Heifer In The News

Mount Olive Dinner to Benefit Heifer International

Mount Olive Chronicle

A pasta dinner and silent auction will be hosted by the Mount Olive Robotics Team from 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28, at Mount Olive High School. The proceeds will benefit Heifer International.

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Morgan Township Elementary Named National Blue Ribbon Winners


Kindergarteners at Morgan Township Elementary School were among the students raising money for Heifer International in the spring. The school was named a National Blue Ribbon School on Tuesday.

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The Pumpkin Patch @ Tallahassee Heights UMC

Tally Connection

The proceeds from each pumpkin sold at The Pumpkin Patch at Tallahassee Heights UMC in Florida support the next year’s patch and more importantly, go to various missions around the world, including Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Heifer International, our sister church in Cienfuegos, Cuba, Soloman’s Porch, The Shelter, Teen Challenge, Samaritan’s Purse, and A Woman’s Pregnancy Center.

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Michelle Stafford and Nadia Bjorlin Support Beyond Hunger: A Place at the Table

Daytime Confidential

Former The Young and the Restless star Michelle Stafford and former Days of Our Lives star Nadia Bjorlin were among the women who turned out to support Beyond Hunger: A Place at the Table on September 15. The charity event, held at the Montage Beverly Hills Hotel, helps empower women around the world.

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The Band Perry Storms the Airwaves

Got Country Online

The Band Perry also performed at the 2nd Annual “Beyond Hunger: A Place At the Table” – a fundraiser to help end world hunger and poverty –honoring Academy Award winning actress Susan Sarandon and hosted by Heifer International.

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Heifer Supporter Patrick Rothfuss New Dumbledore's Army Recruit

The Harry Potter Alliance

We’re not only huge fanboys/girls of Pat’s work as a writer, but we also consider him to be a contemporary in the field of fan activism. Pat has created his own non-profit called Worldbuilders and, over the past five years, they’ve united fantasy and sci-fi geeks to raise over 2 million dollars for Heifer International.

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Tech Students to Participate in Alternative Spring Break

Arkansas Tech University News and Information

Several Arkansas Tech University students will have the opportunity to serve others this spring as part of two Alternative Spring Break experiences offered by Arkansas Tech. Some Tech students will travel to Nashville, Tennessee to serve, while others will have the opportunity to experience the Heifer International Global Village in Perryville, Arkansas.

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Field Trip to Heifer Farm


Milking a goat is kind of weird and cool at the same time. It has an awkward warm sensation.Before milking a goat everybody bleached their hands because it would keep the goat from getting infected and if someone on accident touched the milk it wouldn’t go bad.

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Group Plans to Grow Organic Farm at Site of Former NLR Orphanage


A historic orphanage in North Little Rock that has been largely vacant for more than a decade is returning to the roots of its mission through a transformation into an organic farm to serve nearby communities. The idea of teaching people to farm in their communities developed in part from Heifer International's new Seeds of Change program, in which the organization's U.S. programs director, Perry Jones, and staff members help beginning farmers get access to land and teach them how to farm, which creates jobs and food.

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Main Street Food Truck Festival in Little Rock planned for Oct. 5

THV 11

The 2013 downtown Main Street Food Truck Festival in Little Rock will span four city blocks offering street eats from 25 food trucks and food carts, craft selections from 25 Etsy Little Rock vendors, local bands and musicians, a Heifer International Children's Plaza, street performers and three well stocked beer gardens selling the coldest brew in town!

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