Donate Equipment

Do you have these sitting on your farm?

Tractors, Four-wheelers, Front-end loaders, Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Seed drills, Traditional seed drills, Broadcast seeders, Agricultural Mowers, Rakes, Manure spreaders.

We will pick up your big equipment from any location; However, for small equipment you have to be located in New Jersey for us to pickup.

Just contact us for a pickup. 

You can follow online, and see your equipment in use by local farmers in Burkina Faso. 


Fill out a Donation Form

Fill out our online form to donate your equipment

We'll call you to arrange a free pickup time.

We will arrange to pick up your equipment at a time and day convenient for you.

We tow your equipment, and you get a tax deduction.

We will keep you updated with what is going on with the family receiving your equipment.


Step 1: Tell us about your equipment


Fill out our online form to donate your equipment.
Step 2: Arrange a free pickup time


You’ll receive our phone call within 48 hours. During that call we will arrange to pick up your equipment at a day and time that is convenient for you. Our drivers are flexible with timing.
Step 3: We Tow your equipment


Our tower arrives to pick up your equipment. Your equipment will be shipped to Africa and donated to a  farmer and his family in rural areas to help them move from traditional farming to a more sustainable one.

You are done!

Wait 2-4 weeks and then check your mail. You’ll receive your tax deductible receipt that you need for filing your taxes.


Step 4: You can follow online to see how your equipment is being used

We will upload pictures of our farmers using the equipment and each equipment will be listed with its origin, to show you that we are forever grateful. 

Why is your help important?


According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, Africa has less than two tractors per 1000 ha of cropland. 70% of the farmers cultivate parcels of less than two hectares by hoe.


Most smallholder farmers in Africa grow a mix of crops using traditional farming methods, rely on saved seeds and those purchased from local sources, and use little by way of external inputs, such as synthetic fertilizers.


Their struggles are typical. Pests perpetually threaten their family’s food security and the small income they earn from selling part of their harvest. 


Rather than sending money, we collect your donated equipment and deliver it and train rural farmers to use it.  

Your used farming equipment along with our training will help solve this problem. 


Mechanization can help unlock underutilized agricultural potential. Our challenge at FarmSahel is to come up with ways that enable smallholder-farmers who can’t afford to buy their own equipment to access equipment like tractors.