Gifts That Give Back

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Giving Tuesday is a global movement which has turned the Tuesday after Thanksgiving (November 29) into a day devoted to giving back. On Giving Tuesday, any gift given to World Vision makes twice the impact thanks to a donation from Thirty-One Gifts. The company will match every donation to World Vision on November 29th with up to $2 million in products such as apparel, thermals and totes for families in need around the world.

Goats:

  • For $75, one goat can help lift a family out of poverty by providing life-saving nutrients for their children and a source of income often for ten years or more
  • One healthy goat can give up to 16 cups of milk a day
  • Families can sell the surplus milk, yogurt and cheese to buy essentials like medicine and school supplies for their children
  • A healthy goat can produce 2 offspring a year which are often shared with neighbors making a better life for the whole village
  • Goats also provide rich fertilizer for a family’s garden

Rabbits:

  • There are many gifts under $25 less than the price of a tshirt like rabbits
  • $19 for rabbits which quickly multiply are a great business for families

Donkey:

  • For a $322 donation you can give a donkey which is a wonderful gift, that can transport products to market or help carry a sick child to a hospital.