Giving an animal gift at the holidays is like giving someone a small business, providing wool, milk, eggs and more. Every animal gift comes with a free honor card to let your gift recipient know their holiday gift is providing families access to medicine, school, food and a sustainable livelihood.
Your animal gift will support the lives of families in need. The gift you choose is up to you.
Give a woman the education and materials she needs to keep the animals in her community safe and healthy.
A starter flock of 10-50 chicks will grow to provide nutritious eggs, as well as income through selling extra eggs.
Your gift provides two water buffalo, two cows, two sheep, and two goats, along with bees, chicks, rabbits, and more.
The goat you give will be key to a family’s survival. Goat’s milk can be used to make cheese and butter or sold for income.
Give a heifer to a family in need, along with training and education in its care. Dairy cows provide milk and fertilizer.
With a healthy herd of pigs that reproduces quickly, a family can significantly increase their income.
For families that live in harsh climates, sheep’s wool can be woven to make warm clothing or sold.
Water buffalo make farming easier by tilling fields and providing fertilizer. With a water buffalo, a family can increase their crop yields.
Give a starter flock of ducklings. Duck eggs contribute to a healthy diet and families can sell extra eggs for additional income.
Help a family start a honeybee farm. This life-changing gift includes 10 beehives, materials for hives, and beekeeper training.
Give honeybees, a hive, a bee box, and beekeeper training. Beehives can double fruit and vegetable yields of small farms.
Your gift includes two sheep, four goats, one heifer, and a bundle of seeds, along with training and education. Set a family on the path to self-sufficiency.
Give four milk-producing animals: two goats, a water buffalo and a quality-breed heifer. Farmers will also learn to care for the animals.
Jumpstart a family toward a sustainable future with rabbits and a starter flock of chickens, along with farmer training and education.
A mating pair of a heifer and a bull will improve the productivity of a struggling farm and provide valuable offspring.