Give A Gift Of Food And Income To A Family In Need
You can now buy special gifts for families in need through Action Volunteer Alliance. When you purchase the gifts below we will deliver them to families who need them the most in different communities throughout Nepal and Ghana.
When you donate through AVA not only will we deliver these animals for you, we will make sure your gift keeps giving. When the families who receive these gifts start producing more animals they will donate the same amount given to them back to AVA and we will then deliver them to another family in need.
If you wish to pay by cheque please put the gift you've chosen on the memo line and send it to: Action Volunteer Alliance P.O. Box 104 Camden East Ontario K0K 1J0 Canada
To see upcoming and special projects we are fundraising for please visit our Donations page.
If you would like to donate an amount of your own choosing you may use the donation button at the bottom of this page.
All prices are in USD. We will issue a tax receipt to Canadians.
2 Hens & A Rooster
This is a wonderful gift to give a family in a developing country. 1 hen can produce up to 260 eggs a year. By giving 2 hens and a rooster not only are you providing a family with nutritious food, you are giving them a source of income to help change their lives forever.
Bag Of Rice
By donating a bag of rice you will help feed children living in orphanages. Many orphanages only have enough food to give the children 1 meal a day. Donating a bag of rice will help keep children healthy and provide up to 65 meals. No child should be hungry.
Give the gift of a goat. Goats are easy to take care of, they eat grass and leaves which make them affordable for people to raise and they breed easily. Goats provide families with meat, milk, yogurt and cheese to keep them healthy and can be used as a source of income to make an incredible difference in their lives.
Help Rebuild Nepal
On April 25, 2015 a devastating earthquake shook Nepal. It killed almost 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake leveled entire villages leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. Now we must help the victims rebuild their country, homes and lives.