Heifer Makes Commitment at CGI Annual Meeting

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof (left) greets Heifer International President and CEO Pierre Ferrari at the announcement of Heifer's $18.7 million Haiti commitment during the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York. We got

Heifer in Haiti: A Little Patience

Image by Geoff Oliver Bugbee Story by Katya Cengel In 2008, Francois Jean Renel received a beautiful chocolate brown cow from Heifer International. “I named her Patience because I have a lot of patience with her,” he said through a

Heifer in Haiti: Building Up the Mountain

Marie Jeanne Louissaint and her daughters are happy to trade their old, quake-damaged thatch-roof home for the sturdy new one that Heifer built. Story by Katya Cengel Images by Geoff Oliver Bugbee It takes an hour to reach the community of Ivoire

Heifer in Haiti: The Real Catch

Video by Geoff Oliver BugbeeWriting, narration by Katya Cengel Learn about Heifer International's innovative projects in Haiti this week as our World Ark team travels the entire country, south to north, to visit projects to help build a

Weekend Article Roundup

Heifer's mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and to care for the Earth. This week's articles reflect the our mission by showing that food security and poverty are major topics of discussion.  The U.S. Census Bureau

This Weekend: Clean Up the World

Clean up the World is an annual, global campaign in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme to inspire and empower communities to clean up, fix up and conserve their environment. It's this weekend, and groups from all over the

The People's Farmers Markets

You know the scene: women in yoga pants cruise between tables of heirloom tomatoes, and couples walking their miniature dogs load canvas bags with local produce while a street musician hammers away on steel drums. You can find scenes like this