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COWS, GOATS, HORSES & CHICKENS:With farm animals, a family can enjoy eggs, milk, cheese and other products. They also can earn money by selling food and animal offspring. Provide a flock of chickens— $100; pair of milk goats — $100; or milk cow or water buffalo — $300. For native missionaries attempting to reach remote villages, a strong horse provides reliable transportation through mountainous terrain. The cost of a work horse is $575.


WATER WELLS: In developed countries, safe water generally requires a quick trip to the kitchen. But in many places where WME works, safe drinking water is like finding a great treasure. And water wells near WME mission areas open up the hearts of community members so we can share the love of Jesus with people who have been blessed by clean water. The cost of a well starts around $3,000 and goes up, depending on the local terrain, necessary depth and equipment available. Please consider giving the gift of water today.


TEACHING SUPPLIES/SCHOOL SUPPLIES: For teachers trying so hard to educate children in the areas where WME works, educational aids and teaching supplies are hard to obtain. With a gift of just $25, you can give a grateful teacher new materials to use in a classroom. For children from very poor families pencils, paper, books and crayons are almost impossi- ble to come by. Your gift of $25 can provide basic supplies that pave the way for a child to attend school.


Designated gifts provide for needs that may fall outside our sponsorship programs. Please consider helping us with one of these this month!


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