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Provide vital nutrition to families while bringing extra income by giving animals. They are acquired locally and distributed along with feed, training and support.

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$100.00  –  $200.00

Goats are hearty and adorable animals. Their milk is rich in protein, calcium and other nutrients, and is a great benefit to children in need. A goat can pr ...

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Hens and Roosters

$50.00  –  $100.00

The crack of an egg. The first tiny chirp of a newborn chick. These small delights bring joy to children and families who receive hens and a rooster. Better ...

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Goats, Hens and Roosters


Give a goat and chickens! We’ve paired our most popular animals, so you can givestruggling families meaningful gifts that will bring long-term change. Item ...

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Gift of the Season


This bountiful gift provides a new blessing every season—4 gifts of our most popular animals, such as goats, chickens, pigs and cows—wherever they are most ...

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These furry farm animals have one of the world’s highest-valued wool and can produce more than 4 kilograms a year. That’s plenty of clothing, blankets and r ...

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Baby Chicks


What a sweet way for your child to connect with another girl or boy halfway across the world. Item number: 4432

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Beehives and Beekeeping Kits

$60.00  –  $100.00

Bees are a smart gift and a great small business opportunity. Equipped with beekeeping supplies and beehives, beekeepers can produce 50 kilos or more of hon ...

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Chickens and Fruit Trees


A powerhouse combination of hens, roosters and fruit trees to provide two steady sources of protein and healthy vitamins. Fruit, eggs and meat can be sold a ...

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Farm Animal Fund

$20.00  –  $125.00

When you give to the Farm Animal Fund, donations are pooled together to provide farm animals such as cows, piglets, sheep and chickens that provide families ...

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Gift of the Month


Imagine your heart on a trip around the world. Giving hope. Changing lives. World Vision gifts can do this. Your Gift of the Month provides a new blessing e ...

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Help Fill a Stable

$600.00  –  $1,200.00

Break the cycle of poverty when you help fill a stable with farm animals like milk-producing goats and cows, woolly sheep, prolifically breeding pigs and ch ...

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$40.00  –  $120.00

Here’s a gift that keeps on giving! Baby pigs grow quickly and are easy to raise. One sow can produce up to 20 piglets each year to sell at market. That’ll ...

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Piglets + Chicks


The gift of baby pigs and chicks can be the beginning of something big. They’ll quicklygrow to become a steady source of food and income—and a blessing for ...

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$150.00  –  $300.00

Protein-rich milk. Warm wool for weaving. Two to three lambs a year. It’s easy to see why healthy sheep are a blessing for families in need. Item numbers: 3 ...

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Fish Farms


Help families start a new life with fish farms and fishing kits. Your gift includes items like fingerlings (young fish), food, cages, nets and training on h ...

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$200.00  –  $600.00

Few things can transform a family’s future like the incredible bounty of a cow. Her milk is a superfood for hungry children and her calves can become a herd ...

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