year-end gift to Heifer is a true reason to celebrate!

 STEP THREE: Use the donation slider to select the amount you want to give, then click GIVE NOW. For gifts less than $100, click Want to give a different amount? Then, type the amount of your donation and click GIVE NOW.

STEP FOUR: Click PROCEED TO CHECKOUT or Check out with PayPal to process your payment.

STEP FIVE: Proceed through the Donor Information, Billing Address and Payment Information screens. In just a moment, you'll receive an email confirmation of your gift. And very soon, your friendly mail carrier will bring you a tax receipt.

STEP SIX: 
Be happy that you just changed someone's life.

BONUS STEP:
Want to make your gift go three times as far?
Use this link:
http://action.heifer.org/three-times-as-far 
and your tax-deductible donation will be tripled to make a life-changing difference for families in Tanzania.   

On behalf of our families all around the world, thank you for your gift. Now, go finish those taxes with a happy face! 

Author

Erin Snow

Erin Snow joined Heifer International in 2007 after earning a degree in Mass Communication from UALR. She lives in Little Rock with her husband and daughter. Passionate about cultivating positive and healthy relationships with her family, friends and the planet, Erin enjoys yoga, meditation, music, creative writing and travel.