At Vapor’s center in Togoville, Togo, our indigenous staff operates a chicken farm as a part of our efforts to use micro businesses to provide jobs, agricultural development, economic development, sustainable food sources, and income to Vapor Ministries.
These chickens lay eggs which are sold for revenue, which offsets the costs of feeding and housing them, before the remainder becomes Vapor’s profit.
For $18, you can provide the food needed to support one of these birds for one year, meaning that each egg provided by that bird is pure profit to Vapor.
Vapor Ministries shall have the power to modify any restriction or condition on the distribution of funds for any specified charitable purposes or to specified organizations if, in the sole judgment of Vapor Ministries (without the approval of any trustee, custodian, or agent), such restriction or condition becomes, in effect, unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment, or inconsistent with the strategic direction or charitable needs of the community or area served. Restricted funds contributed to specific purposes may be applied against either forthcoming or recently incurred expenditures in the area of restriction.