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Help Children in Crisis
Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $7 per month!

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Receiving the gift of an animal can create many life-changing opportunities for the most vulnerable. Families can breed animals and sell the offspring, creating a new, sustainable income. Many animals provide quality manure for gardening and farming, which gives families access to a variety of healthy vegetables, reducing malnutrition in children. They can also provide essential protein for children to grow up healthy.

“Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything.”
—Genesis 9:3




Goats provide meat, dairy, and hides, as well as fertilizer for vegetable gardens, helping to fight malnutrition in children. Since goats are able to withstand harsh climates, reproduce easily and don’t take up much room, they make a great livestock gift.

Countries: Bangladesh, Burundi, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda




Chickens provide a sustainable source of protein through their daily eggs, significantly improving the nutrition of children. Since chickens are easy to raise and multiply quickly, families can earn an additional income by selling eggs or chicks in the market.

Countries: Bolivia, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda




Sheep wool can be sold or spun into clothing or blankets to sell at the market. They also create rich, organic fertilizer to improve fruit and vegetable harvests. In addition to receiving sheep, farmers will also learn improved ways to protect their soil, deal with pests, and obtain higher quality seed. They’ll also learn how to manage water, providing irrigation in the dry highlands where they live.

Countries: Ethiopia, Kenya




Pigs can provide a sustainable protein source, helping to fight malnutrition in children. Pigs can also create an amazing source of income for vulnerable families who raise them for eventual breeding and sale. Mother leaders will often gift their first piglet offspring to another family, impacting an entire community.

Countries: Burundi, Haiti, Rwanda




Guinea pigs provide manure to help gardens grow, income from selling pups, and a sustainable protein source. Since they’re easy to breed and inexpensive to care for, this guinea pig is a perfect gift.

Countries: Peru




Many vulnerable families rely on agriculture for their livelihoods, which requires them to sell their produce in the market. However, many farmers don’t have a way of transporting their harvests from their homes to the market. The gift of a donkey with cart will allow families to transport greater quantities of goods to the market regularly, and keep more of their income for things like medical care and school fees.

Countries: Ethiopia




The gift of a dairy cow will produce calcium-rich milk for children to drink, income from dairy products, manure to increase a farmer’s harvest … and even baby calves to sell for income!

Countries: Haiti




Through daily eggs, this gift of 100 chickens will provide a sustainable protein source. Families will be provided with chickens, materials for a starter coop, feeding supplies, and technical training in managing a chicken farm.

Countries: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua




This gift of an ox plow will harness the oxen’s incredible strength and power to plow across fields. With this tool in place, the ox tills soil much more efficiently than a family could do by hand. This means that vulnerable families can grow a much larger harvest and earn more income.

Countries: Uganda




This farm includes 12 animals altogether and will be distributed to families in need. The 2 cows, 4 sheep, 5 chickens, and a goat will improve the nutrition of malnourished children and add additional income to vulnerable households.