A Gift That Keeps Giving

Are you struggling with gift ideas this Christmas? Why not give the gift that keeps giving? The gift of livestock can provide an individual and/or family with much needed income, improved health, a family garden, and so much more. It is a gift that will last for years to come.

John Kamau

John Kamau is a 55-year-old widower. John is in ailing health, with no strength for any other economic activity.

John was blessed to receive a livestock donation from The 410 Bridge Christmas Livestock Program. The goat will help improve John’s health from its milk and provide manure for a small kitchen garden from which John will get his groceries.

Give the gift of livestock this holiday season. Your gift changes lives.

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