Family Chicken Farm Partnership (One-time Gift)

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  • Regular price $900.00


Paula is a chicken farmer in El Salvador who worked with ENLACE to start and then expand her business.

Your partnership with ENLACE's Chicken Farm Business Program is much more than giving farmers chickens and coops! Your contribution enables ENLACE to provide training, technical assistance, and inputs (chicks, feed, materials, etc.) over a three-year period to help farmers start and grow successful chicken businesses.

 

Choose From Two Partnership Options:

FARM FRIEND PARTNERSHIP

Geared towards an individual, couple, or family that wants to walk alongside one or more farmers.

  • Welcome Packet (full program description, community profiles, farmer stories and photos, and more)
  • Email updates on farming families and communities
  • Prayer Support Guides that focus on specific issues facing farming communities in Central America
  • ENLACE’s Annual Report (printed & digital)
  • Zoom invitations to Live Q&A events with staff and farmers in Central America
  • Special EnlaceMarketplace.com access to seasonal fine art gratitude gifts designed especially for supporters of this program
  • Annual gratitude gifts from EnlaceMarketplace.com designed to help you celebrate all the amazing changes that your partnership has brought to families in Central America

FLOCK PARTNERSHIP

Get your flock together! Create a group composed of multiple families, colleagues, or friends to sponsor one or more farms together. 

  • Welcome Packet (full program description, community profiles, farmer stories and photos, and more)
  • Email updates on farming families and communities
  • ENLACE’s Annual Report
  • Prayer Support Guides that focus on specific issues facing farming communities in Central America
  • Zoom invitations to Live Q&A events with staff and local farmers in Central America
  • Annual chicken-themed gratitude gifts from EnlaceMarketplace.com designed to help you celebrate together all the amazing changes that your partnership has brought to families in Central America