Every Sunday we will highlight some of the people who are funding our work creatively or helping us spread the word of our mission online. If you spot Heifer International while you’re surfing the web or know of a fun or creative fundraising effort, please share it with us here in the comments.
The Friends of the Cohasset Library will donate $1 to Heifer International for every book log submitted to their summer reading program. You can sign up at www.cohassetlibrary.org and help fight hunger and poverty while enjoying a good book!
Michaela Gaziano attended InterAction’s Best Practices and Innovation Initiative‘s award ceremony, which is aimed at sharing success stories and recognizing organizations that effectively build local capacity in countries around the world. Heifer International and Mercy Corps won for work in promoting sustainable energy. Thanks for the mention!
Kelly Barner uses the Heifer International model in this post, We Come Bearing ‘Bred Heifers’ on Buyer & Supplier Magazine’s website, as a great example of procurement, relationship building and value growing. We agree!
Bikers ride for the 17th time in the Nebraska United Methodist Bike for Hunger event that benefits Heifer International along with three other organizations. Riders from as far away as Hawaii and Saskatchewan came to join the four-day tour.
Congratulations to Katie Harunk, president of the Heifer Club at Rolling Hills Preparatory School, who was one of 12 local teens chosen for the Teen Service Award by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating Council.