Christmas Fayre 2019
Some of the money raised was used to transform lives
What a catch! This gift of fast-growing and easy-to-farm fish will net a poor family a long-term source of nutritious food and help them scale up their business. This gift provides 500 fish and the tools and training needed to build a pond and maintain a fish farm.
Help a Llama Farmer
Help a farmer grow enough food to feed a llama all year round. Llamas are three gifts in one – providing farming families with wool for clothing, manure for boosting crops and an important safety net in time of need.
The Goat that Gives
Not only does the gift of a goat provide a family with up to 12 pints of milk a week – which they can drink or sell – it also produces free fertiliser which they can use to help grow crops.
This brilliant gift can help a young woman learn a new skill. Becoming a seamstress can open up a whole world of possibilities to someone whose education was cut short – sowing the seeds to a brighter future by providing more self-confidence as well as a steady income.
This gift provides chickens, along with training to help look after them, so poor families can produce eggs to eat and sell.
St Helen's had a special visitor today,
MP Stephanie Peacock.
She was very impressed with our