Add a splash of fun to your kitchen!

This 100% cotton tea towel features the Send a Cow logo and a beautiful chicken design by surface pattern designer, Jo Kalute. Growing up in Kenya, Jo was inspired by the patterns and textures found in traditional textiles and this is reflected in her beautiful work today.

Size: 78cm x 48cm, hemmed on two sides

Please note – ‘Sustainable Product’ items are only available to customers in the UK.

  • When you buy a gift from Send a Cow, you’re making a vital donation to help families develop their own solutions so they can grow a better future including tools, livestock and training. Your gift is spent wherever the need is greatest across the countries we work in, making a huge difference to the lives of families living in some of the poorest regions of rural Africa.
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Add a splash of fun to your kitchen!

This 100% cotton tea towel features the Send a Cow logo and a beautiful chicken design by surface pattern designer, Jo Kalute. Growing up in Kenya, Jo was inspired by the patterns and textures found in traditional textiles and this is reflected in her beautiful work today.

Size: 78cm x 48cm, hemmed on two sides

Please note – ‘Sustainable Product’ items are only available to customers in the UK.

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Sylvia, Uganda

Send a Cow gave me the knowledge and skills to grow all the crops you can seearound me. And to be mindful of ‘food first’. Where you saw the maize, that used to be sugar cane. In its place we have grown sweet potatoes, maize, beans, soya beans, and avocados.

Sylvia, Uganda
  • When you buy a gift from Send a Cow, you’re making a vital donation to help families develop their own solutions so they can grow a better future including tools, livestock and training. Your gift is spent wherever the need is greatest across the countries we work in, making a huge difference to the lives of families living in some of the poorest regions of rural Africa.
How it works
Sylvia, Uganda

Send a Cow gave me the knowledge and skills to grow all the crops you can seearound me. And to be mindful of ‘food first’. Where you saw the maize, that used to be sugar cane. In its place we have grown sweet potatoes, maize, beans, soya beans, and avocados.

Sylvia, Uganda