Two Chickens And A Goat
MY NAME IS SELAH
I'm almost 9 years old and I love to draw and write poems. I have been making cards to give to friends and family members since I was 5. With the help of my sister Anna, I started selling cards because I wanted to help kids in other countries. For the past four years, I have taken some of my money and have given it to World Vision to buy things for kids and families in other countries that don't have the things that I have. I have only been able to buy small things because I haven't had a lot of money. This time, I want to buy something that I think will really help. For every card purchased, I want to put one dollar toward buying a family 2 chickens and a goat. I hope I can buy goats and chickens for lots of families.
With a pair of chickens and a goat, we can provide a steady supply of eggs and milk to feed kids and help families. World Vision has paired these animals so we can give 2 or more struggling families a gift they’ll never forget.
A dairy goat can give up to 16 cups of milk a day. Goat’s milk is easier to digest than cow’s milk and is an really good source of calcium, and protein that helps kids grow.
Chickens are really easy to raise and will naturally multiply to impact generations of children. Each family that receives chickens is asked to give back hatched chicks to help another family in need.