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Plant With Purpose

Plant With Purpose is a Christian international development organization that transforms lives in rural areas around the world where poverty and environmental degradation intersect. They equip impoverished farming families to change their circumstances, provide for their children, and live with God-given hope and dignity. Their programs focus on sustainable agriculture training, land restoration, savings-led microfinance, church mobilization, and local leadership development. Plant With Purpose is currently empowering 200,000 rural farmers to grow out of poverty in the following countries: Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Thailand, Burundi, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Contact: Valerie Foulkes
plantwithpurpose.org

Ways to Serve:
- Learn about the complex relationship between rural poverty and environmental degradation through Plant With Purpose’snewsletter and other resources. Become an advocate for the rural poor who comprise 85 percent of the poorest people in the world.
- Join a Vision Trip to witness how God is transforming the lives of the rural poor, see first-hand how the most degraded landscapes can be renewed, and be an encouragement to partnering communities and local staff.
- Invite Plant With Purpose to speak to your small group and learn how you can Sponsor a Village together or become Purpose Partners to end rural poverty.

Ways to Pray:
- Email Valerie to signup for the monthly prayer letter, joining Plant With Purpose’s 200+ local staff plus supporters as they pray for each other. You will receive prayer requests and praises directly from each of the country programs on the first Friday of the month