Best Christmas catalogue on Earth. Buy a goat for a family in need overseas!

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imageIf you don’t get the World Vision Christmas Catalogue in the mail this year (and you won’t unless you’ve donated to World Vision), then get online and use the online version, even though it’s not nearly as fun. 

It’s the best Christmas Catalogue anywhere. 

The items are mostly things like:

Item 1412 – $40 (Canadian)


Provide food and more

—for growing girls and boys…

Pigs make plump and perfect presents
People love pigs! They’re a great source of protein , and provide “natural” fertilizer for gardens.  One plump, healthy pig can forage for scraps around the farm and can gain at least a kilo a week.  And a breeding sow can produce a litter of piglets every year, which families can take to market and earn extra income .  Three piglets is a precious gift that can help a family launch a small, thriving business and become self-sufficient .


World Vision strives to help people get a leg up in impoverished places, most importantly, and help families become self-reliantself-sufficient.  They try to encourage folks to start their own little businesses

(Hello conservatives!)

** 2 hens and a rooster?  $50. (“Up to 150 eggs a year explain why a set of breeding chickens and a rooster is our most popular gift, year after year.  Two hens and a rooster are the beginning of a fantastic flock that can provide a healthy source of protein and steady income for years to come.  What a perfect way to help a struggling family feed their children and achieve self-reliance !”).

** A goat is $100.  (“One hearty goat can produce up to 350 litres of nutritious milk…”)

** Rabbits?  Two fer $35.  (“One female bunny can produce up to 20 baby bunnies a year… Give 2 or even 4 rabbits to provide an easy,  income-generating opportunity .  The needy families,  the bunny business is a bountiful thing .”)

You can also buy fruit trees (”…For the family you help with this gift, money truly can grow on trees!”); “harvest packs” of seeds and tools; and much more. 

This is what makes me love Christmas. 


Do yourself a favor and send them some cash, get the catalogue sent to you in the mail, and sit around as a family or with friends or whatever, and send something fantastic.  (Like a whole stable of animals for $1200!)  They even have a “catalogue kit” for groups that you can request online.  Go look!


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