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CSRL Uganda Livestock Integration Program

$30,595
152%
Raised toward our $20,000 Goal
80 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 28, at 10:00 AM CST
Project Owners

Matching Funds

First $10k matched 1:1

$10,000

Dec 31, 2018

Anonymous

$50

Dec 27, 2018

Tim

Kolschowsky

$50

Dec 26, 2018

Luke

Houberg

$25

Dec 24, 2018

Tim

Kolschowsky

$100

Dec 21, 2018

Dorothy

Masinde

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 21, 2018

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 20, 2018

Gail, Brian, Kristin & Mark, Eric & Brandie

Nonnecke

$500

Dec 19, 2018

Phillip

David

$250

Dec 18, 2018

Jack and Sue

Dekkers

$1,000

Dec 17, 2018

Alan and Joanne

Goldman

$250

Dec 17, 2018

Jane, David, Rob, Katherine, Pete

Acker

$500

Dec 17, 2018

steve

heller

$100

Dec 15, 2018

Max and Denise

Rothschild

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 15, 2018

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Robert. J. Cull Revocable Trust

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 14, 2018

Jim & Debby

Krillenberger

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 13, 2018

daniel

rothschild

$30

Dec 12, 2018

ROSEMARY

BULYABA

$100

Dec 11, 2018

Moez

Mangalji

$1,500

Dec 10, 2018

Wendy Wintersteen & Robert Waggoner

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 10, 2018

Kim

Lynch

$100

Dec 07, 2018

Carla

Ward

$200

Dec 07, 2018

Mark

Boggess

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 06, 2018

Michael

Kolschowsky

$100

Dec 04, 2018

Wendy

Goodman

$25

Nov 30, 2018

Tracy and Jim

Reecy

$300

Nov 29, 2018

Roger

Winterhof

$250

Nov 28, 2018

Randy

Renze

$500

Nov 28, 2018

barbara

molter

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 28, 2018

Rachel

Kolschowsky

$100

Nov 28, 2018

Sarah & Luke

Houberg

$250

Nov 28, 2018

Jeff & Abbie

Carneke - Smith

$200

Nov 28, 2018

Joshua

OConnell

$100

Nov 28, 2018

Hunter

Oconnell

$100

Nov 28, 2018

David Will & Ben

Kolschowsky

$300

Nov 28, 2018

Gerald & Karen

Kolschowsky

$250

Nov 28, 2018

Dawneen

Suriano

$50

Nov 27, 2018

Muhammed

Walugembe

$50

Nov 27, 2018

Harry & Deb

Dahm

$100

Nov 25, 2018

Nasimiyu

Masinde

$50

Nov 25, 2018

Julia

Scott

$100

Nov 23, 2018

Corinne

Bair

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 23, 2018

Shirley

Kuhlka

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 23, 2018

DANIEL

GIANOLA

$50

Nov 22, 2018

Donald

Timm

$250

Nov 22, 2018

Richard

Bundy

$2,500

Nov 21, 2018

Jack

Bettencourt

$100

Nov 21, 2018

Denise

Bjelland

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 20, 2018

Susan

Lamont

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 19, 2018

Tim

Baltz

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 19, 2018

Miranda

Barfuss

$50

Nov 19, 2018

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 19, 2018

Jill

Pruetz

$50

Nov 19, 2018

Phil

Delaney

$250

Nov 19, 2018

Kristin

McMillan

$25

Nov 19, 2018

Clifford

Bergman

$50

Nov 18, 2018

Peter

Davies

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 18, 2018

Anonymous

$50

Nov 18, 2018

Sherri

Roben

$25

Nov 18, 2018

sandra

mcshan

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 17, 2018

Kwan Suk

Kim

$100

Nov 17, 2018

Anonymous

$100

Nov 16, 2018

Kate

Greenberg

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 16, 2018

Natasha

Smith-Walker

$50

Nov 16, 2018

Stuart

Strahl

$1,000

Nov 16, 2018

Jeffrey

Keeley

$800

Nov 16, 2018

Anonymous

$10

Nov 15, 2018

Ernest

Bailey

$50

Nov 15, 2018

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 15, 2018

Anonymous

$100

Nov 15, 2018

Richard

Marston

$50

Nov 15, 2018

Anonymous

$250

Nov 15, 2018

Curtis

Youngs

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 15, 2018

DON & HOLLY

BEERMANN

$3,000

Nov 15, 2018

Carol

Warner

$100

Nov 15, 2018

Anonymous

$25

Nov 15, 2018

David

Rothschild

$100

Nov 15, 2018

David

Rothschild

$300

Nov 15, 2018

Scott & Leslie

Newman

$250

Nov 15, 2018

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 15, 2018
Levels
Choose a giving level

$10

First Comes The Egg

Contribute funds to buy 8 chicks to help a small farmer get a quick start. This donation combined with others will help supply chicks to replace older birds after they have quit laying.

$25

Help Carry the Load

Jerry cans are ubiquitous to Uganda as well as many other African countries. They are used to store and transport just about any kind of liquid. In the case of the ISU Livestock Integration Project, they are utilized for fetching water for chickens, pigs, goats and cows to help them grow and produce.

$50

Rain Water Collection

Catching rain water is one way to get water for daily household use and it saves many hours of time from fetching and hauling it back from the borehole. A small system of rain gutters and a small barrel can catch 1-2 days of water after a rain.

$100

It's Only Chicken Feed

Feed (at times) is quite expensive for chicken or pig operations. One hundred dollars will help pay for a significant amount of feed to help at the school poultry unit or for a group of women farmers.

$250

Education, The Path To Success

Help train 20 farmers in better ways to manage their livestock. This gift provides for transportation and a full day of training to improve livestock production and marketing.

$300

Help Someone Get Their Goat

Goat farming is one way to get farmers on the path to economic security. Buying a goat also requires building an enclosure and vaccinating the goat and treating it routinely to avoid parasites. This funding will start one farmer on his or her path to sustainable food production.

$800

Little Piggy Went To Market

In Uganda, pork is in higher demand than any other animal source food. However, starting a pig farm requires more than a few pigs. Initial feed, vaccinations and a biosecure shelter helps pigs to get a good start. Once pigs are doing well they can be sold to pay for school fees, buy food and supplies for the household, or to pay for doctor bills. This money will start one farmer on the path to economic success.

$1,000

No More Hauling Water!

Building an above ground water tank to catch rain in the rainy season alleviates the need to carry water for livestock or the household for several months. This allows children to stay in school and gives women more time for their families, their gardens, and other activities.

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