Your Donation Makes an Impact

In 2015 alone, Land O'Lakes International Development's impact was substantial*:

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175,881

Clients assisted
through 15 projects

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3,726

Jobs Created

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$44,341,925

Revenue of assisted enterprises

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11,662

Hectares of land under improved farm management

*Based on internal monitoring and evaluation data.

How we allocate our expenses*

 
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chart showing 85% direct project support
 

*Based on audited financials.
2015 rate was 11% and target rate for 2016 is 15%.

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Thank you for your generous donation! Your support will help promote a better quality of life and increased food security for farmers around the world. Donations through our website will be made in support of the Land O'Lakes International Development Fund, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission it is to enhance Land O'Lakes International Development initiatives by providing complementary financial resources and tools to promote well-being and economic security.

All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. No goods or services were provided for this gift. Please consult your tax adviser regarding specific questions about your donation.
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