Bóthar the animal aid agency are trying to make a final push for much needed funding this Christmas to airlift cows to Rwanda in January.
Jim Gavin the Dublin county football manager joined Bothar in October of this year to promote the work of the charity and just how big of a difference the charity makes to farmers in third world conditions.
Gavin has stayed commited to the project and was on a farm in Wicklow last week to help promote further awareness.
Bóthar was established in Limerick in 1991 and has went on to help farmers in over 35 countries around the world. It is a unique charity.
The January airlift animals will be delivered to Rwanda to widows who lost family in the 1994 genocide that happened there.
If you’d like to help Bóthar this holiday season you can make a donation here.