Chickens (Corporate gift)

£10.00

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Give chickens, and training to look after them, and you’re giving a family a little egg factory that will produce chicks for rearing into other chickens or provide income to pay for essentials. Low-maintenance and high-yielding, these vaccinated little cluckers are going to help a local family feed, thrive and survive.

This gift supports our Making a Living (ML) projects.

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About this item

Give chickens, and training to look after them, and you’re giving a family a little egg factory that will produce chicks for rearing into other chickens or provide income to pay for essentials. Low-maintenance and high-yielding, these vaccinated little cluckers are going to help a local family feed, thrive and survive.

This gift supports our Making a Living (ML) projects.

Delivery & returns

All gifts are sent by 1st class post within 2 working days of when you place your order.  An optional delivery contribution of £1.80  per order for deliveries within the UK will be suggested during checkout, to help us cover costs. You can pay the suggested amount, increase or decrease your contribution, or pay nothing at all. You choose.

If you're in a hurry you can also send a gift e-card, at no extra cost, which you can choose to have sent immediately or on a date set by you.

Please note that Oxfam Unwrapped gifts count as a donation, so our no quibble returns policy does not apply, and under Charity Commission rules, we are unable to give you a refund.

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When you buy an Oxfam Unwrapped gift you can be confident that the real gift will be sent to where it's needed most.   

We will send you (or your friend or family member if you prefer) a gift card that tells them what they've been bought and how it will help to improve someone's life.  You can add little extras during checkout, which are posted at the same time, or choose to send an e-card.

You'll be given the opportunity to personalise your gift card or E-card during checkout and specify your delivery details. 


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Chickens (Corporate gift)

In December 2008, the women and young people of Cap Rouge in Haïti found a new way to keep themselves out of poverty by playing chicken.Oxfam bought 300 laying hens, feed, hen houses, a mini farm and all the husbandry training and vet support necessary to establish a chicken colony – meaning plenty of nest eggs for the 'plucky' local people in Cap Rouge and La Montagne, Haiti. Providing feathered friends to vulnerable villagers helped communities to develop sustainable livelihoods, with the bonus of supporting the wider community by strengthening local organisations, and increasing the production of food locally. It's amazing what you can get out of a chicken, isn't it?