Please consider a donation… and make a difference in the lives of many:
$50 Provides one agronomic training to a smallholder group of 40+ farmers!
$100 Provides agricultural education curriculum to one instructor to use in their class!
$1,000 Provides an orphan home center with a drip irrigation system to support the practical application of their agricultural class lessons, as well as provide the home with an additional food supply.
$2,000 Provides funding for a Subject Matter Expert to provide extension services to smallholder farmers and children’s homes for one year.
$4,000 Provides funding for four new smallholder groups to receive finance and agriscience training!
2019 Goal: $100,000
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Field of Hope 8805 Chambery Blvd, Suite 300-225 Johnston, IA 50131 USA
Field of Hope is a platform for families, friends, and other interested people to support agricultural development by funding projects and volunteering in areas that are in need.
Field of Hope is a non-profit public charity exempt from federal income tax as an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions to Field of Hope are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
As a public charity, the Organization serves all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender.
We consider your financial support a symbol of your trust in us. The Field of Hope Board covers 100% of our overhead, which means 100% of your donation is applied to our programs. We promise to use all resources in the most efficient and cost-effective ways possible.
There are numerous orphan care centers in the developing world for children whose parents have died from HIV/AIDS and other diseases. We are working to build agricultural capability with the owners of these centers. We are also working to give older orphans training, experience, and competency for future job skills. Please help us provide irrigation systems and training for orphan care centers!
Many parts of the world, including Northern Uganda, have suffered through numerous insurgencies over the years. Agricultural production is far below the world average. We have conducted agricultural training sessions with farmers and students to build competency and capabilities to close this production gap. Your dollars can help us train more farmers on appropriate farming techniques.
While the FOH Board currently has several John Deere employees and retirees, Field of Hope is completely separate and receives no funding from Deere & Company.
FOH resources come totally from personal contributions. All expenses are with FOH funds.